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Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen fertilzer adds beneficial nitrogen to the soil. It can be used with all soil types and on both warm season and cool season grasses. Nitrogen helps new lawns and plants establish strong root systems, and encourages large blooms and vigorous growth of flowers and vegetables. Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen Fertilizer promotes development of beneficial enzymes and vitamins in the soil, assists in chlorophyll formation, and improves seed production and root growth. This product should be applied during the peak growing season.
|Active Ingredient:||Total Nitrogen - 34%|
|For use in:||Warm and cool season grasses, gardens, trees, shrubs|
|Application:||Apply using a spreader. Please consult the label for specific application rates|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Shipping Weight:||39.40 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Pennington (Mfg. Number: 451378)|
- Excellent nitrogen provider
- Contains 10% Sulfur to improve root growth
- Can be used on any turf type
- Vigorous growth of flowers and vegetables
- N-P-K ratio is 34-0-0
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8 of 10 people found this review helpful:
I Mowed my Lawn on Christmas Day
By Jc in Batesville Ar on 12/25/2014
Excellent results..Done a soil analysis and found in above average shape. Only recommendation was 34-0-0, Sept, Nov, & April. The Nitrogen IN 34-0-0 is easy to.use with a spreader set to 3, 3/4, for 10,000 sq ft per bag The Nitro dissolves very quickly, if grass is already wet, but i still wet the grass down very well with a hose set on a fine spray like mist afterward just to be certain.. Today is Christmas day, my lawn is the greenest in the entire town, and it needed cutting This 34-0-0 is fabulous, it does a great job, it was recommended to me and i will also. Be certain its dissolved, wear a mask as it is a chemical, than sit back and enjoy it. Photo's are available taken today if desired This Nitrogen also has additional help for stronger root growth, so your receiving help in 2 different ways. Thank you
5 of 8 people found this review helpful:
Smells like cat urine!!!
By Joe in Poultney, Vt on 04/04/2015
This product has more than a slight smell - it has a very strong odor. it is unacceptable & I will not order it again.. Not happy with it!
We understand that this Nitrogen fertilizer may have an odor due to the high urea in the fertilizer. Many organic fertilizers do not contain urea and may be more to your liking. You may view all of the fertilizers we carry on our website here: http://www.domyownpestcontrol.com/fertilizers-c-59_416.html If you do not see a product you are looking for, please call us at 866-581-7378 so that we may further assist you.
5 of 10 people found this review helpful:
By Santa in North Pole on 04/27/2016
It allowed me to poison my family and friends at Thanksgiving dinner. I am finally free of the restrictions of relationships in my quest to destroy humanity.
4 of 4 people found this review helpful:
Just What I ordered
By Toby in Tulsa, OK on 07/21/2014
I received exactly what I ordered, right on time. I look forward to doing more business with you.
3 of 3 people found this review helpful:
By Curt in pa on 03/13/2016
put this in the garden earlier and already plants are starting up and looking strong, going to use it through the year for the lawn which is all clay and struggling .
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By Frances in poquoson virginia on 03/29/2016
I do not know how u write a review on fertilizer I used this to condition my hay bales for gardening It did what it was made to do I have no complaints. the company that I dealt with did a wonderful job I would give them a 5 star they sent emails on my order they were great
By Zac in EG, RI on 05/04/2016
quick delivery & rec'd what I expected.
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06/11/2014 Aaron from Wyoming
QWhat is the source of nitrogen? Urea or ammonium nitrate?
AThe source of the nitrogen in the product is urea.
06/17/2015 Charles from Texas
QThis is deceptive packaging, as pure ammonia nitrate is 34-0-0
UREA fertilizer is useless because it evaporates into the air almost immediately. By advertising this fertilizer as 34-0-0, you are attempting to trick the customer into thinking this is ammonium nitrate. UREA fertilizer is 44-0-0. I don't give my business to companys that try to deceive customers.
AWe do apologize for any misinformation you feel we have provided, we are in no way trying to deceive our customers. We do provide information on products as given to us by the manufacturer but have no control over the packaging of the products. We do try to provide as much information about products as possible to our customers and no where on the product page for Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen Fertilizer 34-0-0 does it list that it is ammonium nitrate in any way. The information states that it is Nitrogen - 34% and we do provide the MSDS sheet that further details on the ingredients of the product.
09/19/2014 Mario from Winchester, Va
QHow much area does Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen Fertilizer 34 - 0 - 0 cover?
A The Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen Fertilizer 34 - 0 - 0 will cover 13,600 sq. ft. Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
The Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen Fertilizer 34 - 0 - 0 will cover 13,600 sq. ft.
Please let us know if you have any additional questions.
07/07/2014 Jeremy from Indiana
QIs the Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen fertilizer Urea based or Ammonium Nitrate based?
03/24/2015 Scott from Auburn
QWhat is the % of slow release nitrogen and just release nitrogen?
Can you define the percentages of both fast and slow release nitrogen available in the product?
A Per the manufacturer the breakdown on the Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen Fertilizer 34-0-0 is as follows: 10% Ammoniacal Nitrogen (Ammonium Sulfate) 24% Urea Nitrogen Both of these nitrogen sources are pretty much fast release and need to be incorporated into the soil and /or watered in well after application.
Per the manufacturer the breakdown on the Pennington All Purpose Nitrogen Fertilizer 34-0-0 is as follows:
10% Ammoniacal Nitrogen (Ammonium Sulfate)
24% Urea Nitrogen
Both of these nitrogen sources are pretty much fast release and need to be incorporated into the soil and /or watered in well after application.