TOMATOES, PEPPERS, EGGPLANTS –
5-10-10 fertilizer per 10 feet or row before sowing seeds or transplanting after fruiting ever 1-2 weeks . 2 tablespoons of a liquid 5-10-10 fertilizer in 1 gallon of water, and gently pour 1 pint of the mixture around each tomato transplant immediately after planting them out in the garden.
When fruits set, 15.5-0-0 fertilizer at a rate of 3 1/2 ounces per 10 feet of row. Reapply the fertilizer to tomato plants every four to six weeks.
SQUASH – 5-10-10 fertilizer, adding 1 tablespoon of fertilizer to each mound before planting the seeds and monthly throughout the growing season
CORN – complete organic fertilizer per 6m (60′) of row, fast acting fertilizer, two pounds of 6-12-12 per 100 square feet. sidedress when the corn is about six inches high and again when it just begins to tassel. When have eight to 10 leaves each, apply 1/2 pound of 34-0-0 per square feet of your corn garden. Repeat the sidedressing again when the silks on the corn cobs first appear, this time using just 1/4 pound of 34-0-0 fertilizer
BEANS – 5-10-10 per 100 square feet or use the equivalent amount of well-rotted manure, compost, bonemeal and cottonseed meal
CUCUMBERS – one pound of 5-10-10 fertilizer per 10 feet or row before sowing seeds or transplanting tomato or cucumber plants.
Side-dress cucumber established plants with 1 1/2 ounces of 33-0-0 fertilizer per 10 feet of row one week after the first flowers begin to open and again three weeks later.
LEAFY GREENS – 10-10-10 or 5-5-5 or nitrogen-rich fertilizer will keep your plant growing well and producing regularly. Fish emulsion is an ideal organic fertilizer. Apply the fish emulsion at half of the recommended dosage every two weeks.
ROOTS VEGETABLES – 5-10-10 or 5-5-12 or any good vegetable fertilizer will do. Because they are grown for their roots, don’t go overboard with nitrogen fertilizer kelp meal and fish emulsion fertilizer or granite meal
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