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First Green 5-3-1

First Green 5-3-1

First Green 5-3-1 provides a combination of four forms of nitrogen, natural phosphate, calcium, potassium, and iron. This all-purpose product is suitable for turf, new turf, flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees. It is especially effective in new turf seeding. First Green 5-3-1 contains the finest ingredients available, to maximize plant health.

Product Description

What is First Green 5-3-1?

Live Earth’s First Green provides a combination of four forms of nitrogen, natural phosphate, calcium, potassium and iron. Just one application gives you both the benefits of nutrients and organic matter that promote healthy soil.

This unique product is carbon-balanced. It regulates the nitrogen to carbon levels in the soil so it can hold in the nitrogen effectively.

How Is First Green Used?

This all-purpose fertilizer suitable for old turfs, new turfs, flowers, vegetables, shrubs and trees. It can be especially effective in new grass seeding and pre-planting for sod and hydro-seeding. First Green’s unique blend of nutrients may promote a fast-acting and long-lasting green without excessive mowing. Additionally, the humic acid contained in the miracle fertilizer may also aid in the uptake of micronutrients. It also can keep the soil healthy for a longer period of time so your garden remains green and beautiful.

For a wide range of applications, this premium, granular blend of natural conditioners and essential nutrients is the answer. This product is designed to bring the carbon-to-nitrogen ratio into perfect balance.

First Green 5-3-1 Benefits

Iron is involved when a plant produces chlorophyll, which gives the plants the oxygen they need.

Nitrogen is vital mineral for your plants. Nitrogen deficiency is the most common cause of stunting plant health worldwide. Nitrogen from the earth’s crust and atmosphere is not easily accessible to plants — that’s where we come in!

Phosphate is important for proper root development and new plant tissue production. Plants lacking phosphorous look unhealthy; usually an abnormal dark green or purple color.

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