● The description of corn gluten meal：
As a natural fertilizer, corn gluten meal is a fantastic source of nitrogen. Typical NPK for corn gluten meal is 10-0-0. It’s slow-releasing, taking up to 2 months to break down in the soil.
For weed control, it’s an effective pre-emergent option if spread heavily on the soil. Lawns in particular are popular choices for this use. It retards the growth of many broadleaf weeds like dandelions. It’s also quite effective against crabgrass.
Corn gluten meal does not have a significant effect on soil pH levels. This makes it a good fertilizer choice if you’re trying to maintain neutral soil.
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● Application method of corn gluten meal：
Corn gluten meal (CGM) is sold as a natural pre-emergent herbicide and fertilizer. CGM contains naturally occurring chemicals that suppress the growth of grasses and broadleaf weeds during germination. If you are reseeding your lawn, do not apply CGM, since it will inhibit the germination of your grass seeds. Since it contains approximately ten percent nitrogen, it also has an added benefit of fertilizing your lawn at the same time as inhibiting weed seed germination. The rate of application as well as the timing are critical for maximum effectiveness. CGM should be applied before weed seeds germinate in the spring—approximately late March to early April—followed by another application in late summer—approximately late August to early September. Make sure to follow label directions carefully.
Effectively inhibits the growth of weeds such as dandelion and crabgrass
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20-foot cabinet can hold 20 tons, 1000kg / bag
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