Lady Bug Natural Brand Terra Tonic Super Soil Activator
A liquid fertilizer and soil activator that improves soil texture, stimulate microbes and convert nutrients for plants.
While it doesn’t matter to plants what form of fertilizer they receive, it may matter to you. Liquid fertilizer is great option among the vast array of fertilizers available to you. Whether you need to fertilize your lawn, garden, or houseplants, liquidized fertilizer is a great option to deliver important nutrients to your plants. Continue reading below the products on this page to learn about liquid fertilizers and how to use them.
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About Liquid Fertilizers
Liquid fertilizers contain the same nutrients as granular formulas, but the nutrients are dissolved in water or held in a suspension. A key point to remember when choosing a fertilizer is that granular and liquid fertilizers are equal in effectiveness when used as directed. Recommendations are generally the same for liquid type fertilizers, and can be used on a variety of plants. You can find liquid fertilizer for turf, very similar to the granular formulas commonly used. There are also many formulas for houseplants, gardens, window boxes, etc.
In many ways, liquid fertilizers are applied much like water soluble (granular) fertilizers. The rate of application is very similar, and wet or moist soil is necessary to avoid damage to lawn or plants. Following the exact recommendations found on the package is crucial to success in your fertilizer application. Keep these tips in mind when using liquid fertilizers:
Generally speaking, the yield is about 1,000 square feet of coverage for every 22 ounces of fertilizer. Example: If you purchase a 2.5 gallon jug of liquid fertilizer (since 2.5 US gallons = 320 US fluid ounces), a 2.5 gallon jug would yield roughly 14,500 square feet of coverage (320 / 22 = 14.5 x 1,000 = 14,500 square ft.). The average .25 acre lot is about 10,000 square feet.