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3.5 lb. Organic Fruit Tree Fertilizer

  • Contains beneficial microbes and mycorrhizae to promote growth
  • Slow-release fertilizer feeds for up to 2-months
  • Proven organic - OMRI listed
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Product Overview

Before your fruit and nut trees can feed you, you have to feed them first. To produce the bountiful harvest you expect, fruit and nut trees require plenty of nutrients. Kellogg Garden Organics Fruit Tree Fertilizer provides just the boost your fruit and nut trees need to deliver what you expect. This all-organic mix is formulated with beneficial microbes that allow your tree's roots to take in more nutrients and provides a slow-release, granular fertilizer to feed your hungry plants for up to 2-months.
  • Fruit and nut tree plus berry bush fertilizer
  • Improves plant's root system to better absorb nutrients
  • 4-5-4 fertilizer analysis provides nutrients plants need to flourish
  • Slow-release timing
  • Lasts 5-6 weeks
  • 3.5 lb. granular fertilizer

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Plant TypeFruit,VegetableHerb,VegetableTropicalCitrus,Flower,Fruit,Garden,Herb,House,Shade,Shrub,Succulent,Tree,Tropical,Vegetable
Plant NameApple,LimeBean,Carrot,Cucumbers,Lettuce,Onion,Pepper,TomatoHibiscus,PalmAfrican violet,Apple,Avocado,Azalea,Barberry,Bean,Blackberry,Blueberry,Bonsai,Bougainvillea,Cactus,Camellia,Canna,Canna Lily,Carrot,Cherry,Coleus,Cucumbers,Cypress,Daffodils,Dogwods,Eggplants,Evergreen,Fern,Fig,Forsythia,Gardenia,Geraniums,Gladiolus,Hibiscus,Holly,Hyacinths,Hydrangea,Juniper,Lemon,Lettuce,Lime,Mango,Maple,Melons,Nut,Onion,Orchid,Palm,Peach,Pear,Pepper,Philodendrons,Plum,Poinsettias,Potatoes,Raspberry,Rhododendron,Rose,Strawberries,Tomato,Tulips,Walnut,Woody Ornamentals
Season UseAll-SeasonAll-SeasonAll-SeasonAll-Season
Compatible Grass TypeAll PurposeNot for use on lawnsNot for use on lawnsAll Purpose
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Specifications

Dimensions

Package Size (lb.)
3.5
Product Depth (in.)
3
Product Height (in.)
11.5
Product Width (in.)
7.5

Details

Active Ingredients
Bone meal, dried poultry manure,feather meal, kelp meal, and alfalfa meal
Compatible Grass Type
All Purpose
Delivery Method
Granular
Dry Fertilizer Type
Dry Fruits and Vegetables Fertilizer
Features
No Additional Features
Fertilizer Formula
Alfafa Meal,Bone Meal,Feather Meal,Kelp Meal,Other
Longevity (weeks)
8
N-P-K Ratio
4-5-4
Organic
Organic
Plant Name
Apple,Lime
Plant Type
Fruit,Vegetable
Returnable
90-Day
Season Use
All-Season
Time release
Slow release

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Questions & Answers

19Questions22Answers

Does Kellogg organic fruit tree fertilizer contain iron

Asked by Bob May 28, 2020
2
Answers

Fruit Tree Fertilizer does not contain iron. The ingredients are bone meal, dried poultry manure, feather meal, kelp meal and alfalfa meal.

would this product be safe on meyers dwarf lemon tree?

Asked by treehugger May 16, 2020
3
Answers

Yes, fine for citrus. Placed under meyer lemon that is extremely slow-growing and although we have low yield (tree is dwarf and only two years in the ground), the size of the fruit doubled in just days.

One inch trunk per cup, but the fruit tree have two two inches trunk ,how many cups we need to apply?

Asked by Ping May 14, 2020
1
Answer

If measuring 4"-6" above the soil line, your fruit tree trunk splits, take your measurement just below the point where the trunk splits and use that as your measurement.

How many cups would i use if my fruit trees are in 20,25,and 30 gallon containers?

Asked by JJ October 25, 2019
2
Answers

Hi JJ The application rate is indexed to the diameter of the tree, but because your trees are containerized I would only apply half of the recommended rate. So for a 2" tree in the garden, you would use 2 cups. For a containerized tree, use 1 cup.

Safe Around Pets?

