Spray-N-Grow: Garden products that are safe
I got this catalog for the first time this year. I'm always a little sceptical that every garden nurtrient can be supplied by spray products, but some of their offerings are very tempting. They say their Spray-N-Grow product is not a fertilizer or a hormone but a unique organic based micronutrient. An 8 oz. bottle is $11.95,
They advertise Bill's Perfect Fertilizer, 6-11-5. It blends hydrolyzed fish, calcium, sugar can extract, humus and seaweed. You can spray it on the leaves of the plant or pour it on the soil. Of course they also sell power sprayers as well as hand pump ones and they have a whole line of animal repellents. It's quite amazing to see a different repellent for moles, geese, squirrels, snakes rabbits and mice!
There is an interesting plant cage that is spiral and collapses for storage and a tomato round which is plastic circle six inches high to put around plants and fill with water to make sure the water soaks deeply into the soil. It's a little pricey at $8.95. I couldn't afford to buy it for my 20 tomatoe plants although I often have wanted just such a device.
There is a line of plant fungus and disease fighting products and calcium for eliminating blossom end rot on tomatoes. The compost pail looks interesting. It has a filter and is dishwasher safe.
It's an interesting catalog which you can order at 1.800.323.2363 or see online at Spray-n-grow
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Posted by Marilyn Renaker at January 20, 2011 3:47 AM