Biosolids are the nutrient-rich, organic based product of the wastewater treatment process which can be recycled and used to enhance soil conditions.
FloridaGreen has a mild earthy odor. The odor should disappear within a couple of days of application.
The 6-6-1 indicates the N-P-K nutrient analysis in each bag. The N-P-K nutrient analysis is the amount of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) FloridaGreen contains.
The USDA Certified BioPreferred Product Label is designed to provide useful information to consumers about the biobased content of the product. The label assures a consumer that the product contains a USDA-verified amount of renewable biological ingredients.
BioPreferred products provide all the benefits as conventional products; they are cost-comparative, readily available (made by small companies and large corporations), and perform as well or better than their petroleum containing counterparts.
Products need to meet a minimum biobased content set by the USDA. The manufacturers of these products must test the biobased content at an independent, third party laboratory.
When Class A, exceptional quality (EQ) biosolids are produced using a drying or thermal process, the end product can often contain varying amounts of dust. A dusty product can create issues related to uneven spreading patters, drifting and improper nutrient placement.
Carbon is the main component of soil organic matter. It helps give soil it water-retention capacity, structure and fertility. There are active studies analyzing the carbon cycle of biosolids when used in land application. FloridaGreen is comprised of greater than 75% carbon.
You should store FloridaGreen out of reach of children and pets, and in a cool, dry area within the original bag.
The 8-4-1 indicates the N-P-K nutrient analysis in each bag. The N-P-K nutrient analysis is the amount of nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) FloridaGreen contains.