Asked by Russ September 7, 2018
3
Answers

I believe so.

Our dwarf fruit tree provider is saying that we need 22-24-12 fertilizer for fruit trees which we...

Asked by TruU September 3, 2018
3
Answers

This should work well. I use both the specialized fertilizer and general purpose like 8-8-8 or 10-10-10. They all do the job well. If there is a difference it is not determinable within a few years of growing.

Approximately how many cups in this 11.5 # bag

Asked by KennyG March 30, 2018
1
Answer

There are 20.5 cups in an 11.5 lb. bag.

What is the N K P rating?

Asked by Nikki January 27, 2018
4
Answers

4-5-4

Would this fertilizer be good to use with young transplanted nectarine tree?

Asked by DJ May 27, 2017
2
Answers

I believe it would be good for even a young fruit tree. Just be sure not to overdo the application - 1 cup for every inch of tree diameter (for a small tree, you may only need 1/4 of a cup or so). The probiotics in the formula may help with transplant shock as well.

Is it usda certified organic fertilizer? I don't see the label.

Asked by Golden May 8, 2017
1
Answer

The USDA does not certify organic fertilizers. However, the Organic Materials Review Institute (OMRI) is accredited by the USDA's National Organic Program. All Kellogg Garden Organics products are OMRI Listed, meeting the the USDA's NOP requirements for organic.

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Customer Reviews

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  • 97% recommend this product
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This is our first purchase of this Fruit Tree Fertilizer. Thus, star rating is based on decent pr...
This is our first purchase of this Fruit Tree Fertilizer. Thus, star rating is based on decent price, convenient package size, and ease of use. The tree it's used on produced only 3 fruit this year but they did not make it to maturity while a matching tree bought at same time from same nursery and planted 2 miles away yielded at least 40 delicious fruit. We pretty much need a whole year to test this product... The true test will be next year's fruit crop.
by BummedInCalifornia
I have a small orchard and a fig tree that was grown indoors for several years before I placed it...
I have a small orchard and a fig tree that was grown indoors for several years before I placed it outside. The fruit in the orchard would often be mealy and flavorless. I applied Kellogg Garden Organics in early spring, and am now enjoying the results. My apples developed incredible and complex flavor and are firm, crunchy and juicy. The fig tree (I'm in growing zone 5) is covered with immature fruit. My soil is alkaline clay, so the probiotics contained in the fertilizer have helped improve the soil quality and released many of those nutrients that were bound up in the clay. This is a big improvement over other commercial fertilizers, that provide what amounts to a fast food meal to the trees. One small caveat - this fertilizer is made with chicken manure and ground feathers. It does smell like a chicken coop. My two cats, who were feral before they were rescued, kept trying to tear open the bag. They imagined that I had brought home a big bag of chicken. So keep the bag stored where pets can't get to it.
by JF1017
7 people found this helpful
We absolutely love the Kellogg Organic fertilizers. It makes us feel so good to actually be nour...
We absolutely love the Kellogg Organic fertilizers. It makes us feel so good to actually be nourishing the soil as well as our plants. The millions of beneficial microbes in each bag help break down the organics in the soil & do a better job of feeding our plants. And the beneficial mycorrhizae extend the root system, bringing nutrients and water to the plants. We don’t have to feed our plants as often as with chemical fertilizers that must be used every 10 to 30 days. Now that we have been using these products many years, we just go through our whole yard and feed 3 times a year. That is so much easier to have our soil working for us.
by Dandy
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by HomeDepotCustomer
Easy to use and I am sure that my fruit...
Easy to use and I am sure that my fruit trees will be happy. I am so glad that you had organic fertilizer.
by PATRICIA
A great mix for the trees
A great mix for the trees
by Sagebrush
I fertilized an apple and a pecan. The apple looks wonderful, full of leaves of a rich green. T...
I fertilized an apple and a pecan. The apple looks wonderful, full of leaves of a rich green. The pecan hasn't begun to grow leaves or blossoms to make pecans, so it's undetermined at this time. That is why I didn't answer the first survey, too soon to tell.
by Fatsy
I’ve been using it for several years. One of my...
I’ve been using it for several years. One of my favorite organic fertilizers.
by Rob
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Rating provided by a verified purchaser
by HomeDepotCustomer
Have been using the product for several years. Increases fig,...
Have been using the product for several years. Increases fig, grape, blackberry and veggie production. Love it.
by KATHERINE
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