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Hoof and Horn Meal Comments
HOOF AND HORN MEAL: As a Fertilizer Has the same general analysis as blood meal; its odor in the greenhouse is less objectionable than blood meal; apply it one teaspoon per six-inch pot; on cymbidiums once or twice a year; now scarce. A70-889 0
HOOF AND HORN MEAL: Characteristics Produced from hoofs and horns of cattle; ground to the consistency of coarse meal; 13% nitrogen which is slowly released to plants; never causes root burn; odorless. A78-716 0

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