fertilizer - Knowledgebase Question

stuart, Fl
Question by randmare
February 9, 2009
I have potted plants, what type of fertilizer should I be using? They are indoor and out door potted plants. (Florida)


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Answer from NGA
February 9, 2009

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Because the roots of potted plants are confined, they are more susceptible to fertilizer burn so the safest and easiest way to feed them is with a water soluable houseplant fertilizer. I use Miracle-Gro, Peter's and Shultz's (whichever is on sale at the time!) Use a half-strength dilution and feed every two weeks during the growing season. (i.e. one TBS. per gallon of water instead of the recommended two TBS.) Feeding every 2 weeks provides all the necessary elements to the plant roots without the fear of salt burn. Best wishes with your plants!

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