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Neptune's Harvest 5-3-0 Crab & Lobster Shell Meal, 50-Pound Bag

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Weight: 50.00 lbs

Organic plant food and pest repellent in one package!

Neptune?s Harvest Crab & Lobster Shell Meal is a multi-purpose plant food. This OMRI-listed product is an excellent dry source of nutrients. It is especially rich in calcium (17%) and magnesium (1%). This bag contains 50 pounds of Crab & Lobster Shell Meal.Crab & Lobster Shell Meal is excellent for organic gardening. It works well for flowers, vegetable gardens, and even your lawn. This product increases moisture retention and builds up organic matter in the soil. It also gives your plants? roots a reliable food source.This product works exceptionally well at controlling certain pests. It repels slugs, snails, moles, voles, and mice. Crab shell is high in chitin, which promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria. These chitin-eating bacteria eliminate ants, grubs, fungus, and root nematodes. Please review the label below for product warnings and suggested application rates.Many gardeners have experienced excellent results with this fantastic product. It has proven to create deeper, healthier root systems.


  • Active ingredient: Crab and lobster shells
  • Guaranteed analysis: Nitrogen (5%), phosphorus (2%), calcium (17%), and magnesium (1%)
  • Package weight (pounds): 50

Product Features

  • Crab & lobster shell meal
  • OMRI-listed organic product
  • Excellent source of dry nutrients
  • Rich in calcium and magnesium

Product Benefits

  • Perfect for flowers, vegetable gardens, and lawns
  • Increases moisture retention
  • Builds up organic matter in the soil
  • Provides a reliable food source
  • Repels slugs, snails, moles, voles, and mice

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