Fertilizers replace lost nutrients in the soil, ensuring healthy plant growth. They're like nutritional supplements for your garden.
Fertilizer is usually applied in the spring, mixed into the garden soil before planting. Timing is crucial for a successful harvest.
Different vegetables require different nutrients. Understanding your plants' needs is key to choosing the right fertilizer.
Both processed and organic fertilizers can be used in your garden. Each type has its own benefits and considerations.
Granular fertilizers can be broadcast over a large area or side-dressed alongside your rows. They should be worked into the top 3 to 5 inches of soil.
Liquid fertilizers are applied by dissolving the product in irrigation water. They should be applied to the leaves of the plant and the soil around the plant.
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