Important: Keep product dry until applied. When using this product and other planting products, use garden gloves. Earth-Care Solutions should be applied when temperatures are between 40 F and 85 F. Only apply to the top 2 in. of soil. Spread 1 to 2 pounds of Earth-Care Solutions per 100 square ft. of the garden area prior to or same day as planting. In addition, cover the same area with high-quality compost. After planting, fertilize with Earth-Care Solutions every 30 days at a rate of 1/2 lb. every 100 square ft.
How Would a Turf Grass Use Earth-Care Plus to Maintain
Earth-Care Plus is an organic fertilizer used as topdressing for a well-maintained lawn with turf grass. It is used to protect the developing plants from extreme dryness, be it summer or winter season. To ensure the effectiveness of this fertilizer, this should match the composition of the soil profile.
Recommended Application for Tomatoes
There are various important nutrients tomatoes need to grow successfully. Appropriate application of organic fertilizer and the soil composition are also factors in this. With Earth-Care Plus, you can be assured to the balanced combination of nutrients essential to your plants’ growth.
Spread 10 lbs. of Earth-Care Solutions per 1000 square ft. water for approximately 5-10 min to wet the fertilizer, let sit overnight and mow grass with a mulching mower or standard mower and do not pick up clippings. Continue application of Earth-Care Solutions fertilizer every 6 weeks at a rate of 5 lbs. per 1000 square ft. and continue applications as scheduled and rates as advised.
Fertilizer trees, ornamental shrubs, roses, fruit trees, and vegetables at a rate of 1 lb. of Earth-Care Solutions fertilizer per 100 square ft. from stalk or trunk of the plant to the drip line, every six weeks at rates as advised. Houseplants for every 1/2 square ft. of pot area. Fertilize with 1 tablespoon of Earth-Care Solutions fertilizer. Apply only to the surface of the pot and gently till into of the surface of the soil. Continue applications every six weeks.