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I’ve been experimenting with lately fertilizers. For years, my primary fertilizers are cottonseed meal and fish emulsion. Both are easy to find and easy to use.
I’ve been happy with the results too, but they have been curious about new products that have components NPK beyond the norm. Today it is easy to find with humic acid fertilizers, mycorrhiza and a good variety of micronutrients. After talking with Ryan Neil about Mirai approach to food – Ryan has seen good results of such fertilizers -. I decided to give it a try several
E. B. natural and organic stone home Food
Dr. pellets of life on Earth
Happy Frog fertilizer Japanese maple
I’m using fertilizers and tea bags directly on the ground. Some trees have only one of the above, others get some of each.
Chinese quince with cotton seed meal, Dr. Earth Life, and EB Stone Home
3-1 / 2-year-old black pines with Japanese maple happy Frog fertilizer
2-1 / 2-year-old black pines with EB Stone Home
2-1 / 2 year old red pines pilled Dr. Earth Life
01.01 / 2-year-old black pines with balls Dr. Earth Life
Shimpaku cuttings with a mixture of fertlizers
various different boards fertilizers
do not expect to see big differences in growth or health with different fertilizers, but I’m curious to see if any tendency to develop.
A couple of things I noticed right away. E. B. Stone boot finds its way into the soil well, but can inhibit the drainage and fine particles can form a crust on the soil surface – as a result, I like to use it in tea bags. Water drains through Dr. Earth Life granules applied directly to soil better than it does through E.B. Stone or fertilizers Japanese maple happy frog. cottonseed meal works very well on the soil surface or in tea bags.
I’ll keep experimenting with more of my trees throughout the year and will be sure to share if you notice any general trends.
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