The one-shot plan for a fruitful growing season
Down To Earth™ All Purpose 4-6-2 mix is ideal for all types of transplants. A gentle, non-burning fertilizer made for vegetables, herbs, flowers and container plants, it is formulated with top-quality organic ingredients and designed to deliver a steady supply of essential nutrients to your plants while enhancing soil fertility and microbial activity naturally.
TOTAL NITROGEN (N) 4.0%
0.6% Water Soluble Nitrogen
3.4% Water Insoluble Nitrogen
AVAILABLE PHOSPHATE (P2O5) 6.0%
SOLUBLE POTASH (K2O) 2.0%
CALCIUM (Ca) 10.0%
MAGNESIUM (Mg) 1.0%
SULFUR (S) 2.0%
ALSO CONTAINS NON-PLANT FOOD INGREDIENT(S):
2.5% Humic Acids derived from Leonardite
Listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) for use in organic production.
Listed by the Organic Materials Review Institute for use in organic production.
2½ cups ≈ 1 lb; ½ cup ≈ 3.2 oz; 2½ tbsp ≈ 1 oz
To prepare smaller gardens, apply ½ cup per square foot and thoroughly mix into the top 3″ of soil. For larger gardens, apply 3-6 lbs per 100 square feet and thoroughly mix into the top 3″ of soil. For new transplants, add 1-2 tbsp. per hole, mix into soil and water in well. To feed established plants, side dress 2-4 oz, depending on plant size and desired growth rate, once each month during the growing season.
Trees & Shrubs:
Spread 1 lb per 1″ of trunk diameter around the base outwards to the drip line, mix into soil surface and water in well. For new trees, prepare transplant hole and mix 1-2 cups with the backfill soil. Use amended soil to fill in around the new tree and water in well.
Containers & Houseplants:
For new plantings, 2 tbsp. per gallon of soil and mix thoroughly or add 5-10 lbs per cubic yard. For established plants, lightly mix 1-2 tbsp. per gallon into the soil surface once each month during the growing season. To feed established plants, side dress 2-4 tbsp per plant, depending on plant size and desired growth rate, twice each month during the growing season.
Apply 750-1,000 lbs per acre depending on specific crop needs or required pounds of actual nitrogen per acre.