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Old April 8, 2017   #16
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Karen0, great job those are gorgeous plants. I just ordered some of the mg shake and feed for vegetables. I have always used garden tone and would like your opinion on using the mg in conjunction with the garden tone which I mix in when potting up. If so how much say per five gallon? I use 5 gal for peppers and 15 for tomatoes. Thanks
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Hi, I am not familiar with garden tone. What's in it?
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Old April 8, 2017   #18
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Garden tone is organic slow release by espoma. Formulation is 3 4 4. There is poultry manure, feather meal, bone meal, and alfafa meal. Plus microbes. I try to grow as organic as I realistically can but I am not a fanatic with it.
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