Sunday, July 26, 2015

Happy Frog Potting Soil Review

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Nutrient-rich Happy Frog Potting Soil is extremely advised for container gardens. It prepares to make use of best from the bag and is pH-adjusted to enable optimum nutrient uptake. This unique mix is alive with useful soil microorganisms and mycorrhizal fungis that considerably broaden root advancement making it possible for plants to feed more boldy.
Happy Frog Potting Soil

Happy Frog Potting Soil is alive with advantageous microorganisms and fungis that assist break down raw material and feed the plant roots. Chock-full of earthworm castings, bat guano and composted forest humus ... your potted plants are gon na' feel fantastic.

Offered in TWO sizes: 12 quart bags and 2 cubic foot bags (51.4 quarts).

INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:

Container Veggies-- Choose a container size huge enough to accommodate those tasty appeals. Carefully protect those infants by pushing gently around each plant.

Planter Boxes-- Surround your porch and deck with all those luscious, high-maintenance flowers that make your next-door neighbors envious. Use full-strength in planter boxes and hanging baskets to keep things flowering. To jump begin existing planters, work in a 3" layer of potting soil around each plant.

Components: Composted forest humus, sphagnum peat moss, perlite, earthworm castings, bat guano, humic acid (stemmed from Leonardite), oyster shell and dolomite lime (for pH modification).

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