This guano originates in the southwest deserts and Mexico. Desert Bat Guano is rich, fluffy and naturally high in nitrogen and trace elements. Since it is so fast acting, it makes a great potting soil amendment.
Use one to two teaspoons per 8″ diameter container, making sure to thoroughly mix into top inch of soil.
For gardens, one to two pounds will cover 100 square feet.
For foliar feeding, mix one to three tablespoons per gallon of distilled water and allow to steep for 24 hours. Strain away remaining solids and apply to all leaf surfaces during dark period – do not apply during full light of day.
For liquid fertilizer, use one cup per gallon of distilled water and allow to steep 24 to 48 hours. Strain away remaining solids and apply one to two cups per plant.
Derived from desert bat guano.
Note: Avoid inhalation, ingestion, and eye contact with dust. Use of respiratory and eye protection is recommended.