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Jobe's 6028 50-Pack Organic Vegetable Fertilizer Food Spikes
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- Jibe's Organic Vegetable Fertilizer Spikes 2-7-4 Fertilizer spikes feed plants at the roots, where they need it most
- Active Ingredients: Nitrogen, Phosphate, Potash, Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur
- This product is made in United States
- Organic fertilizer for all vegetables
- OMRI listed
- Easy to use
- No mixing, no measuring, no mess
- Pack of 50; NPK 2-7-4
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Phosphorus runoff poses a threat to water quality. Some states restrict the application of phosphorus-containing fertilizer on non-agricultural lawn or turf. Check your local laws prior to purchase.
Top Customer Reviews
The spikes last for 8 weeks at a time, and provides a nice, steady slow release fertilizer. This makes for very convenient gardening.
For tomatoes I use them at half the recommended rate, and supplement with potassium and magnesium rich fertilizers (epsom salt, greensand, wood ash, miracle-gro for tomatoes).
For hot peppers I use them at 1/3 the recommended rate and a small amount of epsom salt (these plants don't need much fertilizer, but are somewhat magnesium hungry).
My crops on both kinds of plants are great, and I'm quite happy with these. I only wish they had a low-nitrogen spike with more potassium in it for tomatoes (ie: 2-6-7, instead of 2-7-4)
Previously I could find these locally, but this year I'm having a hard time finding them, so I ordered them from Amazon.
I continue to use these with great results, both in raised beds and potted planters. I also ordered the general purpose (4-4-4) version and am trying it out on leaf-crop herbs (basil, oregano, etc), and leafy houseplants (spider plant, philodendron, etc).
I also notice they have a "Container and Annuals" version which is 3-5-6.. I might try that on tomatoes sometime for the higher potassium, but for now I'm using what I've been happy with.
If the new seeds I planted take off and grow faster than the last round, I will change my review to be more positive. Till then, I'm wondering if maybe I got a bad batch or something as this is the only change made to my garden. Extremely frustrating.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very expensive fertilizer. The description lacks the most important info. 8 spikes per plant which feeds only 6 plants, also doesn't specify how often to apply.Published 10 days ago by Julian L.
These seem to work, and are easy to use. I got them last year, and am definitely thinking about using them again this year as I get my garden going. Read morePublished 10 days ago by S. B.
I love these little jewels, so easy to use. I put them under every one of my little veggie plants when I plant, mark my calendar and poke them back in 2 weeks later. Read morePublished 14 days ago by Ashley Carpenter
I can't comment on how well these will work but I was disappointed that almost 2/3 of the spikes were broken into small bits that were hard to use.Published 1 month ago by David