|Bag Capacity/Dry Volume (qt)||37.5 qt||Ideal For Growing||Flowers, Fruits & Vegetables, Lawns, Succulents, Trees & Shrubs|
|Soil Matter||Non-organic||Soil Type||Potting|
|Mulch and Soil Council Certified||Yes|
A: where do you live? If you live in Florida then sure you can use it. If you live in the frozen north then the ground will be frozen and the fertilizer will be locked in. So why not? The fertilizer is a low dose time release that needs water to work.
A: Why would you use the soil in a pond? The soil has fertilizer in it. It is likely to encourage algae blooms and green water. I recommend calling a soils company and asking what they reccomend or alternatively a waterscape contractor.
A: Continuous release plant food means fertilizer. Yes...