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Jobe's 2.2 lb. Evergreen Tree Fertilizer Spikes (9-Count)
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Jobe's

2.2 lb. Evergreen Tree Fertilizer Spikes (9-Count)

  • Feeds at the roots
  • Easy to use - no mixing or measuring
  • Feeds all season
$760 /each

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Jobe’s Fertilizer Spikes for Trees and Shrubs ensure a continuous supply of nutrients below the surface, where the tree’s active roots are growing. The Spikes are easy just insert around the tree’s drip line and the slow-release formula lasts all season. Spikes are specially formulated for acid-loving Evergreen trees and shrubs.

  • For best results, use spikes in early spring and late fall
  • Feeds the right amount of fertilizer for an entire season
  • Nutrients can't wash away like surface-applied fertilizers
  • Easy to use - no mixing, measuring or mess
  • 9 spikes per pack

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2.2 lb. Evergreen Tree Fertilizer Spikes (9-Count) is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 10.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from GREAT PLANT FEEDER Jobe's Evergreen Tree Fertilizer Spikes are easy to use. The packaging is a little difficult to open but, once opened, all you have to do is remove the spikes and the cap that comes with them and get yourself a hammer. I used a lump hammer to drive them into the ground. You put the cap on top of the spike and drive it down to the ground then remove the cap and pound it down until it is no longer visible. You should water after. I was fortunate in that as soon as I was done, it rained! I would recommend these spikes as an easy way to continuous feed your evergreens throughout the season.
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Simple one-time treatment Jobe's has been making these fertilizer spikes for years and I have used them before. I like the fact that the slow release fertilizer is put below the ground and feeds the roots all through the growing season. I don't have to mix up fertilizer every few weeks and apply. They are simple to use, just take a hammer and pound them into the ground around the perimeter of the branch ends. I found it best to water before so the ground is softer. The ends of the spikes won't hold up to trying to put them in dry ground (I know this from experience - lol)
Date published: 2017-06-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really greened my evergreen trees up The winter left my evergreen trees looking pretty depressing and I was worried that I may be loosing them. Since I spent really good money on them last year I did not want them to die on me. I took a chance on these spikes and I was fairly impressed in how well the trees responded to them. All you do is to dig a 2-3 inch round hole about 2 inches deep right at the drip line of the tree, place the plastic cap provided onto the spike and hammer the spike into the ground, remove the plastic cap and cover the spike with dirt. I have a soaker system surrounding the trees and just watered them as normal. About 3 weeks later the trees looked greener and the branches were not sagging anymore. I'm impressed enough with the results that I will be using these spikes every spring for awhile.
Date published: 2017-05-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from tree food I have a little tree that seems to be struggling in growth. these spikes are about the size of my hand and are solid food. my ground is kinda hard so I was unable to successfully drive this things all the way in the ground before they broke. I was able to dig around the spike and burry the rest. my small tree was able to have 3 spikes dug around it with plenty of space. for large trees you may use the entire package of 9. however my larger trees are doing ok, so I don't need it for them. these spikes are solid and look to be made from a hard chalk. huge in size. they will break if you hit them too hard trying to drive them in the ground. just dig a hole and bury it. no biggie. instead of sprinkling food around the tree on the top this is a great way to get the food close to the roots. I like it
Date published: 2017-05-30
Rated 4 out of 5 by from a good way to fertilize your evergreens Professionals are very expensive and you can accomplish the same results by using this product. I would recommend using a 2 or 3 lb. hammer rather than your regular hammer, to minimize the plastic cover/guides from breaking and to drive the spikes in faster. I would imagine that in future use you should locate the spikes in a different area than previously inserted to insure there isn't a concentration in one area.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Conveinent to Use Well the spikes are in and they seem to be working as advertised. Our faux plum tree is liking it so far. Of course the end result may take a little time but It's looking good so far! If your tree is anything like ours, it will benefit from a good fertilizer to feed it during the growing season. Jobe's fertilizing spikes are the ones to use and I can recommend them because of the early results I have seen.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Seemed to perk up the trees I used the spikes on four different trees and shrubs: Elder Pine, Arizona Cypress, Golden Arborvitae, and Emerald Green Arborvitae. They all seemed to perk up and color more deeply within 2 weeks of using the spikes. This took 2 watering cycles. I am impressed that these made such a fast difference, and I'll plan on using them again this Fall. I can say this is a very good product.
Date published: 2017-05-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to Use The tree stakes are easy to use and provide year long food to the tree with constantly having to fertilize. With the spikes driven into the ground the nutrients go into the roots rather than being washed away like a fertilizer you spread on the ground. I used a rubber mallet to protect the spikes rather than a traditional metal hammer which worked well.
Date published: 2017-05-31
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