Peters Professional 10-30-20 Peat-Lite Plant Starter Fertilizer

Peters Professional 10-30-20  Peat-Lite Plant Starter Fertilizer

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Product Overview

The Peters Professional 10-30-20 Peat-Lite Plant Starter Fertilizer (E99350) is a water soluble fertilizer that is best utilized during transplanting, before bloom inception or when higher phosphate is necessary. It works effectively on virtually all types of flowering material for developing bud count, bud set, and the size and color of flowering. It is intended for water types 2, 3 and 4. The fertilizer contains 10 percent nitrogen, 30 percent phosphate, 20 percent potassium and other essential micronutrients.

Features and Specs

Active Ingredient Nitrogen - 10% Phosphate - 30% Potash - 20% Magnesium - 1.3%, Boron - 0.0125%, Copper - 0.0125%, Iron - 0.05%, Manganese - 0.025%, Molybdenum - 0.005%, Zinc - 0.025%
For use in General greenhouse production (Use throughout the plant's budding and flowering season)
Application * See label for complete application instructions
Pet safe Yes, if used as directed on label
Formulation Professional Product
Material / Construction Derived from Ammonium Phosphate, Potassium Nitrate, Potassium Phosphate, Magnesium Sulfate, Boric Acid, Copper EDTA, Iron EDTA, Manganese EDTA, Ammonium Molybdate, Zinc EDTA
Special Features B (Base) formulation can be used alone or rotated with a C (Customizing) component
Shipping Weight 25.36 lbs
Manufacturer Everris Na Inc. (Mfg. Number: E99350)
UPC 848264001308

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Can I use Epsom salt along with Peter's Professional 10-30-20 fertilizer?

It would not be necessary to add Epsom salt when fertilizing with Peter's Professional 10-30-20 because the product already contains magnesium in it. Magnesium is essential to plant development to help the plant produce chlorophyll. If you feel like you absolutely need to use Epsom salt, we would recommend to do a soil test first. Soils with a pH above 7 and soils high in calcium and potassium also generally have low magnesium levels. Calcium and potassium compete with magnesium for uptake by plant roots, and magnesium often loses. Sometimes, a soil test will show adequate magnesium levels in soil, but a plant grown in that soil may still be deficient because of that competition.

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