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Pennington Alaska All Purpose Dry Fish Fertilizer is a natural based low-odor plant food that provides indoor and outdoor plants with the benefits of fish, kelp, and other traditional organic material. These dust-free pellets are so easy to use - there is no mixing required. This fertilizer is a good source of essential nutrients (nitrogen, potassium, calcium, and phosphorus) that your plants need. Alaska All Purpose Dry Fertilizer gradually releases its nitrogen so that it steadily nourishes your garden. It can be used on all plants including fruits, vegetable gardens, trees, roses, and container plants. This fertilizer will not burn.
|Active Ingredient:||Nitrogen - 6%
Phosphorous - 4%
Potassium - 6%
|For use in:||Vegetable Gardens, Small Fruit Trees, Berries, Herbs and Container Plants|
|Application:||When preparing a new planting bed or container, apply fertilizer up to 1 week prior to planting
- Evenly mix the pellets with soil before setting plants, then water them well
- For established plants, scatter the pellets evenly over the soil, and after putting the fertilizer down, mix it lightly into the surface of the soil
- Always water plants and soil after adding fertilizer
* See label for complete application instructions
|Pet safe:||Yes, when used as directed on label|
|Shipping Weight:||3.10 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Pennington (Mfg. Number: 100504562)|
- Made with fish, kelp and other natural ingredients
- Dust-free pellets are easy to use
- Rich in calcium
- Low odor
- Won’t burn
- NPK 6-4-6
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06/10/2014 Dave from Birmingham, Al
QHow much Alaska by Pennington All Purpose Dry Fish Fertilizer should be used for potted plants/herbs?
AFor New Plantlings, you will use 5 cups of Alaska by Pennington All Purpose Dry Fish Fertilizer per 50 sq ft or 3 cups per 50 sq ft row when planting. For Established Plantings, you will use 3 cups of Alaska by Pennington All Purpose Dry Fish Fertilizer per 50 sq ft or 2 cups per 50 sq ft row every 6 weeks during the growing season for herbs per the product label.