Miracle-Gro LiquaFeed Tomato, Fruits and Vegetables Plant Food is designed to help your vegetables and fruits get the nourishment they need to grow by providing the right amount of nutrients and minerals required by your plants. Grow a high-quality harvest by providing your vegetables and fruits with the sustenance they need by simply watering and feeding at the same time. This breakthrough in gardening has a guaranteed fertilizer analysis of 9-4-9. Available in a pack of 2 16 oz. bottles and comes with a handy dosing spoon which works for use with watering cans. Also works well with Miracle-Gro LiquaFeed Feeder.
Attach LiquaFeed Universal Feeder to the plug and attach a hose to the base of Feeder. The Feeder can also be placed on the ground and used in line between two hoses.
Insert the LiquaFeed plant food bottle by twisting it into the Feeder. Rotate bottle until vertical.
Turn knob to FEED. Turn on water and begin feeding with any watering device. Watering times will vary depending on the watering device used.
With Watering Cans:
Attach and twist the dosing spoon onto the LiquaFeed bottle after removing the cap.
Tilt the bottle and gently squeeze so that the liquid begins to fill the dosing spoon. Fill to top line to mix with 2 gallons of water or fill to lower line to mix with 1 gallon of water. Double the dose for Tomato plants to satisfy their higher nutritional requirements.
Pour Miracle-Gro Liquafeed Tomato, Fruits and Vegetables Plant Food from the dosing spoon into the watering can and fill with water. Apply diluted solution to the base of the plant. One gallon feeds approximately 10 square feet.
sorry didn't include enough info with first question submitted 5 min ago.
I have Miracle gro liquafeed for Tomatoes, fruits and vegetables (9-4-9). However, I do not have one of the measuring devices that you mentioned. I want to put the correct number of teaspoons, in a gallon of water to fertilize these plants. I will just water them out of a milk jug that I use to combine water and liquafeed. How many teaspoons, or fractions of teaspoons do I use for tomatoes fruits and vegetables. Thanks for your help