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Anybody give nitrogen to Legumes?

Posted by Oxboy555 Las Vegas (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 6, 14 at 19:03

Supposedly legume shrubs like sennas, sephoria and brooms don't need additional nitrogen. Does it hurt to give it to them though periodically? What if you gave them a shot of say 15-5-10 fert once annually in the spring?

Any insight? Thanks.


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RE: Anybody give nitrogen to Legumes?

are they showing any evidence of need for such ...

or are we working simply on the fact that you think your babies are hungry???

i never fert my shrubs ... any kind.. ever ..

that said.. a LITTLE of what you note isnt going to hurt anything... which begs the question ... whats your definition.. of a SHOT???

ken

ps: though i will admit.. i quit planting ones that need pH adjusting.. etc ... if they die.. for lack of anything.. who needs them .. lol ... they are plants.. not children ...


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