This section contains the questions and answers for the group "Fertilizer"
My brother buys your turkey compost. What other kinds of compost do you have? What is the best to use for clay hard soil?
Asked by: Deon Jensen from S Jordan on 5/12/2011
I am wanting to plant some blueberries at my house. Can blueberries be grown successfully here in our area?
Asked by: Tausha from Orem on 3/11/2011
Hi, I recently visited your store and purchased a 15 gal Ginkgo tree. How would you recommend safely removing it from the pot to plant? Also, what are your recommendations for proper planting, watering, fertilizing and tying/securing it? I also purchased a small golden delicious apple tree. Would the recommendations be different for this tree? Thank you!
Asked by: Gretel from Provo on 1/19/2011
I think our trees need some iron, but how do we know how much to use? Our soil is VERY clay and sticky. We tilled in a lot of nutrimulch before we planted anything, but it still dries as hard as a rock (literally) and is very sticky when wet. I don't understand about acidic soil vs. alkaline, or which one is clay. Also, the iron that we have said that it is a soil acidifier. Will that work for the trees and my blue hydrangea bush (to be sure to get blue blooms)? It is from Cook's: Hi-Yield Iron Plus
Asked by: dorothy badger from orem on 6/1/2007
We have started square foot gardening this year (raised boxes). With various vegetables (peppers, tomatoes, melons, peas). We are having a had time with the peppers, tomatoes and peppers. The leaves start turning brown and drying up from the end to inward. I have used miracle grow, slow releasing 10-10-10 fertilizer and a natural fertilizer. I keep a check on the soil moisture as to not to over water. The radishes, spinach and broccoli are doing well. What to do for the problem with leaves turning brown and drying up? thanks!
Asked by: Brian from Eagle Mountain on 5/29/2004
What are the numbers on the bags of fertilizer?
Asked by: Steve from Orem on 4/11/2000