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Jobe's Organics Vegetable & Tomato Fertilizer Spikes, 2-7-4 Time Release Fertilizer for All Vegetables, Herbs and Tomato Plants, 50 Spikes per Package (Lawn & Patio)

Highlights: 50 spikes per pack Analysis 2-7-4 Promotes richer soil Reduces pollution Feeds at the roots Pre-measured - no mixing or measuring Safe for children & pets Apply every 8 weeks Jobes 6028 Organic Vegetable Fertilizer Spikes, 2-7-4 available on September 10 2018 from Buy for itemprop="offers" target="_external" title="" itemscope itemtype="http://schema.org/Offer">12.17
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Disclaimer: I'm an amateur gardener at best, and I believe I put these in several weeks after the recommended time of "right when you plant them", so while I thought my results were fantastic, there's a chance results could be better in your own experience. At one point in the late spring/early summer of 2015 in upstate NY, I realized that while my plants were growing (slowly), there were no fruits/veggies sprouting. I wasn't really worried about the plants since they seemed okay, but I did feel that at least the tomatoes were taking longer than usual to produce so decided to try these out. I believe it took about 2-3 weeks (I will definitely record the time in the future), but the tomato plants had completely taken over the entire garden; last year, they only took over their little area; I'd never experienced anything like this previously, but they were growing out of control (in a good way if you like tomatoes)! We harvested hundreds of tomatoes over the course of the...Read more

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Disclaimer: I'm an amateur gardener at best, and I believe I put these in several weeks after the recommended time of "right when you plant them", so while I thought my results were fantastic, there's a chance results could be better in your own experience. At one point in the late spring/early summer of 2015 in upstate NY, I realized that while my plants were growing (slowly), there were no fruits/veggies sprouting. I wasn't really worried about the plants since they seemed okay, but I did feel that at least the tomatoes were taking longer than usual to produce so decided to try these out. I believe it took about 2-3 weeks (I will definitely record the time in the future), but the tomato plants had completely taken over the entire garden; last year, they only took over their little area; I'd never experienced anything like this previously, but they were growing out of control (in a good way if you like tomatoes)! We harvested hundreds of tomatoes over the course of the...Read more
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