Grow More 2-2-2 Lucky Bamboo Fertilizer

Grow More 2-2-2 Lucky Bamboo Fertilizer

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Product Overview

The Grow More 2 - 2 - 2 Lucky Bamboo Fertilizer is an effective fertilizer that helps the bamboo plants establish faster. Tap water works best on taking care of bamboo plants except distilled water. Taking care of bamboo plants would mean changing the water weekly especially in summertime. Change the water 2-3 times a month on winter days. The bamboo plant's roots grows well in pebbles or water, but they can grow in soil too. This concentrate can make 48 gallons.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Total Nitrogen - 2.00% Available Phosphate - 2.00% Soluble Potash - 2.00% Iron - 0.10%
For use in Soil and Potted Bamboo Plants
Application 1/2 - 1 tsp. per gallon of water once per month as needed
- Adjust amount to desired growth and color
Yield Makes 48 gallons
Shipping Weight 0.63 lbs
Manufacturer Grow More Inc (Mfg. Number: 7857)
UPC 080986078576

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DIRECTIONS

The amount of ilght intensity, duration and time of year affect rate of growth. Plants growing in deep shaded areas require less fertilizer than when growing in well lighted areas.

Mix 1/2 to 1 teaspoon per gallon of water once per month as needed. Adjust amount to desired growth and color.

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Can I mix less than 1 gallon of Grow More 2-2-2 Lucky Bamboo Fertilizer? What ratio?
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Grow More 2-2-2 Lucky Bamboo Fertilizer is mixed at the rate of 1/2 - 1 tsp. per gallon of water once per month as needed.  If you use a smaller amount of water you would just need to divide that by how ever much you intend to use.  IE if you are using a quart of water divide by 4 since there are 4 quarts in a gallon.

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