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Use bulb fertilizer for plant other than bulbs?

Posted by journeymom 9b (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 5, 13 at 17:47

I've got some 'Master Nursery' brand 5-10-5 bulb fertilizer, not bothering with bulbs this year. Can other plants benefit from it? I don't want to just toss some around the yard. Would that burn or poison other plants?

I've got a couple tomatoes, jalepeno, rosemary and sage, all in containers. Can they use this kind of food?


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RE: Use bulb fertilizer for plant other than bulbs?

Certainly. I personally prefer fertilizers with lower numbers. you are less likely to burn your plants and it is better for the soil and ground water.

I use bulb food on anything: perennials, annuals, vegetables, you name it.


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RE: Use bulb fertilizer for plant other than bulbs?

Excellent! I've got almost 3 pounds left, don't want to waist it.

And thank you!

This post was edited by journeymom on Thu, Jun 6, 13 at 15:10


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