Last summer I planted a few everbearing strawberry plants in our backyard. I wanted to make sure they would be able to make the move to The Mad House with us, so I bought a cheap hanging strawberry plant kit. To make sure that the plants weren’t shocked too much by the transition from ground to planter, I supplemented the organic soil with some of Whitney Farms® organic plant food.
Homegrown Strawberries with Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food
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All I had to do was mix 1/4 cup of the Whitney Farms® plant food per gallon of soil and mix thoroughly. It’s a simple as that! The mix feeds the plants for 4-6 weeks before you need to feed again.
The food contains specially designed protein blends to give the plants the nutrition they need, without the worry of chemicals you wouldn’t want on your food. Oh, and did I mention it is completely free of that nasty manure odor some organic plant food have? Yeah, bonus.
Now our strawberries will be able to travel to the new house with us, and we will be able to enjoy organic treats all summer long!
If you would like to try some of Whitney Farms Organic Plant Food or their Organic Tomato and Vegetable Food, be sure to use the $3 off coupon found on the Whitney Farms® website.
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