- Protein-based nutrients that provide feeding with no manure odor
- All-in-one particle for easy application and coverage with little dust.
- Beneficial microbes that assist in the breakdown of organic matter into nutrients which helps stimulate root development and water efficiency in plants
- Brand Name: Whitney Farms
- Sub Brand: Tomato & Vegetable
- Product Form: Granules
- Organic: Yes
- Product Type: Plant Food
- Container Size: 4 lb.
- Fertilizer Analysis (N-P-K): 2-4-2
- Indoor or Outdoor: Indoor and Outdoor
- Packaging Type: Bagged
- Plant Type: Vegetables
- Concentrated: No
Just a reminder…Gardening can be a dirty business! We recommend using gardening gloves and washing your hands afterwards. Use with adult supervision and store in a dry area away from kids and pets.
- Apply Whitney Farms® Organic & Natural Tomato & Vegetable Food
- Mix into soil
HOW MUCH TO APPLY
|Garden vegetables including tomatoes and peppers, other fruiting plants, leafy greens, and root crops container vegetables||2 ½ tbsp. per sq. ft. (1 ft. x 1 ft.). Use half this rate for carrots. HINT: For larger areas, apply ¾ cup per 4 sq. ft.(2 ft. x 2 ft.), or 4 cups per 25 sq. ft. (5 ft. x 5 ft.)||Feed at planting time and again midway through the growing season.|
|Container vegetables||¼ cup per 1 gal of soil in a pot. HINT: A standard 6 in. pot holds ½ gal. soil, a 12 in. pot holds 3 ½ gal. soil||Feed at planting time and again midway through the growing season.|
HOW TO MIX
For new plantings: Spread plant food over garden area to be planted following recommended amounts. Work food into the soil to a depth of 6 to 8 in. by digging or tilling. Water thoroughly after feeding and planting.
For established plants: Carefully work plant food in the soil around the plant. Avoid piling plant food against the stem or trunk.
Containers: When choosing a container, pick one that has a drainage hole. Find a clear or matching saucer to catch any excess water.
For success: Regular feeding promotes big, strong plants with colorful blooms and bountiful harvests.
Don’t overfeed. Overfeeding can be as harmful as underfeeding. Feeding too much can cause weak growth to become susceptible to pests and diseases. Different plants have different plant food needs – find out what your plant prefers and keep a regular schedule.
Contents are 100% biodegradable.