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15-Ct Jobe's Fertilizer Spikes (Fruits & Citrus, Trees & Shrubs & More) EXPIRED

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Lowes.com has several 15-Count Jobe's Fertilizer Spikes on sale for $5. Select free store pickup where stock permits to save on shipping. Thanks powerfuldoppler

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These fertilizer spikes ensure a continuous supply of nutrients to your plant below the surface where the active roots are growing. Easy to insert around the soil of each plant's drip line and the slow-release formula lasts all season. - Randy71

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Lowes has a few Jobe's tree fertilizer spikes on sale for $5. Store pick up and YMMV depending on zip.

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Wonder if these should only be used downstream from well. Don't treat lawn with any ptoducts but have some trees that need some help.
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Thanks. Got 4 packs
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Thanks. Got 6 packs with free shipping.
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Sh!t Sticks...
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My local Walmart had the same deal.
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Use Jobe's 15-Count Tree and Shrub Food (Citrus) if you have fruit dropping problem. I 've been using it for a long time.
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Thanks. Got 6 packs with free shipping.
How did you get free shipping? When I put 6 in I see $8 shipping.
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How did you get free shipping? When I put 6 in I see $8 shipping.
Sign in to your Lowes account and you will get free shipping.
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Serious question - What does this item do? 😕
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Little high in nitrogen. Probably best in the fall to get some late growth before winter.
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Which of three options work flowers
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Question for the smart tree people: So back in April, my electric company gave me a baby tree. They said it was a white dogwood. I planted it and I water it most days unless it rains. Most of the leaves it came with have died off but new ones have taken their place. I don't know what to do for the fall or winter. Would these fertilizer spikes be useful?
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Question for the smart tree people: So back in April, my electric company gave me a baby tree. They said it was a white dogwood. I planted it and I water it most days unless it rains. Most of the leaves it came with have died off but new ones have taken their place. I don't know what to do for the fall or winter. Would these fertilizer spikes be useful?
I would wait until spring. Don't encourage growth before winter. Put these in next spring (probably 1 for that tree by the sound of it) and another one late summer after the hottest month you have.
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