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I read somewhere that someone makes frtlizer pellets that can be used in and around shrubs. They are time release and are about the size of a quarter round and about 1/2" thick or close to that??????


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I read somewhere that someone makes frtlizer pellets that can be used in and around shrubs. They are time release and are about the size of a quarter round and about 1/2" thick or close to that??????

Any help is much appreciated.
Are you looking for something that fits that size specification, or are you more concerned with getting results?

We carry several granular compost products, worm castings, and liquid products that will do the job well and are economical. Granular products & worm castings are sold by the pallet, liquid products can be purchased in smaller amounts.
 

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What kind of liquid fertilizer do you have?? That would work for shrubs. Dwarf Nandina, Hollys, Crepe Mrytles, Dwarf Alberta Spruce, Veragated Privettes, Red Tip Photunia, and other various shrubs. Thank you for your time.
 

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Fish Hydrolysate, liquid seaweed, liquid humates, and others.
And don't forget, Tech-Terra distributes the ICT products in the mid Atlantic, its really all of those tied into one
 

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Alfalfa pellets work wonders on trees and shrubs. About the cheapest organic fertilizer you will find and is steamed in the process of making the pellets thereby killing weed seeds. Is recommended by NOFA for shrubs. 50lb bag runs about $8.00 here.
 
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