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Organic Azomite

Organic Azomite

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Organic & Natural Mineral Supplement

  • Remineralize Soil for Optimum Growth
  • Improves Root Systems, Yields, Plant Vigor
  • 100% Natural
  • 100% Organic, OMRI Listed

Azomite is an organic and natural way to rejuvenate your soil with over 70 minerals and trace elements, essential for robust plant growth. It originates from Utah, formed when an ancient volcano erupted and its ash settled into a prehistoric seabed creating a complex mineral composition. In all our years gardening, we've found that Azomite is the only mineral supplement we've ever needed. It consistently results in incredible yields.

We recommend the granulated version for most gardeners. The granulated version is nice and easy to spread. The micronized version is an ultra fine powder and easily dissolves in water, so it can used as a foliar spray and in irrigation systems.

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what size is best?

Our packets are sized just right for a hassle-free way to feed your garden. They come in three sizes. If you want larger sizes or a bulk order, please reach out to us through our site's contact form and we'll be happy to accommodate!

Small (12 oz)
Ideal for several potted plants or a balcony garden.

Medium (2.5 lbs)
Up to 2 raised beds, 5 fruit trees, a large collection of potted plants, or a small lawn area.

Large (4 lbs)
Perfect for 3-4 raised beds, 8-10 fruit trees, or a medium-size lawn.

frequently asked questions

What is Azomite?

AZOMITE® is a natural mineral substance which is mined directly from its Utah desert source. OMRI-Listed for organic production, AZOMITE® can be used as an agricultural fertilizer and/or soil amendment product, It is easy and safe to use and good for the environment.

Many nutrient elements have been depleted from soils worldwide due to weathering, leaching, and depletion from decades of continuous agricultural production and AZOMITE®® been reported to replenish these nutrients. Technically, AZOMITE® is a highly mineralized complex silica ore (Hydrated Sodium Calcium Aluminosilicate or HSCAS), mined in Utah from an ancient deposit left by a volcanic eruption that filled a small seabed an estimated 30 million years ago.

Where does Azomite come from?

AZOMITE® is mined from an ancient volcanic ash deposit in central Utah, USA. Scientists believe that the unique chemical make-up of AZOMITE® was created when an ancient volcano erupted and the ash settled into a seabed.

The combination of seawater, fed by hundreds of rivers rich in minerals, and the rare and abundant minerals present in volcanic ash created the AZOMITE® mineral composition unique to its deposit. Today, this geologic characteristic is an outcropping known as a “hogback”. The minerals are gathered and packaged by AZOMITE® Mineral Products, Inc. for distribution all over the world.

How does Azomite benfit plants?

According to research and customer reports, plants grown with AZOMITE® produce more and larger fruits and vegetables per plant that are better tasting  — with evidence of improved nutritional benefits. AZOMITE® has shown these positive results in a wide variety of plants in both field and laboratory.

What plants can I use Azomite on?

AZOMITE® tests have reported positive results in many plant species including: wine grapes, table grapes, sugarcane, potatoes, rice, watermelon, tomatoes, melons, cantaloupes, onion, garlic, papaya, lemons, oranges, cocoa, coffee, mango, oaks, pines, peaches, chilies, berries, eggplant, tobacco, ornamentals, wheat, corn and many others. AZOMITE® is uniquely capable of nourishing most plant life as it provides nutrients that the native soil is often lacking.

Why aren't all these minerals already in the soil?

The world’s cropland has been under cultivation for many decades and each crop cycle removes trace minerals from the soil or the elements are lost through erosion and pesticide use. Since most fertilizer programs only replace Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K), crops become deficient when the soil has been depleted of its trace elements.

How is Azomite different than fertilizer?

Most conventional fertilizers contain mainly Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K), which are called macronutrients. Plants require macronutrients in large amounts. NPK are only three of the essential nutrients required by plants. When choosing a fertility program, growers often neglect trace minerals and focus primarily on NPK. For plants to complete their life cycle and produce at full potential, a wide range of trace minerals is necessary. AZOMITE® is a naturally-occurring source for nutrients that does not harm the environment and is OMRI-Listed for use in organic production.

What is the Law of the Minimum?

The “father of fertilizer”, Justus von Liebig, developed the “Law of the Minimum” which is important in understanding what AZOMITE® does. The Law states that plant growth is determined by the scarcest “limiting” nutrient; if even one of the many required nutrients is deficient, the plant will not grow and produce at its optimum. Conventional fertilizer programs focus on the macronutrients like Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P) and Potassium (K). However, if one of the many essential trace elements is deficient in the soil, the plant will not perform at its optimum, affecting yield and immune function.

Can too much Azomite be toxic?

No. AZOMITE® is 100% naturally-derived and completely free from fillers. It is not chemically altered and its natural, nontoxic composition will not harm plants or the environment.

Is Azomite organic?

AZOMITE® Micronized Trace Minerals, AZOMITE® Granulated Trace Mineral and AZOMITE® Micronized Feed Ingredient are listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) for use in organic production. Many fertilizers receive chemical alterations or go through an intensive manufacturing process. AZOMITE® is simply mined, crushed and sold and is 100% natural in the most basic sense. Chemically, the term “organic” means that the minerals are bound to a carbon atom. As the minerals in AZOMITE® are oxides, not bound to carbon, they are technically considered “inorganic”.

Is Azomite a rock dust?

Yes, but it is very different from the few glacial rock dust products on the market. AZOMITE® is a mineralized, compacted volcanic ash in origin, which makes it volcanic rather than glacial.

we stand behind our products

At Zaya Farms, we stand behind the quality of all of our products. Each item we offer is meticulously thought out in-house by our team of passionate gardeners. We sell these products because we love them, we use them, and we want you to enjoy them too. They are meant to elevate your homesteading experience and withstand all normal wear and tear.

We also consciously work with manufacturers that exceed our standards for excellence. If you are not 100% satisfied with your order you are always welcome to use our 64 day return policy or let us know how we can make them better.