Espoma Plant Tone

Espoma Plant Tone

How to Use & When to Apply: For garden beds, work into the top 4 inches of soil, using 4 pounds per 100 square feet, then water in. Apply once a month during the growing season. For new flower and vegetable plants, mix 1 cup of Plant Tone into the soil used to...
Espoma Tree Tone

Espoma Tree Tone

How to Use & When to Apply: When planting new trees Dig a hole twice as wide and the same depth as the root ball. Arrange the tree so it will be at the same depth as it was in the container or just slightly above. Fill half the hole with compost or organic peat...
Espoma Rose Tone

Espoma Rose Tone

How to Use & When to Apply: To plant bare-root roses, dig a hole about 12 inches across and 18 inches deep. Add peat moss and 3 cups of Rose-tone to the soil and mix thoroughly, and use this mixture to partially refill the hole. Make a cone of soil to place the...
Espoma Soil Acidifier

Espoma Soil Acidifier

How to Use & When to Apply: To lower soil pH, apply Espoma Soil Acidifier in spring. Use a soil tester to monitor pH level before amending soil. Wear gloves when applying sulfur. Apply 1¼ cups per plant for new plantingsApply 2½ cups to each established plant...
Espoma Tomato Tone

Espoma Tomato Tone

How to Use & When to Apply: When planting tomato beds, work 3 pounds for every 50 square feet into the top 4 to 6 inches of soil. To reapply, apply 1 cup per 5 feet of row twice a month throughout the growing season. Water thoroughly after application. Keep...
Espoma Garden Tone

Espoma Garden Tone

How to Use & When to Apply: For new vegetable plants, apply 3.5 pounds per 50 square feet and work into the top 4 to 5 inches of soil before planting; apply again 7 to 10 days after planting seedlings or transplants. Avoid contact with stems and foliage. Apply to...
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