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Happy Frog Tomato & Vegetable 7-4-5, 4 Pounds
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- Tomato & Vegetable formula is pH-balanced with premium organic ingredients like bat guano, kelp meal, alfalfa meal and fish meal
- Contains Humic acid that helps with seed germination and may increase the uptake of important micronutrients
- FoxFarm adds 20 species of beneficial microbes to help convert fertilizers into vital plant food
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|Item Dimensions||3 x 9 x 13 in||6.9 x 10.7 x 2.8 in||2.6 x 7 x 10.7 in||2.6 x 7 x 10.7 in||8 x 3 x 10 in||3.2 x 3.3 x 9 in|
Tomato & Vegetable formula is pH-balanced with premium organic ingredients like bat guano, kelp meal, alfalfa meal, fish meal and humic acid, a naturally occurring organic material that is formed when organic matter decomposes. Humic acid helps with seed germination and may increase the uptake of important micronutrients
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.
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I put 3 tomatoes, 2 eggplants, and various peppers in the fabric pots (one per pot). The Happy Frog seemed like the fertilizer analysis I needed to start these so I mixed this into my dirt. To make my dirt, I mixed about 1/4 old dirt from last year, peat, perlite, vermiculite, Dr. Earth compost, cow manure, and worm castings.
Along with the Happy Frog Tomato and Veg, I added:
Crab Meal (Neptune's Harvest)
Blood Meal (not much)
BioTone (in the hole at planting)
And that's it! My plants look AMAZING!! I am the envy of all my neighbors!!!
I have been side dressing with Jobe's Tomato and Vegetable granular (I like the lower nitrogen), Neptune's Harvest Fish & Seaweed, and Dr. Earth Bud & Bloom Liquid (only use this last one on flowering veggies) and epsom salt (they need that magnesium and sulfur to absorb the calcium in the bone meal and crab meal). We have had the cloudiest and rainiest spring in years here in the Northeast (Pittsburgh, PA) but my tomatoes have already outgrown their cages. I'm trying to figure out what to do when the sun comes back! So glad I only grew 3 tomato plants this year!!! They are covered in baby green tomatoes, just waiting for the sun to ripen!!!
You should see my tomato plants!! They are literally as tall as I am, though to be fair I'm only 5'3". Still, that's pretty impressive for a normal tomato plant. Everything else in my garden has done wonderfully as well! I grew up on a farm and we always had a garden, and I have never seen a garden grow as well as mine has with this fertilizer. It doesn't even have a bad smell, and it's very easy to spread since it's just dry granules. I highly recommend this for any garden!
By the way, this is a garden that we just started growing things in again, since we just bought this house. This is the only fertilizer I used.
I just had to add: my tomato plants have so many tomatoes on them that they've pulled the plants over and bent the tomato cages!! We have more cucumbers and beans than we know what to do with, too. This stuff is amazing!
So it was time to contact a hydroponic supply shop for some good advice. I found that most commercial growers were using a hand full of products or mixing their own. Fox Farm is well known for Hydroponic nutrient's and they happen to make Happy Frog. If this brand is good enough for high dollar hydro crops then it's good enough for my Tomato plants.
Come to find many other plants such as Bok Choy love it too which makes a very cost effective general purpose plant food. I also bought Fox Farm Marine Cuisine 10-7-7 4lb for my Blueberry plants since they like something with a bit more acid. I use it in my soil and to make tea by letting it dissolve in water for a couple days for direct feeding.