Organic Asparagus Fertilizer, Fertilizers

Fertilizers

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Organic Asparagus Fertilizer, Fertilizers

Fertilizers

Organic, All-Natural & Non-GMO Sourced Asparagus Fertilizer (4-3-1)! The Urban Farmer Asparagus Fertilizer will increase asparagus yields, size, health and taste. This 4-3-1 (NPK) fertilizer ratio is specially formulated to get the most out of your asparagus. This fertilizer gives the asparagus exactly what it needs at the right time. Our asparagus fertilizer also contains several other beneficial vitamins, minerals and microbes for improving soil health. Directions: Use 1 cup of asparagus fertilizer (4-3-1) for every 25 foot row of asparagus. Apply in early spring when growth is first seen. For best results apply a second feeding of 1 cup asparagus fertilizer to every 25 foot row in late summer to promote root growth. 1 pound will feed 15 foot row of asparagus for an entire season. How much asparagus fertilizer do I need? 45' Row of Asparagus: 3 lbs 90' Row of Asparagus: 6 lbs 360' Row of Asparagus: 24 lbs Derived from: Alfalfa Meal, Gypsum, Fish Bone Meal, Blood Meal, Feather Meal, & Sulfate of Potash. Guaranteed Analysis: Total Nitrogen (N) ..................... 4.00% Available Phosphate (P2O5)..... 3.00% Soluble Potash (K2O) ............... 1.00% Calcium (Ca) ............................. 11.00% Sulfur (S) ................................... 5.20%
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Product Details

Weight

25

Depth

9

Height

24

Width

6

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