Using incorrect fertilizer on annuals - Knowledgebase Question

Atkinson, NH
Question by martyadler
July 26, 2006
Today I used mir-acid on my annuals(petunias, impatients, New Guinea impatients, geraniums). I didn't realize my error until I was finished. I re-watered the plants in an attempt to flush out the mir-acid. Will this cause harm to my plants? Is there anything I can do about it? This is the only time I have done this. Thank you for your help.
Sincerely,
Mrs. Martha Adler


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Answer from NGA
July 26, 2006

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A one time application (or even a few uses) will not harm them as long as you did not exceed the dilution rate on the label. Flushing them with water is fine, it will dilute it. Your plants should be just fine.

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