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Citrus & Fruit Tree Food 7-3-3 (4 lb box) - F343

Indoor Citrus

Indoor Citrus

Fertilizing Fruit Trees

Fertilizing Fruit Trees

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Application Rates:



Citrus Trees -- Based on the age of the tree, use the following amounts (starting in February): 1 year, 3/4 cup per month; 2 years, 2 cups every other month; 3 years, 1.5 lbs 4 times per year; 4 years, 2.5 lbs 4 times per year; 5 years, 4.75 lbs 4 times per year; 6-7 years, 5.5 lbs 4 times per year; mature, 8 lbs 4 times per year.



Citrus in Containers -- As a general guideline use 3 Tbs for every 8" of pot diameter monthly during the growing season starting in February.



Avocados -- use citrus application rates, but only 3 applications per year.



Established Fruit Trees -- Apply 2 cups for each 1" of trunk diameter, max 8 cups per year for large established trees. Divide into 3 applications; first application when the trees begin to emerge from dormancy.

Important Information for Certified Organic Growers

We do our best to update our product's organic status, however the status of any product can change at anytime without notice from the manufacturer. Please confirm that the product is allowed by your certifying agency and that it's still on CDFA's organic input material list at cdfa.ca.gov

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