A 100% natural & organic fertilizer! Dr. Earth Bulb Food (3-15-2) was created to meet the highest standard of fertility needs for all bulbs, rhizomes and tubers. Contains a hand-crafted blend of fish bone meal, alfalfa meal, soft rock phosphate, feather meal and potassium sulfate to produce bigger, more abundant bulbs… NATURALLY!
Dr. Earth fertilizer (Organic 1) contains a unique blend of premium organic-based ingredients that invigorate and improve the biological life in your soil. Dr. Earth does this by supplying raw organic material which feeds the fiber of the living soil by releasing organic matter. Give it a try… you’ll see BLUE RIBBON results!
• 100% natural & organic
• Slow release — feeds plants and soils over time!
• Better, more abundant blooms… NATURALLY!
• Promotes healthy growth in ALL types of plants
• Loosens and improves soil structure
• People and pet SAFE
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
New Bed Plantings: During bed preparation, mix in 1-1/2 cups Bulb Food per 10 square feet of growing area. Mix thoroughly into the soil to a depth of 4 to 6 inches, or as needed depending on the bulb.
Individual Bulb Planting: Once you have dug the planting hole to the correct depth, add 1 Tbsp. Bulb Food to the soil beneath each bulb as you go with growing buds pointing upwards. Cover with soil to the original soil level. Water thoroughly.
Established Bulbs: Sprinkle 1/2 cup Dr. Earth Organic 1 for every 10 square feet. For individual bulbs, use 1 Tbsp. in a 3″ to 4″ ring around the plant. Gently mix into the soil surface and water well.
New Plantings: When potting, mix 1 tablespoon Bulb Food to each quart of potting medium, or 1/2 cup per 1/2 cubic foot (approx. 5 gallons) of soil. Mix well with the soil. Plant bulbs at proper depth, water thoroughly.
Established Bulbs: Sprinkle 1 tablespoon Organic 1 per bulb in a 3 to 4 inch ring around the plant. Gently mix into the soil surface. Be careful not to damage new shoots. Water thoroughly. Feed the bulbs every month after flowering until the leaves die in the early fall.
For maximum results, always mix fertilizer with the soil prior to planting.