Difference between revisions of "Diatomaceous earth (DE)"

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A diatomaceous earth product for use as a soil amendment for golf courses, landscaping, sports turfs and rooftop gardens.<br><br>
 
Source: https://epminerals.com/products/axis-soil-amendment<br><br>
 
Source: https://epminerals.com/products/axis-soil-amendment<br><br>

Latest revision as of 11:28, 24 July 2017


1. The skeletal remains of prehistoric microorganisms called "diatoms", often used as an inorganic soil amendment.

2519P-AxisDE-Fine-25lb-600x450-for-website.png

A diatomaceous earth product for use as a soil amendment for golf courses, landscaping, sports turfs and rooftop gardens.

Source: https://epminerals.com/products/axis-soil-amendment