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Fertilize Meyer in winter?

Posted by nyboy (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 6, 14 at 14:34

I live in NY zone 6., in Oct I brought my Meyers inside. I had almost no leaf drop coming inside. i know meyers are heavy feeders, should I fertilize while inside this winter? While i have had no leaf drop I also have had no new growth. I want to keep it as happy as I can, till it goes out in the spring. PS I am watering very little since inside. Thanks


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RE: Fertilize Meyer in winter?

In your climate and inside conditions, I would probably wait until about the first of March to give it a light fertilizer; then when it is outside and you have a new flush, give it more.


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RE: Fertilize Meyer in winter?

Are there any signs of nutrients deficiency, such as yellowing older leaves?

Josh


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RE: Fertilize Meyer in winter?

Thanks guys, all leaves are dark green. ,Looks good so far but have many weeks to go.


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