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Seems like not eligible for shipping to CA address..
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Ehhh a little too close to magic beans, if you ask me.

Oh. Nobody did. Got it....
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Ehhh a little too close to magic beans, if you ask me.

Oh. Nobody did. Got it....
Jack got it.
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Did not work! I used it in several plants in April and it's now September and none of them bloomed.
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This same as you used any organic fertilizer which is Omri listed with more Middle and last number p and K just put it around plant
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Did not work! I used it in several plants in April and it's now September and none of them bloomed.
this tablets are used for transplanting not mandatory. Did you use any fertilizer at all accordingly to your specific plants to give them a boost?
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this tablets are used for transplanting not mandatory. Did you use any fertilizer at all accordingly to your specific plants to give them a boost?
I transplanted at least 100 plants since April including 8 different bananas, many different agave, alocasia, lemons, limes, peaches, etc... I gave none of them a "boost" because they don't need it. A plant will thrive in the right conditions even if you get discounted/butchered plants off the clearance rack. All this extra stuff they sell is a money grab. Youtube compost, fertilizer and compost tea to do it better at home for free. Not directing this at you in particular just joining in the discussion.
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I transplanted at least 100 plants since April including 8 different bananas, many different agave, alocasia, lemons, limes, peaches, etc... I gave none of them a "boost" because they don't need it. A plant will thrive in the right conditions even if you get discounted/butchered plants off the clearance rack. All this extra stuff they sell is a money grab. Youtube compost, fertilizer and compost tea to do it better at home for free. Not directing this at you in particular just joining in the discussion.
yes, that's true that's why I said those tablets are not mandatory, I do not use them but have seen them everywhere, but that person I quoted above did not give any love to his plants to see them bloom. if you have the space you can make your own compost with all the leftovers and help the planet, and for free as you say. 🌱🌳 I think he did not read about his specific plant requirements
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Seems like not eligible for shipping to CA address..
I can't figure out why either
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Are these tablets just for outside plants or do they work in potted also??
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I can't figure out why either
Probably cause cancer when they cross into CA like everything else.
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Probably cause cancer when they cross into CA like everything else.
Not sure what you mean.

If something has been known to cause cancer they slap a label on there to warn people. That's it.
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Not sure what you mean.

If something has been known to cause cancer they slap a label on there to warn people. That's it.
My house is full of items that are perfectly safe in the rest of the USA but not in CA.
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