Best bulb fertilizer

Darren Sage
Mon, 16 Jan 2006 07:17:49 PST
Sorry, I didn't mean to cause trouble.  I don't know how to use the 
archives.  But I will try to find out.  Any tips?


>From: Mary Sue Ittner <>
>Reply-To: Pacific Bulb Society <>
>To: Pacific Bulb Society <>
>Subject: Re: [pbs] Best bulb fertilizer
>Date: Sun, 15 Jan 2006 07:54:53 -0800
>Dear Darren,
>I'm not trying to discourage people from answering your question, but do
>think that when a post from the past is quoted it is helped to check the
>archives for the discussion that followed it:
>Tomato fertilizer is the subject to look for.
>I found this to be a fascinating thread, especially the confirmation that
>tomato fertilizers vary widely and that we cannot share cross country the
>ratios since NPK ratios are not internationally compatible.
>Specifically the post from Lee Poulsen that included Jim Lykos' post is
>instructive. (O.K. I concede that in this situation including the whole
>post saved time, but I still would rather people not do it for the sake of
>digest subscribers.)
>Discussions about fertilizers are always interesting because there seems to
>be such a wide range of differences in what people do and what works and
>doesn't work so advice on what formula to use is difficult. So much depends
>on the plant, the climate, and the medium that plant is growing in.
>Mary Sue
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