Dynamite 605910 Natural and Organic Mater Magic Plant Food, 0.675-Pound
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- Natural and organic mater magic plant food
- Contains all the nutrients needed to grow bigger, juicier tomatoes with higher yields, plus calcium to help prevent end rot
- Tomato shaped bottle for high impact and cross-merchandising
- For all flowering shrubs, trees, landscape plants, foliage, houseplants, ferns, palms, grasses and herbs
- This product comes in 0.675-pound
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|Item Dimensions||4.7 x 4.15 x 4.65 inches|
|Item Weight||0 pounds|
|Manufacturer Part Number||222280|
|Shipping Weight||0.97 pounds|
This natural and organic mater magic plant food contains all the nutrients needed to grow bigger, juicier tomatoes with higher yields, plus calcium to help prevent end rot. Tomato shaped bottle for high impact and cross-merchandising. Feeds up to three months. An attractive eye-catching tomato shaped package. Natural and organic ingredients provide the nutrients tomatoes need for optimal growth with higher yields. OMRI listed for true organically grown tomatoes. This product comes in 0.675-pound.
Top Customer Reviews
The first day after I did the second fertilizing, I noticed houseflies crawling all over the soil. They like mater magic!
I think maybe instead of following the instructions to put this in the top 3 inches of soil at transplant time, I should've dumped it into the hole I made to put the plant into so it would've had faster contact with the roots.
Attached pic is of a Better Boy indeterminate on July 1, 2016. Leaves are curling despite soil being consistently moist. Leaves aren't bushy, but are sparse. If you have advice for me, please share it! I also have a Celebration determinate planted that looks about the same.
Also, this is available for $5 at some big box stores. Currently listed on Amazon for more than twice that. Shop around.
The product however is great for growing tomatoes and peppers and other produce. The ingredients are easily found in bulk so you could probably mix up your own batch if you have a large amount of vegetables to fertilize. Otherwise for the home gardener this is great. I had prolific tomatoes this year and living in Seattle it's really hard to get ripe tomatoes before the first frost if you don't start your seedlings indoors months ahead of time. I had my first tomato by the fourth of July.