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8-Lbs Osmocote Plus Outdoor & Indoor Smart-Release Plant Food EXPIRED

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Thanks OP, in for three. Love this stuff.
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Just a few cents higher than the lowest price in the spring. Thanks!
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Just a few cents higher than the lowest price in the spring. Thanks!
yes thats when i got it. i didnt know it was over 25$ for real until i started researching if i had a good deal.
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Anyone know how this compares to the other FP deal? Miracle-Gro 10-Lbs Water Soluble All Purpose Plant Food https://slickdeals.net/f/13392013-scotts-turf-builder-12-5-lbs-winterguard-fall-lawn-fertilizer-5-00...
I don't have experience with either. Specifically for indoor plants, if it makes a difference. TIA
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My favorite nursery uses this stuff on all their plants and their plants look nice and healthy. A free alternative is coffee grounds from Starbucks.
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Anyone know how this compares to the other FP deal? Miracle-Gro 10-Lbs Water Soluble All Purpose Plant Food https://slickdeals.net/f/13392013-scotts-turf-builder-12-5-lbs-winterguard-fall-lawn-fertilizer-5-00...
I don't have experience with either. Specifically for indoor plants, if it makes a difference. TIA
Both great, osmocote more slow release and 6month feeding and no pre mixing with water
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total newb here.

can this be used for fruit and veg plants too? or is there something better for that? thanks in advance.
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Used for years on fruit trees, contains many minor elements missing in some other brand formulations. Doesn't burn when overapplied and lasts about 4 months before it disappears from view, depending on rain and irrigation.
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I was thinking about it until I saw the review where this product seems to be full of tiny plastic balls. No thanks, I don't want garbage in my garden.
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I was thinking about it until I saw the review where this product seems to be full of tiny plastic balls. No thanks, I don't want garbage in my garden.
Yea they even say that the nutrients release but the shell stays in the soil... not sure I want the plastic shells in my garden.
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I was thinking about it until I saw the review where this product seems to be full of tiny plastic balls. No thanks, I don't want garbage in my garden.
This should be illegal, like those scrubbing facial cleaners.
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total newb here.

can this be used for fruit and veg plants too? or is there something better for that? thanks in advance.
I would go for more organic, natural fertilizer for fruits & vegies. For tomatoes, peppers, squash ... I'd go with tomato-tone. In early growth, use more N. For end of middle, end season use more P and K like bone meal.
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Anyone know how this compares to the other FP deal? Miracle-Gro 10-Lbs Water Soluble All Purpose Plant Food https://slickdeals.net/f/13392013-scotts-turf-builder-12-5-lbs-winterguard-fall-lawn-fertilizer-5-00...
I don't have experience with either. Specifically for indoor plants, if it makes a difference. TIA
it depends on your plant. Some like liquid feeds better than granules and vice versa. These granules are better because you are not mixing with water everytime you water. You sprinkle on top and set a calendar with the next feeding which should be at least 3 months ahead. If your plants are dormant because of winter then you dont feed them till spring again tho.
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