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Kellogg Garden Organics

Model 3000

Internet #202247320

Store SKU #392083

Store SO SKU #292083

3.5 lb. Tomato, Vegetable and Herb Fertilizer

$8.48 /each
  • OMRI-listed Organic Granular Fertilizer
  • N-P-K 4-6-3
  • Includes Beneficial Microbes & Mycorrhizae

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Kellogg Garden Organics Tomato, Vegetable and Herb Fertilizer is a granular fertilizer for all your vegetable and herb gardening needs. This special formula is an organic mix of beneficial microbes, and mycorrhizae, a beneficial fungus that works with a plant’s root system to help it effectively take up nutrients from the soil. Tomato, Vegetable and Herb Fertilizer also contains kelp meal, a great source of important micronutrients that will give your veggie plants an extra boost. This fertilizer is specially formulated to provide 4% nitrogen for abundant leaf and stem growth, 6% phosphorus for abundant blooms and a bigger harvest of above-ground crops, and 3% potassium for overall plant health. As a family-owned business and producer of quality garden products since 1925, we pride ourselves on providing you with the best, soil amendments and fertilizers 100% guaranteed.

  • For tomatoes, vegetables and herbs
  • Dry granules for easy application
  • Slow-release formula works for up to 8 weeks for fewer applications
  • 4-6-3 fertilizer analysis provides nutrients plants need to flourish
  • 3.5 lb. fertilizer

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Can you mix this in to your compost tea to water your plants with

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June 16, 2016
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Yes the Tomato, Vegetable & Herb Fertilizer can be mixed in with your composted tea to help water your plants.
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Can i add this to my drip container under my pot. I ask this because roots have come thru to there. Also i used kellogg

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We wouldn't recommend it. Organic fertilizers work best when they're able to interact with soil biology, which won't be present in standing water.
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can you dilute in water and use as a foliar spray?

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What proportion of fertilizer per gallon of water for foliar feeding?
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Yes, you can dilute and use as a foliar spray. Put one cup of fertilizer in a fabric strainer for every one gallon of water. Let solution sit for 24 hours. Pull strainer with granulated fertilizer from solution and spread around the drip line of the plant. Put the solution in a sprayer and drench leaves. Be sure to do this early in the morning or early evening, allowing the leaves to dry prior to Read More
Yes, you can dilute and use as a foliar spray. Put one cup of fertilizer in a fabric strainer for every one gallon of water. Let solution sit for 24 hours. Pull strainer with granulated fertilizer from solution and spread around the drip line of the plant. Put the solution in a sprayer and drench leaves. Be sure to do this early in the morning or early evening, allowing the leaves to dry prior to direct sunlight. Never do a foliar spray in the middle of the day if there is risk the sun will shine directly on the leaves. This will burn the leaves. Happy gardening! Read Less
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Any calcium. In mixture?

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Yup! It's about 5% calcium by weight. Perfect for keeping your tomatoes free of blossom-end rot.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Product review Product works as expected, I would recommend this product June 1, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great fertilizer and a solid price Kellogg has a great product here. I've used a number of fertilizers from Dr. Earth, Jobes and Espoma and Kellogg stacks up. I can't say if it's better than the others, but the price is right. Kellogg manufactures soil for other companies, so it's nice to see them selling their own home brand at a reasonable price. I've used this fertilizer on a number of veggies and fruit trees. It has a lot of great beneficial microorganisms in the mix which I look for when starting seeds and establishing plants. Their veggie fertilizer has a solid NPK mix, though their other fertilizers aren't my desired choice of NPK for heavy nitrogen plants like lettuce and kale. But for tomatoes and cucumbers this is perfect. September 23, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by great product I recently started adding this product to Kellogg patio plus potting soil and see an improvement in growth of new seedlings.I like the fact that this product is organic and time released. and the microbes it adds to soil seem to speed up root development and growth in new plants October 10, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by My plant appears to be wilting shortly after being fertilized. I mixed as directed and placed on a flourishing tomato plant in a container that had several tomatoes and blossoms. The plant appeared to be drying out almost immediately. Within these past two weeks the plant appears to be close to death. July 9, 2014
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