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Garden Fertilizers and Rates of Application

3-4 weeks after planting 1 Amount per 10 ft of row +

At planting time Cups per 100 sq. ft. #

Type and examples of grades

lb/cup

Synthetic Balanced

0.44

10-10-10

7

0.5 cup

14-14-14

5

5 Tbsp

18-18-18

4.5

4 Tbsp

20-20-20

3.5

3.5 Tbsp

High P (one option is starter fertilizer for lawns 2 )

 

(10-20-10; 7-22-8)

0.45

8

0.5 cup

High P and K (one option is winterizer fertilizer for lawns 2 )

(9-23-30; 10-20-30)

0.50

6

0.5 cup

Nitrogen only (or high nitrogen, one option being regular lawn fertilizer 2 )

Regular lawn fertilizer 28-4-4, 30-3-3, etc.

0.4

2.25

2.5 Tbsp

Ammonium sulfate 21-0-0

0.36

4

4 Tbsp

Ammonium nitrate 33-0-0

0.4

2.25

2.5 Tbsp

Urea 45-0-0

1.67

2 Tbsp

Organic/organic-based (4-6-6; 4-7-10; 5-3-3)

0.4

15

1 cup

1. Applying Nitrogen 3-4 weeks after planting is not recommended for tomatoes.

2. Do NOT use weed and feed types of lawn fertilizer for vegetable gardens.

# Spread on soil surface and till in to a depth of 4-6 inches. Provides approximately 0.3 lb N/100 ft 2 .

+ Apply alongside the row and lightly mix with soil.