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3.5 lb. All Season Tomato and Vegetable Garden Plant Food Plus Calcium

  • Promotes vigorous growth
  • Helps grow better quality fruits and vegetables versus unfed
  • Helps prevent blossom-end rot
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Vigoro
Plant Food For new or established plants
Fruits and Vegetables
NPK Ratio 12-10-5
8 week longevity
All Season
Plant Fertilizer Buying Guide
Vigoro Tomato & Vegetable Garden Plant Food Plus Calcium promotes Vigorous growth and high yields. It helps prevent blossom-end rot and splitting while helping to grow better quality fruits and vegetables.

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Plant TypeFruit,VegetableFlowerFlower,Fruit,Garden,Herb,House,VegetableShrub,Tree
OrganicSyntheticSyntheticSyntheticSynthetic
Plant NameTomatoRoseAzalea,Barberry,Blackberry,Blueberry,Cucumbers,Daffodils,Gardenia,Geraniums,Hibiscus,Hyacinths,Hydrangea,Pepper,Poinsettias,Rhododendron,Strawberries,Tomato,TulipsApple,Blackberry,Blueberry,Lemon,Lime,Mango,Raspberry,Strawberries
N-P-K Ratio12-10-512-6-1012-5-716-4-8
Fertilizer FormulaNon-OrganicNon-OrganicNon-OrganicNon-Organic
Time releaseSlow releaseSlow releaseSlow releaseSlow release
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.)
3.5
Product Height (in.)
9
Product Width (in.)
7

Details

Active Ingredients
N/A
Compatible Grass Type
All Purpose
Delivery Method
Granular
Dry Fertilizer Type
Dry Fruits and Vegetables Fertilizer
Emergent Type
Post-Emergent
Features
No Additional Features
Fertilizer Formula
Non-Organic
Longevity (weeks)
8
N-P-K Ratio
12-10-5
Organic
Synthetic
Plant Name
Tomato
Plant Type
Fruit,Vegetable
Returnable
90-Day
Season Use
All-Season
Time release
Slow release

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
If you apply Vigoro plant food as directed and are not completely satisfied, send proof of purchase from the package and the original cash register receipt to the address on the package. We will refund the purchase price you paid.

Questions & Answers

32Questions37Answers

how do you apply vigoro in garden

Asked by jo May 10, 2021
4
Answers

Hello Jo, My favorite way to apply the Vigoro All Season Tomato And Vegetable Plant Food is to mix it into the soil, prior to planting Starts, or scratching up the soil around the drip line of the plant, or a 6 to 8 in. circle around the plant and then work it into the soil lightly, then gently water it in. I have had great success with this product, I hope you will too. Happy Gardening

Can this be used for thornless blackberry bush?

Asked by Bkp09 July 4, 2020
3
Answers

Can be used on all outdoor, in-ground edibles (tree, fruits, and vegetable garden beds). Apply dry, directly to the soil around edibles. Prior to planting work into soil 1 - 3 inches. Please contact us at 877-220-3089 if there is anything else that we can help you with.

what is the npk for this product like 5-1-1

Asked by rick July 2, 2020
3
Answers

12-10-5

What is the source of the calcium? Calcium Carbonate (Lime) or Calcium Sulfate (Gypsum) or other...

Asked by Robert June 20, 2020
4
Answers

Calcium Carbonate

Vigoro says that this isn't supposed to be used with containers, but why not? If the strength is ...

Asked by Al June 20, 2020
3
Answers

We appreciate your question regarding Vigoro Tomato and Vegetable Garden Plant Food Plus Calcium. We recommend that you use a water soluble plant food for pots or containers as this product because is to strong, would kill plant from over fertilizing. We encourage you to contact us at 877-220-3089 if there is anything else that we can assist you with.

