Apply to top of soil by hand or with a mechanical spreader
Fertilizer for containers, vegetable gardens, flower beds and more. These organic products are great for replenishing soil between grows in your raised bed!
Every bag of Healthy Grow® starts simply – with a chicken. The chickens at Pearl Valley Farms provide eggs to sell under Pearl Valley Eggs division, while the waste they produce is the main ingredient in their organic composted fertilizer!
Spiked Soil produces specialized potting soil and fertilizers to help inexperienced growers create fertile and healthy growing spaces without mixing and matching products.
Derived from 30% food waste and free of "miracle chemicals", this balanced formula combines the best possible soil-building micronutrients and a special blend of natural ingredients designed for optimal plant growth.
Formulated to give roses the extra nourishment they crave, these spikes work underground to provide plants with continuous nourishment at their roots. For best results, use in early spring when new growth begins. Spikes come in a waterproof, resealable pouch.
For roses, flowers, and shrubs! Systemic Rose & Flower is specifically formulated to provide up to 8 weeks of insect control, as well as essential macro plus micro nutrients.
Made from water soluble powders or liquid concentrates that, when mixed with water, form a fertilizer solution
Jack’s Nutrients gives you choices that work for many different controlled environments without the hype or confusion of extravagant names or crazy labels. Real fertilizer to get you real results. Their efficient powdered solutions deliver the exact nutrient balance according to the crops requirements.
Nature's Source organic and high-efficiency plant nutrition brings out the best in everything you grow. Ideal for a wide range of organic crops. Good for everything the home gardener grows organically – inside and out.
With a 2-7-7 N-P-K ratio, this tropical plant food has been specifically formulated to meet the unique needs of cacti and succulents.
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