AZOMITE for Better Garden Soil

Most gardeners know that your crops need different amounts of N-P-K, but what about important micro-nutrients? Trace minerals are something that most gardeners don’t think about.

Trace minerals are incredibly important to building great soil & healthier crops. I always add AZOMITE to my garden and I notice a yield & plant vigor difference.

Learn why AZOMITE is great for your garden soil.

AZOMITE Trace minerals for your garden

What is AZOMITE?

AZOMITE is an acronym for the “A to Z of minerals including trace elements”. An estimated 30 million years ago, a volcanic eruption filled a nearby seabed. The unique combination of seawater, fed by rivers rich in minerals and rare earth elements present in the volcanic ash created the composition known as the AZOMITE mineral deposit.

AZOMITE is a natural product mined from an ancient mineral deposit in Utah (USA). Consisting of necessary trace elements, many of which are known to be vital for plant life. AZOMITE is used internationally as a feed additive and a soil re-mineralizer for plants. It’s available in over thirty countries throughout the world.

Azomite for Gardening

These AZOMITE trace minerals have been reported to:

  • improve root systems.
  • yields
  • general plant vigor in a variety of field crops and garden vegetables

Available for a variety of applications, AZOMITE can be used to re-mineralize nutrient-depleted soils. It’s OMRI Listed for certified organic production.

AZOMITE Trace minerals

Trace Minerals in Azomite

AZOMITE  Ore Certificate of Typical Analysis
ICP and Spark Source Mass Spectrometry

ppm unless shown as %

 Aluminum  6.57%  Hafnium  0.62  Ruthenium  0.01
 Antimony  0.16  Holmium  0.60  Samarium  4.98
 Arsenic  1.10  Hydrogen  0.38%  Scandium  1.16
 Barium  0.14%  Indium  0.02  Selenium  0.29
 Beryllium  0.51  Iodine  2.20  Silicon  30.68%
 Bismuth  0.30  Iron  1.16%  Silver  0.97
 Boron  29.00  Lanthanum  21.05  Sodium  1.31%
 Bromine  6.60  Lead  9.96  Strontium  66.34
 Cadmium  0.07  Lithium  18.23  Sulfur  0.02
 Calcium  2.84%  Lutetium  0.30  Tantalum  1.30
 Carbon  0.61%  Magnesium  0.59%  Tellurium  0.01
 Cerium  41.27  Manganese 0.01%  Terbium  0.51
 Cesium  0.88  Mercury  0.02  Thallium  0.16
 Chlorine  0.22%  Molybdenum  0.23  Thorium  7.51
 Chromium  3.82  Neodymium  33.61  Thulium  0.28
 Cobalt  1.54  Nickel  1.66  Tin  0.98
 Copper  2.85  Niobium  0.18  Titanium  0.14%
 Dysprosium  2.95  Nitrogen  0.15%  Tungsten  0.30
 Erbium  1.73  Palladium  0.01  Uranium  0.58
 Europium  1.03  Phosphorus  0.02%  Vanadium  14.12
 Fluorine  900.00  Potassium  4.19%  Ytterbium  1.86
 Gadolinium  3.60  Praseodymium  10.31  Yttrium  6.23
 Gallium  3.01  Rhenium  0.01  Zinc  12.71
 Germanium  0.09  Rhodium  0.00  Zirconium  24.68
 Gold <0.2  Rubidium  24.41  Loss on incineration  8.06%


Guaranteed Minimum Analysis
Soluble Potassium
Soluble Magnesium



2 thoughts on “AZOMITE for Better Garden Soil”

  1. I have some Sakurajima radish plants started. These radishes grow 13lbs and up because of the volcanic ash soil in that part of Japan. Azomite is key. I was planning to gather some of Mt ST Helen’s ash and grow my radish plants in it to see if it increases the size of the bulbs . I’m curious. Any thoughts on my experiment?


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