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Miracle-Gro 2756210 Water Soluble Bloom Booster Plant Food 15-30-15 500g $4

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[Amazon.ca] Miracle-Gro 2756210 Water Soluble Bloom Booster Plant Food 15-30-15 500g $4

Miracle-Gro Water Soluble Bloom Booster Plant Food 15-30-15 500g $4 at Amazon
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Thanks Op

Maybe my strawberries will make a single berry before winter time with this.
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xjesterxx wrote: Thanks Op

Maybe my strawberries will make a single berry before winter time with this.
2756510 would fit your fruit better...

thanks OP and 2 boxes ordered
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Thanks OP, also ordered 2
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Would like to stock up some for the next year, anyone knows if plant food will expiration or not?
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laurawow wrote: Would like to stock up some for the next year, anyone knows if plant food will expiration or not?
Shelf life is indefinite.



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Is this only for blooming flowers? Or good for other plants like money tree, or jade, or ivy, or pothos or whatever?

It says it's good for other plants too, but there's so many other plants and different formulations this is 15-30-15 but so many other formulations so how do you know what to use?
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xjesterxx wrote: Thanks Op

Maybe my strawberries will make a single berry before winter time with this.
Could be a number of issues. Strawberries don't really need to be fertilized. To be successful they should be planted together so bees and other flying insects can help cross pollinate. If your area lacks bees you can cross pollinate with a paint brush by touching one flower and then move it to another. The wind may take care of some of these but it's mostly the bees that do the work.

You also want to make sure you have some space between the leaves and base of the plant. They don't like to be covered with soil...it suffocates them. Just have enough to cover the roots and a bit of the bottom.

Sunlight is also important. You'll need mostly full sun to see max production out of your strawberries. I have three planters on my railing and 6 large pots on the ground of strawberries. All produce right up to mid fall. Mine are the ever bearing variety.
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rancid82 wrote: Could be a number of issues. Strawberries don't really need to be fertilized. To be successful they should be planted together so bees and other flying insects can help cross pollinate. If your area lacks bees you can cross pollinate with a paint brush by touching one flower and then move it to another. The wind may take care of some of these but it's mostly the bees that do the work.

You also want to make sure you have some space between the leaves and base of the plant. They don't like to be covered with soil...it suffocates them. Just have enough to cover the roots and a bit of the bottom.

Sunlight is also important. You'll need mostly full sun to see max production out of your strawberries. I have three planters on my railing and 6 large pots on the ground of strawberries. All produce right up to mid fall. Mine are the ever bearing variety.
Some varieties will also not produce anything in their first year. This is where mine are. Growing great, spreading like wildfire, but no blooms. They seem healthy otherwise.
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TheGoodDealer wrote: Will this work well for herbs?
No. You’ll want something with a higher nitrogen to phosphorus ratio like a 3-1-2 (6-2-4 and so on).

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I picked up the Miracle-Gro Liquafeed All Purpose Plant Food Concentrate on clearance at Walmart USA (2019).
This is the best product I've ever used in my vegetable garden.
Not sure if there's any difference with the Canadian version but the tomatoes plants were like 6ft tall.
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HDawg wrote: No. You’ll want something with a higher nitrogen to phosphorus ratio like a 3-1-2 (6-2-4 and so on).
What happens if you use this anyways? Is it bad for your herbs? Or just not optimized (but still nutritional)
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fightbriz wrote: What happens if you use this anyways? Is it bad for your herbs? Or just not optimized (but still nutritional)
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Nubby666 wrote: Have you seen the scene from terminator 2 when sarah connor is standing by the fence and the nuke is dropped? Ya....just like that
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