Grow & Gain 10-10-5 (Plus Minors) Plant Food
Grow & Gain is a concentrated all-purpose liquid fertilizer particularly formulated for use on all types of indoor and outdoor plants.
It is an exceptional liquid fertilizer for trees, shrubs, vegetables, flowering plants, and lawns. Liquid fertilizers are fast-acting, since they are quickly absorbed by the soil.
The Nitrogen makes plants grow sturdily, mature rapidly, increases foliage and stem growth, and produces rich, dark green foliage. The yellowing of leaves means your plant isnt receiving enough Nitrogen from the soil.Phosphates encourage root growth, stronger roots, hasten maturity, and increase plant hardiness. Potassium aids in producing flowers and fruits, promotes healthy green lawn grass, and helps plants use water and resist drought, building up plant resistance. These three nutrients areincluded in almost all fertilizers and displayed in an N-P-K formula.
Grow & Gain also contains important chelated micronutrients and organic acids. Chelated minors are more readily available to the plant and not as easily leeched as non-chelated minors. Organic acids help to grow stronger, healthier plants. They increase nutrient absorption, enhance soil structure, increase moisture retention which decreases plant stress, increase caliper size and root growth, and increase fertilizer efficiency.
Grow & Gain is a very acidic liquid fertilizer(low pH ‰?å± 1.69) and helps neutralize alkaline water and soil, and unlock iron and other micronutrients ‰?å± making them available to the plant.Over time, soil nutrients can become depleted and need a boost. Despite soil losing nutrients, it is not healthy for your plants to over-apply any fertilizer. Over-fertilizing causes plants to malabsorb and this may ultimately harm them.
The USDA Hardiness Zone Map divides North America into 11 separate zones; each zone is 10°F warmer (or colder) in an average winter than the adjacent zone. To find your USDA Hardiness Zone, use the map above or enter your zip code here: USDA Hardiness Zone Finder.
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