Granular, Pelleted, Soluble and Liquid Fertilizers – Which is Best?
Growing up is hard to do. Just ask your vegetable garden. In just a few short months, all those veggies will go from seed to ready-to-harvest size. Even the smallest vegetable, like a Cherry Belle radish or a Little Finger carrot, will have increased in size by several hundred percent. To grow so much in a short amount of time, your vegetables need good nutrition. This means providing organic fertilizers in the proper quantities and frequencies. You know you need to check the NPK (learn more about this in our video Plant Nutrition). But what kind of fertilizer is best?