Gardening Tips : What Is Corn Gluten?

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Corn gluten is a byproduct of the cornmeal milling process, and it is used as a weed pre-emergent in gardens. Find out how to use corn gluten in a garden as a fertilizer with thisfree video on gardening from the owner of a landscaping company. Expert: Bill Elzey Contact: Bio: Bill Elzey is the owner and manager of Showplace Lawns in Austin, Texas. Filmmaker: Todd Green

5 Responses to “Gardening Tips : What Is Corn Gluten?”

  1. CommentClown says:

    It’s a good idea, but it’s an incredibly energy-intensive product that competes for agricultural space with our food.
    Organic? Sure.
    Good for the planet? Nope.

  2. TurfCare11 says:

    How do you sell this to your customers when it is sooooo expensive to use???
    Corn Gluten Meal = 20 lbs/1000 at ($35 per 40 lb bag)
    Lesco Pre M = 5 lbs/1000 at ($18 per 50 lb bag)

  3. WoundedEgo says:

    Does it only interfere with weed germination? Or all plants? IE: Do you use it only when you are NOT planting your desired crop?


  4. Yardener28 says:

    I have used this and it works like a charm absolutley brilliant product no more weeds and i had a lot of weeds plus the nitrogen gives the grass a nice kick.

  5. ppbadawy says:

    what part of the country are you located? My location is Northern VA. Thanks. Your videos are very very helpful

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