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I got a lot of good responses on my last topic, My summer crops are not growing, Help. So what is a good organic fertilizer? I am really disapointed because I thought that my worm compost was going to be the best organic fertilizer you could use.
MY tomatoes, squash and peppers are all started to produce. Since I grow not so much for myself but for my flock of birds I usually never use any form of fertilizer... but this year they look as if they could use a bit of something. Is it too late to
Hi, I might be paranoid... So I made a little mistake. One and a half weeks a ago I used my watering can to water my bonsai, and put in some liquid fertilizer. Now, in the meantime I have rinsed and flushed the watering can out, but today
I picked up a bag of Zoom Organic fertilizer & added to my garden about 2 weeks ago. And like a ditz, I did not pay attention to the ratio, but it is only 4-3-2. Last week I sprayed Miracle Grow Liquiafeed, which is recomended to be applied every 7-14
Has anyone here used diluted camomile tea as a foliar spray on seedlings or seed trays that are slow to germinate? I read on another forum where people have used this to prompt those late seedlings to emerge. Another variation (second step if the tea
Will it harm a scorpion to use a soil with fertilizer? I just came across a bag of soil. its miracle gro Nursery select all purpose potting mix, Will it kill him?
My plants seem to be very sluggish, so I decided to get some fertilizer. I found Zoom Organic, which are pellots. The instructions say to work them into the soil, but I was wondering if I could add them to water, shake & let it desolve, then water