How deep should I fill my raised bed for tomatos and other veg. with soil

Asked by Bruce April 26, 2020
3
Answers

Bruce: most veggies have an ideal soil depth although until you get into the root vegetables like: carrots and potatoes, etc, 6" to a foot is usually enough. But the deeper the soil the more stable your big plants like tomatoes will be. I'm going with 2' in the raised beds I'm having installed. The contractor was going to make them 3' but I don't want to have to use a ladder. I hope that helps, Hank

Can i use this for chives ? Thank

Asked by Timmy April 25, 2020
5
Answers

Timmy: Depending on your soil, you should be able to, but you might want to ask the manufacturer. They've always been helpful to me. I hope that helps, Hank

I have always used miracle grow, but decided to give this a go. I'm not super knowledgeable on ga...

Asked by Application February 17, 2020
5
Answers

You have pretty much go tit. Go lightly and do not over-do it. I got it primarily for the nitrogen content.

can I grow tomatoes and okra in the same pot?

Asked by Gardeningmom July 16, 2019
4
Answers

depends on the size of the pot Remember tomatoes grow tall and outwards personally I wouldn't the tomato fertilizer will be good for both plants though

What are the ingredients?

Asked by Marry June 12, 2019
3
Answers

Marry: This would best be answered by the manufacturer as the ingredients and proportions are listed on the back of the package. I hope that helps, Hank.

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Customer Reviews

  • 4.6
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  • 93% recommend this product
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Slow release Tomato feed, will keep your plants in top condition and give you a great crop of tom...
Slow release Tomato feed, will keep your plants in top condition and give you a great crop of tomatoes.
by HappyCustomer
Good product,,I've seen some growth, no more en rot, peppers...
Good product,,I've seen some growth, no more en rot, peppers look better
by HomeDepotCustomer
Was quick to show results
Was quick to show results
by SANDRA
I love this stuff! It really does help my plants...
I love this stuff! It really does help my plants grow and produce much better. I even did a test and put one tomato plant in a bed and added a side dressing of this. The ones that were planted after/without this (I had previously run out) were noticeably smaller and not up to the first one. That one plant easily has 5lbs more getting ready to ripen than the others. As well as the largest Roma’s I have seen.
by HomeDepotCustomer
2 people found this helpful
We have tomatoes already. Beautiful and healthy....
We have tomatoes already. Beautiful and healthy.
by HomeDepotCustomer
2 people found this helpful
This is my first time attempting to grow tomatoes--and I started in late summer in the San Antoni...
This is my first time attempting to grow tomatoes--and I started in late summer in the San Antonio area of Texas. I'd fertilized my two young recently potted (in containers) plants with Miracle Gro 'regular' fertilizer and was not sure if there was any effect or not. I got the Vigoro Tomato Food and it appears the plants had a quick response. They are more vigorous, a nice green color and have set flowers (continuing to do so)----and have some little cherry and beefsteak tomatoes growing. It's gratifying to check on them everyday and can't wait to enjoy the fruits of my labor! My one concern had been 'would the granules actually dissolve and feed the plants or just sit on the soil and be useless?' and they are indeed dissolving--and plants are thriving. And BTW--you can cut off healthy 'suckers' (indeterminate plants work best), put them in a jar of slightly warm water (don't shock them with cold water) and within a few days, have another tomato plant with lots of roots ready to be planted. I did it and six days later, my suckers have many long roots--give it a try!
by PLM
5 people found this helpful
Vigoro is the best! I'm a new gardener who planted her first tomato plant this year. Once I start...
Vigoro is the best! I'm a new gardener who planted her first tomato plant this year. Once I started using this product, my plant went crazy! Got bigger and healthier and the tomatoes started popping out all over. Couldn't be happier.
by CANDACE
1 person found this helpful
Great plant food. This is my second year I feed my tomato plants with it. Good yield and no crack...
Great plant food. This is my second year I feed my tomato plants with it. Good yield and no cracked tomatoes. I highly recommend it.
by Royito
4 people found this helpful
My peppers had end rot, I looked it up and it stated that they needed calcium. The Tomato and Veg...
My peppers had end rot, I looked it up and it stated that they needed calcium. The Tomato and Vegetable Garden Plant Food Plus Calcium corrected the problem.
by peppergrower
12 people found this helpful
Gives just the right amount of nutrients and calcium to grow really great vegetable bearing plants!
Gives just the right amount of nutrients and calcium to grow really great vegetable bearing plants!
by Blackwidow
1 person found this helpful
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