What is Azomite? Should it be used for the man obeying God?

I wanted to gather a few sites for my readers concerning a God made product, Like DMSO, that may have major benefits for the health of men and women.

I bought my Azomite from a gal named Kim who runs a site called: wheatgrasskits.com

I endorse and agree that this site is good and the girl running it is dealing properly with people who buy from her:

http://www.wheatgrasskits.com/azomite.htm

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Azomite Organic Trace Mineral Fertilizer

An Organic Fertilizer full of Minerals & Trace Elements
  • OMRI Listed
  • Available in 12 Oz. 2, 10 & 44 lb quantities
  • Rich in over 60 trace minerals
  • Great as an all purpose fertilizer

Azomite is the name of a special rock in Utah. Early this century geological prospector Rollin Anderson found deposits of montmorillonite clay in a valley south of Salt Lake City. U.S. Bureau of Mines analysis showed the clay is similar to Chilean/Peruvian caliche rocks from which much of the world’s nitrate was mined. Anderson ground montmorillonite as fine as possible, then put it in his garden. Results were amazing and nearly immediate. Minerals in Azomite Organic Fertilizer are necessary to optimal metabolism in living things. Ground to dust, trace minerals are small enough to pass through cell walls of organisms.

Wheatgrass Usage: ¼ cup per 21” x 11” tray 

Potted plants: Mix 1 teaspoon per 2 inch pot diameter with potting soil before planting. Give 1 teaspoon quarterly thereafter.

Azomite Trace Mineral Fertilizer is natural mined rock from a specific volcanic deposit in central Utah marketed as a free-flowing, less than 200 mesh, tan to pink powder with a density of 48 lbs./cubic foot. No additives, synthetics or fillers. Mineralogically, Azomite is rhyolitic tuff breccia. Azomite has 67 major and trace elements, so its name means “A to Z Of Minerals Including Trace Elements.” Typical analysis shows every element that’s beneficial to plants and animals, and other elements (micro-nutrients) scientists believe essential. Azomite was mined since 1942 as soil amendment. Crop farmers report improved growth, health, size. Potatoes report 19-60% increase in yield; sugar beets are larger, with higher sugar content. Citrus growers report improved recovery from decline, healthier trees. In 1988 Peak Minerals, Inc. acquired the deposit and initiated accredited research in Colorado, Utah, Florida, and Georgia. Azomite is listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) for use in organic production.

Free shipping on 44 LB Bulk Bag.

AZOMITE TRACE MINERAL FERTILIZER APPLICATION RATES

AZOMITE should be applied with compost, humus, or other fertilizers to provide additional levels of nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium.

Field Crops:

Generally apply 500 lbs of Azomite trace mineral fertilizer initially followed by an annual maintenance level of 200 lbs per acre.

Vegetables and Flowers:

Use when preparing the soil at the rate of 1 lb of Azomite per 10 sq ft. If in rows, mix with the seed or starter plant and apply at a rate of 1 lb of Azomite per 25 ft of row. If bed is established, sprinkle around each plant.

Citrus and Other Trees:

Soil pH should be 6.5 or lower. Apply azomite annually to all trees on ground surface under the drip line at rate of 1 to 5 pounds, dep. of tree size. Double application for decline or blight stricken trees.

Grapes, Roses and Shrubs:

Apply 1/2 to 1 lb to the soil around each vine or bush and lightly till into soil.

Lawns:

For new lawns, mix 1 lb per 10 sq ft of seed bed. For established lawns, broadcast 1 lb per 30 sq ft before watering.

House Plants:

Mix 1 teaspoon azomite mineral fertilizer per 1 inch pot diameter with potting soil before planting. Give 1 teaspoon azomite quarterly thereafter.

 

 

This site is some question answered about what is Azomite:  http://www.azomite.com/faq.html

 

 

 

 

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