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June 15, 2009

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David in Kansas

I wish for you great, healthy tomato plants!

I use Alaska fish fertilizer. This year, I am mostly doing foliar feeding as a test. I read somewhere that feeding a plant via the leaves helps keep bugs away. I'll see.

How's the rainfall around Northern Kentucky?

Tim

Can't wait to see how it works, my mom always puts 2 tablespoons of epson salt pure hill and always has great tomatoes.

Tim

Matron

Marc, I was interested to read about that fertilizer. I went to the website link to try to find out more about what's in it but there is not a great deal of detail. Do you know the NPK ratios for that feed? Is it a high potash mix?

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