Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0

Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0

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Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 is a natural source of slow release nitrogen. Use Hi-Yield Blood Meal on roses, pansies, flowers, vegetables, shrubs, and, trees to promote greener foliage and aid in top growth. Using Hi-Yield Blood Meal will help pansies to bloom more and larger; violets will develop unusually long stems; and Caladiums will have large colorful leaf growth.

Available Sizes:

  • Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 – 2.75 lb
  • Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 – 8 lb

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Total Nitrogen 12% Water Insoluble Organic Nitrogen
For use in Pansies, Roses, Flowers, Trees, Shrubs and Vegetables
Application Beds: 2 lbs. per 100 sq. ft.
Rows: 2 lbs. per 100 ft. row
Pansy plantings: 1 lb. per 25 plants

* See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on Label
Shipping Weight 2.78 lbs
Manufacturer VPG (Mfg. Number: 32144)
UPC 732221321441




Use at rate of 2 lbs. per 100 sq. ft. (10’ x 10’) of planting area. For row planting, apply 2 lbs. per 100 ft. row of plants and scatter over six inches on either side of row. Sprinkle lightly over area and water in after application.

Pansies can be helped to bloom larger and more profusely by using HI-YIELD BLOOD MEAL at the rate of 1 lb. to 25 Pansy plants. Violets will respond with unusually long stems; apply as for Pansies. For large colorful leaf growth on Caladiums, apply 1 lb. to 5 large or 10 small plants. Sprinkle lightly on soil around plants and water well.


Apply at rate of ¼ cup per 9 sq. ft. (3’ x 3’) of planting area. Broadcast evenly under the branches, scratch lightly into soil and water in after application.

NOTE: Wash off any fertilizer that may come in contact with leaves and flowers.

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Is Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 safe for dogs in the yard?
Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 should pose no problem for your dogs as long as you follow the product label. You will need to keep them off the area while the product is being applied and for 24 hours after the product has been watered in.

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Can you mix blood meal and ammonia to keep dear out of garden?
Blood Meal itself is a natural deer repellant. You can sprinkle the dried blood meal around the perimeter of the garden. If you live in a raining climate then you should use more than if you live in an arid region. Reapplication is neccessary after rainfall. Unfortunately, this is not a labeled use of the Hi Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 so we can't advise of mixing it with ammonia. 

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What is the Scotts rotary spreader application setting using Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0?

Would like to use Blood Meal as a supplement for Bermuda grass lawn care. Want to avoid adding too much of this product so doesn't burn lawn. What spreader setting should I use? Thanks so much....


Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 is not labeled to be applied to lawns as it is a garden/bed fertilizer so we are unable to provide a rate for this use.  You can view our full line of Lawn Fertilizers here to choose one more suited for your lawn, most have the commonly used spreader settings listed.

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What exactly are the ingredients in Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0?

Is it safe in my organic garden?


Per the product label, the ingredients of Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 are Total Nitrogen 12% Water Insoluble Organic Nitrogen. You can view the label here. 

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How often should Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 be applied?

I had a soil test done for the soil around my citrus trees and the results showed that the soil was low in nitrogen. They recommended using Blood Meal. I have applied it once. I recently read an article saying it should be applied every 6 to 8 weeks. Is that accurate?


Most fertilizers like Hi-Yield Blood Meal 12-0-0 are applied 2-4 times per year, fall, summer, early spring and late spring, depending on how much nutrients you are lacking. 

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