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Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6

Posted by Randy31513 8-b (My Page) on
Thu, Mar 15, 12 at 13:31

I buy this Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6 at Lowes and I have very good success with it here in South Ga.

If you can't find a good fertilizer locally then it can be delivered i think to your local store free I think.

Here is a link that might be useful: Lowes Sunnuiland


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RE: Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6

Does it include all of the micro-nutrients, as well?

Or do you have to supply those with another fertilizer?

Josh


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RE: Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6

Josh, you got me there. I really don't know. I can just go by my trees performance. I was just shy of 300 lemons on my Myers.

I will look on the bag tomorrow.


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RE: Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6

Randy, are these in-ground trees?

Thanks :-)

Mike


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RE: Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6

I too use this fert...it's a time release granual. I had my parents pick up a bag of it when they were in FL 2 years ago and I am VERY glad I did.

Hey Josh,
You bring up some good questions. Questions I don't know the answers to but I do still fertilize with FP and white vinegar when I use the Sunnyland.

One word of caution. I would NOT recommend this fert to anyone due to the fact that it is meant for inground citrus and tropical fruit trees. The directions are not specific for potted citrus so you do take a big risk at over fertilizing but I just go with my "weakly weekly" practice, well I should say weakly, monthly..LOL!

I have seen awesome AWESOME results with this fert. Especially with my 'Maha Chinook' mango tree. In 2 years it grew from about 2ft to 6ft....in a pot, I think that's pretty good.

Josh, you should grow a potted mango! IMO, they are the EASIST tropical fruit you can grow.

Andrew


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RE: Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6

Mike yes they are in the ground.


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RE: Sunniland Citrus, Avocado and Mango Fertilizer 6-4-6

Another good one is Vigoro Citrus, Mango and Avocado. It has the same # 6-4-6. Slow release PLUS minors. This one has directions for Containers on the package so I'm guessing its safe and I've used it on my Calamondin citrus in a pot.

I buy mine at Home Depot...

Here is a link that might be useful: Vigoro Citrus, avocado and Mango fertilizer


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