Liquid VS Slow Release fertilizers

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Liquid VS Slow Release fertilizers Liquid & Water Soluble Fertilizers  act quickly to flush nutrients to plants. Initially, they can come as either a concentrate or a dry product, but both kinds are water soluble. Plant roots and leaves absorb them immediately when coming into contact with them, which makes them excellent if your plants are suffering from deficiencies or need a fast, heavy dose of nutrients.

Slow-Release Fertilizers  come in granules that look like beads and they are not water soluble the way liquid fertilizers are. They release gradual doses of nutrients into the soil, rather than flooding the soil with food all at once. Compared to liquid fertilizers, this makes them less likely to burn roots and foliage and gives them a longer duration. Depending on the formula, they can release nutrients for a few weeks or 8 to 9 months. Liquid VS Slow Release fertilizers

Liquid fertilizers and slow-release formulas require different methods of application in the garden or yard. When using liquid fertilizers, dilute them in water before applying them directly to the soil, close to the plant roots. To ensure they maintain their effectiveness, reapply about 2 to 4 times a month. Slow-release fertilizers are applied just once or twice a year, because they remain effective for longer than liquid fertilizers. You can work them into the topsoil at planting or apply to the soil’s surface later. If fertilizing a lawn, you can place the slow release fertilizer in a spreader and walk it across your lawn to evenly apply the granules across the grass.

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