Insect Frass is the excrement of herbivore insects. Insect Frass is not an insecticide.
Insect Frass contains every macro- and micronutrient, with high levels of natural silicon, and very low levels of sodium and chloride.
Insect Frass Applications:
(For best results, use dechlorinated or R/O water in all instances)
Use Insect Frass as a soil amendment and or a foliar spray. Safe for aquaponic and hydroponic systems. Insect Frass is not 100% soluble, so strain before using in sprayers. Using Insect Frass with mycorrhizae is highly recommended.
TRANSPLANTING - Add Frass and mycorrhizae to transplant site to accelerate root development
SOIL PRE-MIX - Add 1/2 cup per cubic foot (7 gallons) or 2.25 pounds per cubic yard of soil/media blend prior to planting (0.4% by volume)
TOP DRESS - Sprinkle over root zone and water in thoroughly
ROOT DRENCH - Add 1 Tsp to 1 Tbsp Insect Frass per gallon of water
FOLIAR FEED - Add 1 Tsp to 1 Tbsp per gallon of water, shake and let sit for 30-120 minutes, then apply. It's not 100% soluble, so strain before applying
COMPOST TEA - 1 cup Insect Frass per 50 gallons of tea - add ½ dose at beginning of brew, and the other ½ dose within the last hour of brew
HYDROPONICS - Top dress directly to any grow media (rockwool, coco, hydroton)
• Add 1 cup per 50 gallons of water (strain for drip systems)
• For best results, steep Insect Frass water for 24 hours before use
• Add directly to reservoir for ebb & flow or flood to drain systems
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