Plants have basic nutritional needs that must be met in order to thrive. When choosing the right fertilizer, look for a slow-release granular formula specifically intended for the plant you’re feeding.
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Even if you have enriched garden soil with extra amounts of compost and composted manure, you may still need to fertilize.
Build a solid base of organic material in your garden starting with dirt. With a solid foundation, your garden will thrive.