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Atomize is a Source of Minerals & Trace Elements
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 caliches rocks from which much of the world's nitrate was mined. Anderson ground montmorillonite as fine as possible, and then put it in his garden. Results were amazing and nearly immediate. Minerals in Azomite are necessary for optimal metabolism in living things. Ground to dust, minerals are small enough to pass through cell walls of organisms.
Azomite 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 are added to Azomite. Mineralogical Azomite is rhyolitic tuff breccia. Chemically, it's hydrated sodium calcium aluminosilicate. U.S. Code of Federal Regulations (21 CFR 582.2729) lists it as "anti-caking agent." It's recognized as safe (GRAS) by FDA for feeds up to 2% by weight. Azomite is odorless, and insoluble however Micronized Azomite can be put in to a suspension and applied through most irrigation systems. Azomite has 70 major and trace elements, as 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 a soil amendment and livestock feed additive. Cattlemen report faster weight gain, improved feed efficiency, upgraded meat quality, greater disease resistance, and reduced mortality. Dairymen report increased milk and higher butterfat. Poultry producers report enhanced egg fertility and shell quality. Crop farmers report improved growth, health, and size. Potatoes report 19-60% increase in yield; sugar beets are larger, with higher sugar content. Citrus growers report improved recovery from decline and healthier trees. Research recommends 300-600 lbs./acre broadcast, or 2 lbs./10 sq. ft in gardens.
Our most recent success, the picture above says it all. The corn on the right was planted with AZOMITE® one month after the corn on the left was planted without AZOMITE®. Yes – one month LATER!
44 Pound Bag of Azomite Granular. This is easy to spread and coated with molasses to hold granules together.
44 Pound Bag of Azomite Slow Release has varying size particles for breaking down at different times. Passes through - 6 to - 200 mesh screens
44 Pound Bag of Azomite Micronized passes through a -200 mesh screen and can be applied through irrigation system
Retail display with four 10-pound bags of Granulated Azomite®
Azomite may come in different grades But all contain the same valuable minerals needed for healthy plant growth.
$30.00 for 44 lb. bag
$25.00 per bag when purchasing at least a pallet of 50 or more 44 lb. bags
$22.00 for 10 lb. bag
$75.00 for four-pack of 10 lb. bags - includes display
$32.00 for 44 lb. bag
$30.00 per bag when purchasing at least a pallet of 50 or more 44 lb. bags
Azomite Slow Release
$25.00 for 44 lb. bag
$20.00 per bag when purchasing at least a pallet of 50 or more 44 lb. bags
Shipping/delivery is additional - please email for a shipping or delivery rate quote.
Azomite also comes in totes, dump trucks and rail car at lower prices. Call or email for volume discounts.
AZOMITE® will not burn plants and can be applied directly or with compost, humus, manures, fertilizers, and used in compost tea productions. Azomite helps promote beneficial soil microbial life.
Apply 75 – 300 lbs. per acre initially followed by annual maintenance of 50 – 100 lbs. per acre or according to needs based on soil quality.
Apply annually to all trees on ground surface under the drip line at the rate of one to five pounds, depending on the tree size. (Refer to table below for more guidelines.) Double the application for decline or blight stricken trees. For grapes, apply ½ lb. to 1 lb. to the soil around each plant and lightly till into soil.
When preparing the soil, use AZOMITE® at the rate of one lb. per ten sq. ft. If in rows, mix into the soil along the rows at rate of one lb. per 25 ft. of row. If bed is established, sprinkle around each plant. For house plants, mix one teaspoon per two inch pot diameter with potting soil before planting. Give one teaspoon quarterly thereafter. For roses, apply 1.2 lb. to 1 lb. to the soil around each plant and lightly till into soil.
For existing lawns, apply ten pounds per 1,000 square feet. Apply up to four times per year. For new lawns, apply at a heavier rate and till into soil before planting seed or laying sod.
Apply annually to all trees on ground surface under the drip line. Recommended application for trees:
Tree Base DiameterRate
< 10” 1 – 5 lbs.
10” – 20” 5 – 15 lbs.
> 20” 15 – 40 lbs.
Apply light coating from trunk to drip line. For ornamentals and shrubs, apply ½ lb. to 1 lb. to the soil around each plant and lightly till into soil.
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