HAPPY FROG® ALL-PURPOSE FERTILIZER

For Use On Flowers, Vegetables and Ornamentals

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Happy Frog® All-Purpose is a ready-to-use blend of fertilizers and soil microbes that delivers nutrition where your plants need it most. Mycorrhizal fungi are included to help increase root efficiency, which may enhance nutrient uptake and water absorption. Recommended for vegetable gardens, annual and perennial flower gardens, ornamental plantings, and all types of container gardening. OMRI Listed® and Registered CDFA Organic Input Material. Happy Frog®—Crafted For Organic Gardening™







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How to Use


NEW CONTAINER PLANTS:

Add 2 tablespoons of Happy Frog® All-Purpose Fertilizer per gallon of soil. Fill container with mixture and set plant at appropriate height. Tamp soil gently to secure plant and water thoroughly. After three to four weeks use established plant application table below.


NEW IN-GROUND PLANTINGS:

Mix 2 parts of your preferred FoxFarm soil conditioner with one part native soil. Add 1/2 cup of Happy Frog® All-Purpose Fertilizer per 5 gallons of soil mixture. Fill hole while setting plant at correct height. Tamp soil gently to secure plant. Sprinkle 1/2 cup additional fertilizer around base of plant. Gently scratch into the top one inch of soil and water thoroughly. After three to four weeks use established plant application table below.


Feed by top-dressing monthly throughout the growing season. Lightly scratch into the top one inch of soil and water thoroughly.


NEW ROW PLANTINGS:

Till in a 3-6″ layer of your preferred FoxFarm soil conditioner to a depth of 8-12 inches. Add 1 cup Happy Frog® All-Purpose Fertilizer per 10 square feet of planting area and mix thoroughly. Set plants at correct height and water thoroughly. After three to four weeks use established plant application instructions below.


ESTABLISHED ROW PLANTINGS:

  • Apply 2 cups per ten square feet of plating area.

  • Feed by top-dressing monthly throughout the growing season. Lightly scratch into the top one inch of soil and water thoroughly.