Review of Nitroganic Fertilizer

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This article provides a review of Nitroganic Fertilizer
by Brett · All Zones · Fertilizing · 0 Comments · May 27, 2014 · 3,508 views

I've been landscaping and gardening since the early 1980's in the Central Georgia area, where we have clay-based soil. Over the years I've become quite successful at growing just about any type of ornamental plants and trees, perennials, annuals, vegetables and other herbaceous plants, and lawns.

If there's one major secret to successful landscaping and gardening I've learned it can be summed up in one word: soil. While many gardeners spend their time and money feeding their plants with synthetic fertilizers, which are designed and work to feed and boost only the plant, a new fertilizer I've been using on ALL my plants called Nitroganic is designed to feed the plant and the soil. The results have been amazing. All of the plants in my landscape are more healthy and greener than they've ever been and flowering plants have produced way more flowers than they usually did in the past.

Nitroganic is an all natural slow-release fertilizer that is "goof proof," meaning it will not burn your plants. Rather than force feeding and stimulating over-accelerated foliage growth that can weaken a plant, Nitroganic allows your plants to take up nutrients as they need them to support growth. Nitroganic will greatly improve the overall health and beauty of all plants, trees, and shrubs. I use it on all my outdoor plants, including container gardens, and even the lawn. It is all natural and organic so I can also use it in the vegetable garden.

What's more, Nitroganic has proven to be a safe and natural deer and rabbit deterrent. Using it regularly to feed the plants in your landscape and gardens will help keep these pests away for approximately 4-6 weeks.

Rather than spend money feeding only the plants, instead spend your money to feed both the plants and the soil. After all, this truly is the secret to successful gardening.

Instructions for Using Nitroganic


Lawns


Warm Season Grasses

Early Spring: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.
Late Spring: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.
Late Summer: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.
Mid-Fall: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.

Cool Season Grasses

Late Winter: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.
Late Spring: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.
Early Fall: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.
Late Fall: 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft.

New Lawns

Before laying sod or spreading seed spread Nitroganic over the soil bed at the rate of 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 square feet. After several mowings apply 1 bag (36 lbs.) per 2,500 sq. ft. Then follow instructions above for warm or cool season grasses.


Shrubs & Trees


New Trees and Shrubs: Apply 1/2 lb. per foot of plant height. Mix with soil removed from planting hole prior to planting.
Established Trees: Broadcast 5 lbs. per inch of trunk diameter around the perimeter of the canopy -or- pour Nitroganic into holes 1" wide and 12" deep, spaced 2 ft. apart around the perimeter of the canopy.
Established Shrubs: Apply 1/2 lb. per every foot of shrub height or apply 5 lbs. per 100 square or linear feet. Spread evenly over soil, work into soil if possible.


Herbaceous Plants


Annual Bedding Plants and Seeded Flower Beds

At Prep Time: Mix Nitroganic into soil during prep at a rate of 2 lbs. per 100 square feet. Seeded Beds: Once plants are up, apply an additional 2 lbs. per 100 square feet.
Spring: Apply 9 cups (3 lbs.) per 100 sq. ft.
Summer: Apply 6 cups (2 lbs.) per 100 sq. ft.

Perennials

At Prep Time: Mix Nitroganic into soil during prep. When buds form apply an additional 2 lbs. per 100 sq. ft.
Spring: Apply 15 cups (5 lbs.) per 100 sq. ft.
Summer: Apply 15 cups (5 lbs.) per 100 sq. ft.


Roses


For established roses: In spring, apply 6 cups (2 lbs.) of Nitroganic per 100 sq. ft. -or- 1/2 lb. per foot of plant height. Repeat every 4-6 weeks. Cease feeding about 45 to 60 days prior to the usual first frost date in your area.


Vegetables


Planting: Apply 15 cups (5 lbs.) per 100 sq. ft. Work into soil.
During Fruit/Vegetable Growth: Apply 15 cups (5 lbs.) of Nitroganic per 100 sq. ft. when plants start to form fruit.

By routinely feeding your plants with Nitroganic about 2 to 3 times a year you'll also be feeding and conditioning your soil with rich, beneficial organic matter. In doing so, you'll find that you can grow healthier, better looking plants that have fewer insect and disease problems!

Where to buy Nitroganic?

You can buy it at local nursery and garden centers throughout the Southeast or you can buy Nitroganic Organic fertilizer online at GardenerDirect.com




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