Citrus Fertilizer – Jack’s Citrus FeED

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CITRUS FERTILIZER, Jack’s Citrus FeED – 1.5 lb. Tub

Jack’s Citrus FeED is a water soluable citrus fertilizer, 20-10-20. You mix the granules with water and then water your citrus plant. I use this product when my citrus trees are in the house because it has no odor. I apply a half diluted solution every time that I water. My citrus trees love it.

This fertilizer is not formulated specifically for organic gardening, but I have been using Jack’s products for 45 years, and I find them to be exceptional. The company is a family business located in Pennsylvania.

Citrus Fertilizer - Jack's Citrus FeED

Harvesting History thanks you for the purchase of your citrus tree. Citrus trees do require ongoing care, but with careful attention your citrus tree will be one of the most rewarding plants that you ever grow.

Whether you use the fertilizers we recommend or select other fertilizers, there are some factors which you need to take into consideration. The most important is that you MUST use citrus fertilizers when feeding your trees. Citrus fertilizers contain micronutrients which prevent blossom and immature fruit drop.

Many of our customers have complained that their citrus trees bloom, but do not produce fruit. In nearly all cases it is because they have not been using citrus fertilizer.

The recommended fertilizing routine is to fertilize once a month from February or March through October. From November through January or February, you give your plants a rest. This is an excellent routine, but I use a different regimen. My trees are grown in the Northeast so I fertilize year round. When the plants are in the house, I use Jack’s Citrus FeED, a half diluted solution, every time I water. When the plants are outside, I use Espoma’s Citrus-tone, and I apply it once every 2-3 weeks. I don’t use Citrus-tone in the house because it stinks.

If you want fruit from your citrus trees you must fertilize and you must fertilize regularly.

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