Organic Fruit Fertilizer, Fertilizers

Fertilizers

Organic Fruit Fertilizer, Fertilizers

Fertilizers

Organic, All-Natural & Non-GMO Sourced Fruit Fertilizer (6-4-4)! The Urban Farmer Fruit Fertilizer is a great choice for blueberries, blackberries, grapes and raspberries. This fruit fertilizer will increase yields, health and taste of your fruits. The 6-4-4 (NPK) fertilizer ratio is formulated to feed your fruits exactly when they need it. This fertilizer also contains several other beneficial vitamins, minerals and microbes that restore soil health. Directions: Spread 1 tablespoon of fruit fertilizer (6-4-4) around the base of each fruit plant in early spring. Apply an additional tablespoon for each year of growth up to 8 tablespoons. Apply a second application of same quantity when fruits begin to appear. 3 lbs will feed a 10-20 fruit plants for an entire season. How much fruit fertilizer do I need? 10-20 Fruit Plants: 3 lbs 20-40 Fruit Plants: 6 lbs 80-160 Fruit Plants: 24 lbs Derived from: Blood Meal, Fish Bone Meal, Gypsum, Alfalfa Meal, Sulfate of Potash & Feather Meal. Guaranteed Analysis: Total Nitrogen (N) ..................... 6.00% Available Phosphate (P2O5)..... 4.00% Soluble Potash (K2O) ............... 4.00% Calcium (Ca) ............................. 9.50%
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$160.00

Product Details

Weight

25

Depth

9

Height

24

Width

6

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