Glacial Rock Dust

(3 customer reviews)


Soil Enhancers and Soil Conditioners will add Vitamins and Minerals back into your nutrient depleted soil. Enriching your garden with essential plant nutrients in both Micro and Macro Form.

Not Avail in California


Product form:

Dry powder

NPK analysis:


Primary function/use:

Source of minerals. Remineralizing agent for depleted soils. As a fertilizer. Enhances root development.

Product designation:


Well suited for:

Amending and enhancing the soil. Works well in potting soils and with other soil amendments

Other product highlights:

A natural rock powder that is non-toxic and environmentally friendly. Will not burn plants or seedlings.

Contains over 28 identified elements. Provides immediate and slow-release of trace elements.

When and where to use:

Start with early season soil preparations and supplement as needed during the grow cycle.

For soil application:

Mix product into the soil at the rate of one (1) lb. per 10 sq. ft.

For plants in rows, mix along the rows at the rate of one (1) lb. per 25 feet.

For established beds, sprinkle around each plant.


Ensure bag is properly sealed and stored in cool, dry, dark place.

For house plants:

Mix into the potting soil before planting. Use one (1) tsp. of glacial rock dust for every two (2) inches of pot diameter. Apply one (1) tsp. of glacial rock dust quarterly thereafter.

For hydroponics:

Mix 1/8 to ¼ tsp. with one (1) gallon of water. Ultra-fine powder. Water flowable (200 mesh).


If using with irrigation, this product must be agitated during irrigation.

Additional information

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3 reviews for Glacial Rock Dust

  1. Frank

    This to me as a person who builds his own organic soils for vegetables that me and my family eat have to say that is a must for a complete soil provides just about every micro that mother nature would have provided in a perfect plot.
    Again, great product, service, price and people.

  2. Joy Baisden

    I was surprised at how well this worked. Put it in your garden about a month before planting though so it can “break down” a bit. The biggest thing I noticed was the wonderful texture of the soil in my raised beds. I used this along with Epsom salt. What a fantastic combination.

  3. Joe owsley

    Best stuff I used in years made soil softener and made fruit live longer

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