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Hi All,

Are these organic fertilizer sticks I see for
outdoor plants any good?

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T wrote:
Hi All,

Are these organic fertilizer sticks I see for
outdoor plants any good?


dunno, give a name of a brand.

likely though you can often do better for almost
any fertilizer by buying in bulk and not small
quantities.

the best i come up with for fertilizer here is
worm castings from the worm farm. since it all
comes from scraps there isn't much cost for it and
there's between 100-200 pounds of it each spring
(there used to be more but i've downsized from
17 buckets to 10).


songbird


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