Canadian (Ontario) Bat Guano

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Our Bat Guano is provided by Big Brown and Little Brown bats, which are insect eating bats.  This results in the NPK ratio being approximately 10-2-1 (Nitrogen 10 - Phosphorus 2 - Potassium 1).  Bat Guano is one of the richest natural fertilizers to be used in agriculture and has been used since ancient times to promote plant growth and a good harvest.  It contains healthy microorganisms and elements such as nitrogen and phosphorus that work to detoxify the soil.  Phosphorous also aids in the flowering of crops and nitrogen promotes stalk and shoot growth.

Bat guano has a reputation of being an amazing fertilizer, so I couldn't wait to try!  It comes in a box and is completely dry like dusty soil - just dilute in water and apply.  Made my pots and hanging baskets look amazing (people were asking what my secret was), and I also used on the vegetable garden.  Don't worry about the cost as a little goes a long way!
Sharilyn - Bruce County


10 lbs for $50.00 (+ $6.50 hst & $20 for S&H-Flat Rate).

Average of 400 lbs sold, per year (since 2016)

(RECOMMENDED USES - The following plants are heavy "feeders" / users of Nitrogen - Alfalfa, Beans, Cabbage, Chickpeas, Clover, Corn, Cucumbers, Lentils, Lettuce, Peas, Roses, Soybeans, Squash, Tomatoes (We are not interested in partnering with individuals, or companies, whose intended use of this product is for the recreational cannabis market).

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(Due to reasons NOT within our control, this guano "currently" only ships to;

Ontario, Quebec, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Prince Edward Island & Newfoundland - Not sold outside these CANADIAN provinces.  This tends to expand in April of each year - check back.


Bat Guano Tea & Application

(these instructions will be included with your Canadian Bat Guano purchase)

Step 1 - Mix to a ratio of 1 to 2 tablespoons of guano per 1 gallon of water.

Step 2 - Stir mixture after 12 hours and let sit a minimum of 24 hours total.  Aeration is an option but not absolutely necessary.

Step 3 - Water soil around plants once weekly.  Filter mixture if using sprayer.