It's made from worm poop! What do you think about this as a foliar feed, or even a pitcher feed if you are into that (I do) ?
They feed organic waste to worms then make a liquid spray-ready fertilizer out of the castings. They collect and recycle bottles (over 1.5 million so far) and donate some of the money to charity, and most importantly, It's at my local Walmart so it's easy to get. It looks very weak, like a light tea, and it even has worm turds floating around (I kid you not!)
It's already in a spray bottle. I usually just eyeball some orchid food and mix it in with an eyeballed amount of water. I figure this will be really convenient instead of doing guesswork, especially with Nepenthes. There is an all-purpose kind, an african violet kind, and an orchid kind. I've only seen the all-purpose kind, but I really wasn't looking anyway. There is a tropical kind and tomatoe, too, but it's not in a spray bottle. Like I said I've only seen the all-purpose.
In development are rose, cacti, and herb foods.
I remember that the nutrient value are listed on the bottle, but can't remember them or find them on the website, which is here.
Hey could a mod fix the title? Thanks!