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FERTI-MAXX Starter 8-18-28, 25 lb

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$119.95

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SKU:
EZSTARTER

Specifications

Size:
216

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  • James - Dec 10th 2020

    4
    Ferti Maxx 8-18-28

    Dissolves well, sustains well, and performs well. I would definitely recommend. I use it in an in-line sprinkler system only recommendation is add food coloring to make the diluted solution more visible. Jim Phoenix AZ

Description

FERTI-MAXX Starter is intended as a transplant or new landscape blend for enhanced plant health and root development. This blend may also be used as a winterizing application to strengthen cell walls prior to cold conditions. As with all the FERTI-MAXX water soluble fertilizers, Starter contains our proprietary blend of organic supplements that assist in nutrient delivery and retention providing results at lower application rates of comparative products.

Directions For Use

FERTI-MAXX Starter is a fertilizer product for use on all plant material. It is optimized for use with fertigation systems but may also be used in foliar applications. FERTI-MAXX Starter may be added to any FERTI-MAXX fertility product, most other fertilizers, and most agricultural chemicals after conducting a jar test for compatibility. Always treat a small test area with any experimental blends to determine potential phytotoxicity before making general applications. Effective in cool, warm and hot weather.

Application Rates / Intervals

Fertigation Systems: Use 1 pound per every 2,000 square feet. Refill or apply every 4 to 6 weeks. Amount can be increased or decreased depending on desired results and plant needs.

Hand Applications: Mix 1/2 Tablespoons per gallon of water and apply by spray or watering can for outdoor plants. Mix 1/4 teaspoon per gallon for indoor plants. Apply every 1 to 2 weeks.

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