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The Peters Excel 15-5-15 Cal-Mag Special Fertilizer 25 lbs. (E99140) features an advanced all-purpose formulation that is ideal for potted, bedding and cut flowers. Its combined high nitrate and low phosphate with added calcium and magnesium provide utmost nutrition for flowers. It has 15 percent nitrogen, 5 percent phosphate, 15 percent potash and other essential micronutrients. The fertilizer is great in operations irrigating with water type 2. Available in Canada (SKU#E99143).
|Active Ingredient:||Nitrogen - 15%
Phosphate - 5%
Potash - 15%
Calcium - 5.0%, Magnesium - 2.0%, Boron - 0.0187%, Copper - 0.0187%, Iron - 0.075%, Manganese - 0.035%, Molybdenum - 0.0075%, Zinc - 0.0375%
|For use in:||Potted, Bedding and Cut Flowers|
|Application:||1 tsp. per gallon of water for 194 ppm
1 tbsp. per 2 gallons of water for 291 ppm
1 cup per 25 gallons of water for 372 ppm
* See label for complete application instructions
|Material / Construction:||Derived from: ammonium nitrate, potassium nitrate, calcium nitrate, magnesium nitrate, urea phosphate, magnesium sulfate, boric acid, copper sulfate, iron EDTA, manganese sulfate, ammonium molybdate, zinc sulfate|
|Special Features:||Easy to use, can be mixed together and reduces the need for multiple stock tanks|
|Shipping Weight:||25.05 lbs|
|Manufactured By:||Everris Na Inc. (Mfg. Number: E99140)|
Continuous feeding is recommended over periodic or pulse feeding as this practice provides a more uniform and optimal feed program.
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By Doug in Pgh, PA on 07/10/2014
This is a great fertilizer for tropical. I grow several types of palms, elephant ears and bananas as well as flowering varieties. This really perks them up.
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04/18/2015 Richard from Jacksonville Florida
QWhat is the mixing ratio of Peters Excel 15-5-15 Cal - Mag Special Fertilizer? parts per gallon?
AThe mixing ratio on the Peters Excel 15-5-15 Cal depends on the target fertilizer concentration after dilution you are looking to achieve according to the product label. For spray cans, it does say 1 tsp for 1 gallon of water.