Organic

Bat Guano

OMRI Listed
OMRI Listed
Bat Guano

A high-in-nitrogen guano that is harvested in accordance with all wildlife preservation rules.

  • Excellent source of the three major plant essential nutrients
  • Nitrogen is present in both readily available and slow release forms
  • Traditional plant food suitable for flowers, vegetables, perennials, and fruit trees
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Just a reminder…Gardening can be a dirty business! We recommend using gardening gloves and washing your hands afterwards. Use with adult supervision and store in a dry area away from kids and pets.

  1. Apply Whitney Farms® Organic Bat Guano
  2. Mix into soil
  3. Water

How much to apply

TypeAmountFrequency
Vegetables, annual flowers, and perennialsNew planting 1/2 cup in bottom of hole. Surface application: 1 1/3 tbsp. per sq. ft. (1 ft. x 1 ft.) HINT: For larger areas, apply 1/3 cup per 4 sq. ft. (2 ft. x 2 ft.) or 4 cups per 50 sq. ft. (5 ft. x 10 ft.)Feed at planting and reapply in 6 weeks. Once blooms have begun to form, switch to Whitney Farms(R) Organic & Natural Tomato & Vegetable Food.
Roses, trees, and shrubsNew roses & shrubs: 2 cups per 16 sq. ft. area for new plantings. New trees: 1 to 2 cups in the planting hole plus 1 cup per 3 ft. of height. Established roses, trees, and shrubs: 1 cup for every 2 ft. of height.Feed in Spring after first growth begins. When blossoms form, switch to Whitney Farms(R) Organic & Natural Rose & Flower Food.
Container plants1 tbsp. per gal. of soil in pot. Hint A standard 6 in. pot holds 1/2 gal., a 12 in. pot holds 3 1/2 gal.Apply every 6 weeks during intial growth phase, then switch to Whitney Farms(R) Organic & Natural All Purpose Plant Food.

How to mix

For new plantings: Work plant food into the garden bed at a depth of 6 to 8 in. by digging or tilling. For larger plants and shrubs, mix fertilizer into soil around root ball.

For established plants: Carefully work fertilizer in the soil around the plant. Avoid piling fertilizer against the stem or trunk.

Tips

Containers: When choosing a container, pick one that has a drainage hole. Find a clear or matching saucer to catch any excess water.

For success: Regular feeding promotes big, strong plants with colorful blooms and bountiful harvests.

Don’t overfeed. Overfeeding can be as harmful as underfeeding. Feeding too much can cause weak growth to become susceptible to pests and diseases. Different plants have different plant food needs – find out what your plant prefers and keep a regular schedule.

Harvesting: As a guano product, we recommend a harvest interval when this product is used with edible plants. For root crops, apply the product early and wait 4 months to harvest. For other plants that edible portions are above ground, such as tomatoes, wait at least 3 months to harvest. Always make sure to thoroughly wash edibles before you enjoy them!

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Bat Guano

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This is not the product label. Always read and follow the product label before use.

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