Question about Legumes and 3-1-2 fert ratio
Talking about non-veggie legumes like sennas, sephora, brooms etc...
Supposedly these plants can 'fix' nitrogen out of the atmosphere and don't require fertilizer that contains nitrogen.
Yet, we've read that nearly all plants respond well to the 3-1-2 fert ratio.
Is it better to feed these legumes with a 0-1-2? Or is there no harm in feeding the 3-1-2 as with nearly all other plants? Thoughts?
This post was edited by Oxboy555 on Wed, Mar 12, 14 at 1:55