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Alaska

Model 100099251

Internet #202817750

32 oz. 0-10-10 Morbloom Fertilizer

$5.97 /each

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Alaska Morbloom Fertilizer is a 0-10-10 plant food made with natural-based fish. Rich in phosphorus and potassium, this unique formula stimulates budding and flowering, as well as vigorous root growth. Use this product on all types of flowering plants for abundant colorful blooms.

  • Natural-based fish fertilizer promotes root growth and colorful flowers
  • Stimulates budding and blooming
  • Use on all flowering plants
  • 0-10-10 formula provides phosphorus and potassium

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ingredients

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August 17, 2015
Does this fertilizer have nitrogen ~ I have a Plumera which is having some problems and I am told the 0-10-10 and the 5-1-1 will help ~ but it also suggest that these plants require nitrogen too. it did not say if these items contain nitrogen
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August 19, 2015
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Hello,
The Alaska Morbloom does not contain nitrogen. Fertilizers list three primary nutrients: Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium or NPK listed as a percentage. The Alaska Morbloom has a 0 for the first number so you will know right away that there is no nitrogen content. Alaska 5-1-1 Fish Fertilizer does have 5% nitrogen in it. But the 5-1-1 tells you that it has a very small amount of phosphorous
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The Alaska Morbloom does not contain nitrogen. Fertilizers list three primary nutrients: Nitrogen, Phosphorous, and Potassium or NPK listed as a percentage. The Alaska Morbloom has a 0 for the first number so you will know right away that there is no nitrogen content. Alaska 5-1-1 Fish Fertilizer does have 5% nitrogen in it. But the 5-1-1 tells you that it has a very small amount of phosphorous and potassium.
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August 19, 2015
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the 0 in 0-10-10 is nitrogen in first position the other 2 are phosphorus and potassium; i believe in that order
if you amend that with a mostly nitrogen product you should be fine
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August 18, 2015
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This product does not contain nitrogen.
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Mix with water to apply? If so, proportion?

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Larry
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February 8, 2013
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February 11, 2013
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Hi Larry, this is a great product. I use it on my tomato plants. Good results. Here is the directions:
Vegetables and flowers 2 table spoons to a gallon of water, shrubs 3 table spoons, roses and vines 3 table spoons, trees 4 table spoons. Mix the product well before applying.
Apply every 3 weeks during growing seasons.
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February 11, 2013
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Hello,
The specific dilution will vary depending on your application. Typically you will be mixing between 1-2 tablespoons into a gallon of water. The label lists the specific rate you will need to use based on the plant type (i.e. annuals or perennials).
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How do you convert liquid ounces to pounds?

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March 13, 2016
How do you convert liquid oz to pounds? I'm supposed to apply 1 lb.
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March 17, 2016
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Unfortunately we don't have a recommendation to convert liquid ounces to pounds. You may need to use a scale to measure this.
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I see that the source of phosphorous is phosphoric acid. What is the source of the potassium?

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March 3, 2016
I'm interested in knowing the chemical composition of the potassium source. The SDS sheet that I found online just says "other ingredients," so it doesn't say what the chemical composition of the postassium source is. Thank you for your help!
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March 4, 2016
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The potassium is derived from Muriate of Potash.
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 9 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very Good Liquid Fertilizer I have been using the Alaskan 5-1-1 this spring with great result so I ordered this 0-10-10 from the home depot website. This is the fertilizer you want to use once your tomatoes and peppers start to bloom. If the plant is not the desired size you can combine the 5-1-1 and 0-10-10 to make a 5-11-11 and that is a little stronger than most of the organic 8-8-8 I see at the stores. We had a very wet 2016 spring in the St Louis area and all my pepper plants were the light green/yellowish and were not growing. Now that the constant rain has stopped and I can manage the water and fertilizer properly they have tripled in size with huge dark green floppy leaves, lots of top plant flowers, and looking as good as they ever have with any blue granular chemical fertilizer. But make sure you have a source of calcium, magnesium, and other minerals in your soil since this fish slurry based fertilizer may not supply those essential minerals. Pictures show the dense dark green leaves at the top of the pepper plants and that is all from the fertilizer, it only took a couple of weeks to get to them to the current condition. Also used it on my Zucchini plant and it is the largest I have grown so far, it is in a 2x2 raised box so you can gauge the size of the plant. June 28, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MORBLOOM 0-10-10 FERTILIZER WORKS WONDERS! Bought this product to enhance tomato flower production, without making plants any larger. So far, so excellent ! June 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Hard to find product This product is supposed to give my plants a blossom boost in the spring so it is too early to tell what the results will be. It is easy to apply, however. October 27, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Alaska morbloom I recommend this product for your garden. Just as described. September 22, 2015
Rated 3.0 out of 5.0 by OK, but burned the tips of my plant I was a little disappointed that this burned the tips of the new growth on my Buddeia plant. Maybe the 96 degree temp. had something to do with it. Years ago when I used it, I was really pleased with the results. I followed the directions, but next time I will try one half the strength. July 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by It's the real deal. For organic gardening, it really made my indoor flowering plants bloom all fall and winter. No complaints at all. February 25, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Exactly what is needed for plants that do not like much N of N-P-K Very appropriate for my first attempt of growing Japanese eggplant. August 26, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Tomato plants budding Good for foliar feeding and transplant watering on blooming/fruiting plants. June 11, 2013
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