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Green Planet Back Country Blend Grow

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BackCountry Blend - Grow - Fully coated, granular controlled release, complete spectrum of macro and micronutrients fertilizer for use in early vegetative stage of growth.


Back Country Blend - Grow Formula 

NPK 16-8-8

Granular Controlled Release Blend

  • Perfectly engineered blend of macro and micronutrients designed specifically for the early stages of vegetative growth.
  • Two sources of nitrogen designed to deliver continuous flow of controlled released fertilizer that will not burn or damage your plants.
  • Release rates will depend on the outside temperature, humidity, rainfall and microbial action. **Hot, wet climates require less of the product in order to prevent accidental over-fertilization**
  • Proprietary, custom blended formulation, designed to neutralize acidic soils and prevent nutrient deficiencies and lock out.
  • Will bring most soils into the correct pH range.
  • Unique humic-acid blend designed to improve soil consistency, tilth, microbial activity, water retention, and natural chelation.
  • Breaks down salts
  • Dust-free
  • Easy to either broadcast, top dress, or incorporate into the planting medium.

Product Description

Fully coated, granular controlled release, complete spectrum of macro and micronutrients fertilizer.

Designed for either a top dress application or to be incorporated into the potting soil.

Application Instructions

  • We recommend an application rate of 2-3 cups (1-1.5 lbs) per 100 square feet every 3-4 weeks. This is a generalized feeding rate, and may be adjusted based on your particular growing needs.
  • If ever in doubt, apply less, but more often.
  • For smaller sized containers, use 1 tsp per gallon of soil, or approximately 1 tbsp for every 1 foot of plant height.
  • For incorporating the product into the soil, apply 1.5-2.5 lbs per 10 cubic feet.