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Re: fertilizer application rate

Is your fertilizer "slow release?" If so, look on a package of garden 
Osmocote or Dynamite for advice.
My Dynamite label (13-13-13 plus minors) states that
you should use 1/4 cup around plants that came in 1
gallon pots. Less around smaller plants. Slow release
fertilizers don't start 'working' until the soil is about 70 degrees, so I 
usually start with a general fertilizer
or alfalfa.  Gail
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