Fertilizers

Discussion in 'The Refreshment Lounge' started by Scotty32, Jun 22, 2009.

  1. Scotty32

    Scotty32 Registered User

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    Anyone have a preference on which feed to use?
    I switched back to Miracle Grow liquid after Ortho feed pellets.
    Ortho burned my corn and killed the squash. Not sure if the squash
    burned up because of the heat or not.
     
  2. TCShelton

    TCShelton Founding Member Premium Member

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    I use Miracle Grow on the flower beds, but no fertilizer at all in the vegetable garden.
     
  3. rhitland

    rhitland Founding Member Premium Member

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    The heat are getting mine but that is to be expected plant more now and at the end of every month till September and you will have a constant healthy plant, a dying & almost dead plant. You gotta go organic though Brother micarle grow will have you having to use viagra by the time your 40! lol :)
     
  4. Scotty32

    Scotty32 Registered User

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    "...micarle grow will have you having to use viagra by the time your 40!"

    Duly noted!
     
  5. owls84

    owls84 Moderator Premium Member

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    What about a Lawn, I just need a little something to get it to green. The weeds aren't a problem but it is a light green and a little tan in areas. Bermuda by the way.
     
  6. Scotty32

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  7. Nate Riley

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    I side dress my squash and tomatoes with a little bit of 13-13-13. And use Miracle grow if necessary. I used granular lime as well, before planting.

    I have some hay/cow manure compost that is great for organic gardening. We every spring (late) we push/pile up the top of the ground were our hay rings sit all winter, cover it and let it go through a heat. You might be able to find a cow man in your area does (or would do) the same thing.
     
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