Soluble Organic Fertilizer
After several years of relying primarily on Miracle-Gro's Miracid 30-10-10 fertilizer for my potted blueberry bushes, I've decided to experiment with a water soluble organic alternative this year. The little man in my head who likes to overthink things is pressuring me to put together a combination of fertilizers to achieve a 3-1-2 npk ratio. For example, if I blended...
10 % PVFS Liquid Fish (2-4-0.2)
70% Aqua Power Liquid Fish (5-1-1)
20% Earth Juice Meta K (0-0-7)
...I'd end up with an npk analysis of 3.7-1.1-2.1. I would also add Maxicrop's soluble kelp powder, which would boost K a little bit further. My question Is whether there's any point to this -- I often have a tendency to make things needlessly complicated (I can be a wee bit obsessive) when a simple solution would suffice. I can't help but wonder if I'm chasing after an ideal ratio that's might not translate all that well with organics. Does anyone have thoughts or suggestions?
BTW -- I'm well acquainted with the argument against using organic fertilizers in container media, so I'm not looking to reopen that debate.
This post was edited by shazaam on Fri, Mar 8, 13 at 10:57