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Dr. Earth Bud and Bloom Booster 4-10-7 (25lb) - F9031

Dr. Earth Bud and Bloom Booster 4-10-7 (25lb)
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Feed For Maximum Blooms

Organic 8™ fertilizer produces remarkable results because nutrients are released quickly, yet continue to feed for several months. Ultra-premium scientific formula provides optimum levels of primary essential plant nutrients, including micronutrients and multi-minerals. Infused with ProBiotic®—consisting of “Seven Champion Strains” of beneficial soil microbes and eight select strains of ecto and endo mycorrhizae—which contributes to drought tolerance, enhanced nutrient availability, and increased plant performance.

The Dr.Earth® probiotics are a most complete “broad-spectrum” bio-active package designed to work synergistically with the raw organic nutrients that make up the Organic 8™ formula. This spectacular blend builds soil health, promotes superior buds and blooms with larger and more abundant plant production.

  • Primary & secondary nutrients derived from: Fish bone meal, feather meal, potassium sulphate, alfalfa meal, kelp meal and seaweed extract.
  • Fruit Trees, Citrus, Grapes & Berries
    • New plantings: Before you plant, add 2 cups per 1/2 cubic foot (approx. 5 gallons) of soil that will be added to the planting hole. Once planting is completed, add an additional cup around the plant and mix into the soil. Water thoroughly.
    • Established plants: Use 2 cups for every inch of trunk diameter (measured at 4”– 6” above the soil line). Work into the soil gently. Water thoroughly and apply every other month during the growing season, or make fertilizer tea as per the section below.
  • Flowering Shrubs, Vines & Roses
    • New plantings: Before you plant, add 1 cup per 1/2 cubic foot (approx. 5 gallons) of soil that will be added to the planting hole. Once planting is completed, add an additional cup around the plant and mix into the soil. Water thoroughly. Apply every 8 weeks during the growing season.
    • Established plants: Use 2 cups for every inch of trunk diameter (measured at 4”– 6” above the soil line). Work into the soil gently, use inside of the drip line. Or make fertilizer tea as per the section below. Water thoroughly and apply every other month during the growing season.
  • Flowering Container Plants
    • New plantings: When planting, mix 1 heaping tablespoon to each quart of Potting Soil, or add 1/2 cup per 1/2 cubic foot (approx. 5 gallons) of Potting Soil. Water thoroughly. Your newly potted plants will love it!
    • Established plants: Sprinkle 1 tablespoon for a 6” container, or 4 tablespoons for a 12” container. Scratch into the soil gently, and cover with a thin layer (approx. 1/2 - 1”) of organic mulch when possible. Water thoroughly.

  • Item Model Number: F9031
  • Shipping Dimensions: 23 x 15 x 3 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 28 pounds

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