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Herb Plant Food - Organic
Keep your Herb plants healthy and producing at full steam all season.
Feed them Herb Plant Tea or Organic Herb Plant Food.
Yes I am an Angora Rabbit. My job is to make fertilizer. And after enjoying a
day out in the gassy area around the Pear Trees making compost is an easy
job. Other ingredients are added such as fish emulsion, kelp, sea weed and
llama compost.

The Herb Plant Food is easy to use. Mix in a hand full into you garden soil.
Toss in a hand full and then just take your hoe and mix into your soil. Or
another fast and easy way to add the Herb Plant Food to your soil is to toss
an hand full around the base of the plant and just water in. Either way will
work. Just remember for best results be sure and feed your Herb Plants
about every 2 months. The Herb Plant Food is all organic so feed as often as
you like as there is no chemicals therefore no chemical build up in your soil.
such thing. If someone trires to tell you that their variety of plants are
"disease resistant variety". Beware!! What determines if a plant is going
to grow health is the soil and the nutrients available to the growing
plants.  

Here's a few easy guide lines when preparing your soil.
1. Make sure the soil has nutrients - add plant food and use compost tea.
No need to over do it. A moderate amount goes a long way.

2. Be sure to water once a month with "Herb Compost Tea".
Now your Herb Plants will grow and produce plentiful harvests because
they have the nutrients necessary grow.
3 Tablespoons in 1 gallon of water.
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