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What is this?

Posted by kudzu9 Zone 8b (My Page) on
Tue, Apr 16, 13 at 15:30

I was cleaning out my garden shed and sorting through various fertilizers, soil amendments, etc., and came upon a big bucket of something granular that I failed to mark. If anyone has any ideas about what this product is, I'd appreciate your input.

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RE: What is this?

in my experience most of the granulars look about the same, but undoubtedly it is a slow? release fertilizer.
I have done the same thing in the past, finding an unlabeled bag of something, and decided to use it up in an area of shrubs or bushes that were at the far edge of the property and I wasn't that concerned about.


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RE: What is this?

It looks like a product I use, a granular slow release vegetable fertilizer called Greenall Tomato and Vegetable Food.

http://whittierfertilizer.com/products/ebstone-greenall-products/?idnews=171


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