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I did a search for natural phosphorous sources and got, ground phosphate rock, compost (esp. from animal waste), and bonemeal. HTH
 

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thanks, Cathy. We are bit low there, but what I had meant to post was potassium, lol...pregnant brain keeps getting in the way. (Potassium is the p in npk, right?) That P is really low...thanks. I am too tired to be posting anything, ever, lol!!
 

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thanks, Cathy. We are bit low there, but what I had meant to post was potassium, lol...pregnant brain keeps getting in the way. (Potassium is the p in npk, right?) That P is really low...thanks. I am too tired to be posting anything, ever, lol!!

Nope, you had it right the first time. The P stands for phosphorus. Potassium would be written as K.

You can buy a bag of ground phosphorus rock. Can't remember what the application rate is, probably a 1/2 lb per 100 feet or so. Just dump it on, turn it in and you should be ready to go.
 
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