Let me know what you think of this?
Yes I would love itNot a very good ratio when you consider the K content. This is something I would mix with another (high-K) product, like Dyna Pro-Tekt, langbeinite or potassium sulfate. If it were 12-10-12, that would be a reasonable ratio.
It's used more by organic growers who don't worry as much about the NPK ratio. I feed more typical nutrients and like to supplement with things like that. But, I keep an eye on the ratio I'm creating. (I use a spreadsheet for that. I can give that to you if you want it.).
The spreadsheet is here. (<<link). The spreadsheet contains no macros, just cell formulas. (It's safe.). Before diving into the spreadsheet, spend some time with the README.pdf. It shows the three ways you'll interact with the spreadsheet (1. add a product; 2. resolve a multi-bottle "lineup" to see what NPK ratio/strength the different bottles create, and 3. create a NPK ratio/strength using other stuff, like this guano product you're looking at.).Yes I would love it
That could be good. Ratio 2.4-1-1.4. I don't go that high with N in veg (I go a little higher with K). But, some people do higher N & K. Probably feed less if it became too green. (EDIT: I notice it says "feeds up to 3 months." That might be time-release synthetic fertilizer. I wouldn't use that. You can have after-effects you didn't expect.).What about this