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Re: Fertilizer Bargain

Bob Axmear wrote:
> venies.place wrote:
> >
> > Not to sound like an idiot, but what is Osmocote?
> >
> > Pottsey
> Hi Pottsey
>         I don't think anyone has answered you. Osmocote is an encapsulated
> time-release fertilizer that gives off fertilizer in small doses all
> summer. Or something close to this.
> Bye
> Bob
> --
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> message text UNSUBSCRIBE HOSTA-OPENOn most blends, the timed relese part refers to just the nitrogen.  The 
other elements are "naturally" slower to become avaliable.  One thing to 
understand, is the other numbers associated with timed release feeds.  
Osmocote for instance is frequently sold as a 50/50 14-14-14.  The 50/50 
refers to the speed of realese of the Nitrogen.  In this case, half of 
the nitrogen would be released at the normal rate, and in a four month 
formula, the balance would become slowly avaliable over the next four 
Ran Lydell
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