Your Nutrition Program
Soil pH is directly related to nutrient availability. For most plants, a pH of 7.0 - neutral - is ideal. Keep in mind, certain plants do require acidity.
This calendar is intended only as a starting point! We encourage you to make adjustments and find the schedule that works for you and your landscape.
Jump in at any point in Your Nutrition Program and start from the top next spring.
In most cases, you will have products left over in the fall. Be sure to take that into account before you top up your supply for next season!
Sections A to E
Flip to pages 3 and 4 of Your Nutrition Program to find descriptions for each required product. This schedule was mainly designed to help you time your applications.
If sodium amendment is necessary, a table will appear in this section. On this table you will find the required application rate.
It is up to you to decide how many applications you will make in a season. Be sure to track your applications as you make them to ensure that you reach your Annual Total by the end of the growing season.
Changes can be made to Your Nutrition Program to accommodate your schedule and routines. However, multiple products should never be applied on the same day.
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If your soil is highly acidic, a table will appear in this section. On this table you will find the required application rate.
Here you will find additional tips relating to your intended end use. In general, these tips are geared towards aesthetic improvements to your landscape.