Ferti-Lome Root Stimulator and Plant Starter Solution 4-10-3 helps your new plants and transplants grow greener and with more vigor by using a combination of hormone type root stimulator and fertilizer. This stimulator promotes early root formation which in turn leads to stronger roots. Use Ferti-Lome Root Stimulator and Plant Starter Solution 4-10-3 to lessen transplant shock. Whenever you start or transplant roses, trees, shrubs, house plants, annuals, or perennials reach for Ferti-Lome Root Stimulator and Plant Starter Solution 4-10-3.
|Active Ingredient:||Total Nitrogen - 4% |
Available Phosphate - 10%
Soluble Potash - 3%
|For use in:||trees, shrubs, Roses, annuals, house plants, and perennials|
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Yield:||Flowers, shrubs and trees: 3-1/2 tablespoons per gallon of water. Mix 1-8 pints per plant transplanted |
House plants: 1/2 cup per quart of soil (a 6-inch pot holds approximately 1 quart of soil)
|Manufactured By:||VPG (UPC: 732221106406)|
Ferti-Lome Root Stimulator and Plant Starter Solution 4-10-3 helps plants become established quickly and helps insure vigorous growth.
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May 13, 2013Jack from Spfld. Ohio asked:
QHow often should Ferti-Lome Root Stimulator be used on a planted tree?
newly planted tree. Crimson King
ANormally this product is applied as you are putting in the new tree/plant to the soil. This is typically only a one time treatment that gets followed up after application with a watering of the soil around the new plant. We are not as familiar with this product as it is new to our inventory so if you would like more detailed information regarding the use of this product, you can contact the manufacturer VPG at 1-888-583-5296.
May 21, 2013Danny from Kansas City, Mo asked:
QI put this product on my vegetable plants is this ok?
AFerti-Lome Root Stimulator and Plant Starter Solution 4-10-3 is only labeled to be used around non-edible trees, shrubs, ornamentals. Please contact you Local Cooperative Extension office to determine a product you can safely use on your veggies.