Whether your garden is full of rich herbs, plump vegetables, or stunning flowers, it takes meticulous work and garden care to create and maintain a garden. For that reason, garden fertilizing can be intimidating. Your plants need fertilizer to grow, but do you need a special fertilizer for fruit and vegetables? What about your delicate flowers, will certain fertilizers be too harsh? Simple Lawn Solutions carries the garden fertilizer your plants crave, with all the nurturing nutrients and none of the harmful fillers.
We recommend obtaining a soil test if you have not tested your soil in awhile to get a good idea of the profile of your soil and what it may need.
Once your soil is conditioned to hold onto nutrients, it’s time to add the micronutrients! The micronutrients your garden needs activate many plant functions. If you are looking for a product that contains micro nutrients, our Micronutrient Booster is exactly what you need.
By adding MicroBooster Micronutrient Fertilizer into your garden care routine, you are adding six essential nutrients that your soil will harness to develop and grow your garden plants. These nutrients are:
Seeing all those nutrients might cause hesitation if you are a fruit and vegetable grower. But never fear, our products and ingredients were designed to be safe on fruit, vegetables, flowers, and of course, your lawn! Remember what the soil conditioner and micronutrients are there to do: fend off disease and pests. Without these ingredients in your garden fertilizing, you might be picking fruit and vegetables that have harmful bacteria or the start of a disease. Instead of risking feeding those to your family, create a safe and healthy environment for your crops to grow!
The best time to condition your soil and apply your micronutrients is in the spring or fall. During these seasons, your garden soil is stable enough for some serious garden care and maintenance. You want to apply the Root Hume in four stages, but they vary, depending on if you have a fruit-forming garden or not. For a fruit-forming garden, condition in this order.
For non-fruit gardens, you can spread out the four applications however you like, but be sure to start at planting. Make sure to mix five ounces of Root Hume Soil Conditioner with one gallon of water for proper garden fertilizing concentration. The Micronutrient Booster is even easier; you can apply it as needed! We recommend using every 10-14 days. Mix four tablespoons of the Micronutrient Booster to each gallon of water needed, depending on the size of your garden.
Before you set off to pamper your garden into a flowering plot, here are a few tips to get the best results:
What are you waiting for? Grab your garden fertilizing needs and get to work – your beautiful garden is waiting to bloom!
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Grass that has the right concentration of nitrogen will look lush and green, grow strong and fast, and appear thick and healthy. If your lawn is lacking nitrogen, it will be readily apparent to the naked eye. Nitrogen deficiencies cause the grass to appear discolored — such as yellow or orange, be smaller or stunted in growth, and each blade may have an unusual shape. Your lawn may also appear patchy or uneven.
Whether you’re just getting started growing a brand-new lawn or you’re looking to treat problem areas in your backyard, there are a variety of products that can help you create the beautiful green oasis you’ve been dreaming of.
Weed removal is not an easy feat. To make this lawn care task less overwhelming, consider breaking up the areas of your lawn into sections and every week tackling one section at a time. A phased approach will make weed removal more manageable. Later on, we will discuss proper weed removal and disposal to prevent further seeding and spread of grass weeds.