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Red Lake Earth Diatomaceous Red Lake Earth with Calcium Bentonite, 20 lb.

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Red Lake Earth is OMRI listed for use in organic production and is for use in feeds as an anticaking agent or pelleting aid for further manufacturing in feed. Red Lake Earth is environmentally friendly, completely safe and does not contain any antibiotics or harmful chemicals.

Ingredients:
Diatomaceous Earth and Calcium Bentonite.

Guaranteed Analysis:
Moisture (max.) 8%
Ash (Mineral Matter) (max.) 95%

Directions:
In an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. Consult the Compendium of Medicating Ingredient Brochures for acceptable drug compatibilities.

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Brand: Red Lake Earth
Manufacturer Part Number W097
Red Lake Earth Diatomaceous Red Lake Earth with Calcium Bentonite, 20 lb. is rated 4.3 out of 5 by 34.
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed I bought this in the last 2 weeks because I have 3 cats indoor/outdoor and 1 dog and 1 puppy 7 wks. I read this would naturally get rid of fleas without chemicals. I bought a flour sifter to dispense which just dumped a ton of this on my carpets. I first vacuumed and then spread this out, then brushed this into the carpet like I was sweeping. This made a huge dust cloud and even with protection flared my asthma(yea the windows were open). Dust is on everything now including counters...There has been no improvement on my animals either, after brushing and massaging this into their fur.
Date published: 2019-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great item and great service This is the first time I have even seen any of this but have heard and read about it before. It is much finer than I ever thought it would be and very easy to use. Great product.
Date published: 2019-03-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great stuff!! I bought this for my laying hens.Was happy I could find something organic to treat mites!!
Date published: 2018-10-22
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good price The price is good. Versatile product for my chicken.
Date published: 2018-08-16
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is this food grade?

Asked by: marksexton
Yes, Red Lake Earth meets all Food Chemical Codex Grade specifications.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-08-07

can this product be used in a swimming pool filter?

Asked by: dude735
No, sorry. Red Lake Earth is Food Grade Diatomaceous Earth that is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent and flow aid. Pool grade DE is used in swimming pool filters.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2017-07-04

I have friends that are taking this to detox, there bottle which is by red lake gives Instruction for human use. But I just read in other question it was stated not for human consumption??? Is there a different one by red lake earth??

Asked by: Gabenlara
Yes, that is correct - Red Lake Earth Diatomaceous Earth is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet. As it is not registered for human consumption, we do not recommend that it be used for that purpose. Red Lake Earth products manufactured by us do not have instructions for human use. Do you happen to have an image or web address for this product? We would like to look into this further in order to ensure our product name is not being used improperly.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-08-08

I gave his to my chickens mixed about 2 cups throughout feeder .. is okay to eat their eggs now it states that this product is a food grade .. but I have been told that I shouldn't eat the eggs now im concerned

Asked by: nugent
Yes, it is ok to consume the eggs.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-08-08

What percentage of this is diatomaceous earth and what percentage is bentonite clay?

Asked by: chum
Red Lake Earth is a naturally occurring blend of diatomaceous earth and calcium bentonite clay. The typical chemical analysis is 67% silicon dioxide and other trace minerals.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-08-08

Would this work in the garden to kill bugs? Do I sprinkle on plants or on the ground? Is it safe?

Asked by: Hsize
Red Lake Earth is not registered for use as an insecticide (is registered for use as an anti-caking agent and flow aid to be added to animal feed in an amount not exceeding 2% of the total diet). However, food grade diatomaceous earth, in general, does kill crawling insects. Our Last Crawl products are registered for use against crawling insects in the home and garden, and contain the same food grade DE found in Red Lake Earth. However, because they are registered insecticides, the DE in Last Crawl is specially labeled for this purpose. Below, please find some use instructions for our Last Crawl Insect DEstroyer Insecticide Powder. Dry Powder Application Apply LAST CRAWL™ Insecticide Powder to cracks and crevices with container provided, hand or powder duster, bulbous duster, flour sifter or other suitable equipment to areas where crawling insects are found. Apply lightly and uniformly. For best results, use in areas where dust application cannot be affected by heavy rains or high winds. When applying to plants, use a light dusting of LAST CRAWL™ Insecticide Powder on both sides of the plant leaves. Wet Powder Application Mix 6 tablespoons of LAST CRAWL™ Insecticide Powder per 1 quart of water. Mix well before application, and continue mixing during application. Use a bottle with spray settings. Apply to the point of wetness around foundations, shrubs, flower beds, gardens, using a suitable applicator. One quart of mixture will treat 108 sq. ft. Product remains effective for as long as it is present. Apply a light dusting of LAST CRAWL™ Insecticide Powder to areas where insects are found or may hide including ant trails, gardens, shrub/flower beds, door frames, entrance ways, perimeter foundations, patios, window frames, window sills, garbage or recycling bins, etc. Dust insects directly where possible. For best results, leave the treated area undisturbed for two to three days to eliminate existing and reoccurring infestations. When using LAST CRAWL™ Insecticide Powder for garden use, wash all produce thoroughly before using. Please note: When using DE insecticides, such as Last Crawl, please see label for full and specific use instructions. Our Last Crawl products are safe to use and are OMRI listed for use in organic production.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2017-08-03

Can Red Lake Earth be used to cut down the bothersome flies when beef cattle are out in the pastures? If so, what is the best way to keep the flies away, in their feed or dusted on their bodies?

Asked by: Sparkie1313
Red Lake Earth is not registered for use as an insecticide/pesticide, therefore we cannot recommend that it be used for this purpose (it is registered for use in animal feed as an anti-caking agent or pelleting aid, in an amount not to exceed two percent of the total diet). However, Food Chemical Codex Grade diatomaceous earth, in general, does kill crawling insects and larvae when they come into contact with it. If you choose to use the product for this purpose, you would have to do your own research as this is considered an off label use.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2019-05-29

Does this have an expiration date? I was given a bag to use for my animal feed and garden (I have insect problems in my garden bed) but I don’t know how old the bag is & it’s full. It’s a fine light brown powder.. does it expire?

Asked by: Yvar
Red Lake Earth does not expire. As long as it is stored in a cool, dry area, it is good for an indefinite period of time.
Answered by: Absorbent Products
Date published: 2018-08-08
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