BIOMAX™ Composted Cattle Manure
C-I-L® BIOMAX™ Composted Cattle Manure is a source of organic nutrients that help ensure plant growth while complementing our natural environment. Use this organic, naturally composted plant food to feed all your plants. Easy to handle, odorless, non-burning and weed-free. Alive with beneficial bacteria and organic matter, this growing medium helps revive the soil and promotes healthy growth.
- How to use
- Natural plant food
- Revitalizes and conditions soils
- Encourages plant growth
Role of NPK
Nitrogen (N): Promotes vigorous growth of foliage and stems and improves yield.
Phosphorus (P2O5): Promotes root growth and stimulates flowering.
Potash (K2O): Increases stem strength and plays an important role in the size, colour and flavour of fruit.
How to use
Evergreens, trees and shrubs
- In the spring or fall, apply at the rate of 2 kg per 1 m2 (10 sq. ft.) around each tree or shrub and mix into the top 5 cm (2 in) of soil.
- For new plantings, mix 1 part of composted manure with 3 parts of soil, and water well.
Flower beds and vegetable gardens
Before planting, spread 15 kg of this product per 8 m2 (86 sq. ft.) and rake into top 5 cm (2 in) of soil. Apply again before hot weather at the same rate, as an ideal mulch and plant food for vigorous summer growth.
When preparing the seed bed, spread 15 kg of this product per 15 m2 (161 sq. ft.), rake and mix into the top 2 cm (0.75 in) of soil before sowing grass seed.
- Apply at the rate of 15 kg per 30 m2 (323 sq. ft.), in early spring and again in the fall.
- Do not apply near bodies of water, if heavy rain is expected, to frozen ground or at higher application rates than recommended on the label.
- Water lightly after fertilization.
- When used on established lawns, it is recommended that this product be used based on a soil analysis test.
- Use as part of a complete fertilizer program.
- Wash hands after use.
- Keep out of the reach of children and pets.
Store product sealed in original container, in a dry place.
If it becomes unusable, or there is no intention to reuse it, add to compost bin or dispose according to provincial and municipal regulations.*
*Where supported by local recycling programs.