DIRECTIONS FOR USING ROOTBLAST
Use the following directions as guidelines when applying Rootblast to your plants. Wait two weeks before applying additional fertilizer.
Transplants/Bedding Plants Outdoors
Sprinkle 1-scoop (1 tsp.) of Rootblast into hole, position plant and gently fill soil around roots. Gently pack soil and water thoroughly.
Already Planted Perennials, Shrubs & Trees
Sprinkle 1-scoop (tsp.) of Rootblast per 12-inches of plant drip line. (The drip line is the circumference of the green growth of the plant.) Gently work Rootblast 1-inch into the soil and water thoroughly with a gentle spray.
Seeds Indoors & Outdoors
Sprinkle ¼-scoop (tsp.) into each hole, or 1-scoop (tsp.) per 12-inches of seed row. Drop in seed(s) and cover with soil per seed packet instructions. Water thoroughly.
IMPORTANT: Water thoroughly after applying Rootblast. Wait two weeks before applying any additional fertilizer. Do not apply more Rootblast than recommended.
Repotting House Plants
When repotting you should choose a pot or container that is one size larger than the one being used if the plant is to large for the pot. When planting in a container that is 6-inches or smaller mix 1-scoop (tsp.) of Rootblast with soil. For larger containers add another ½-scoop (tsp.) of Rootblast for every additional 2-inches of container. Water thoroughly.
Outdoor Containers or Pots
Mix 1-scoop (tsp.) of Rootblast with soil when planting in a 4 to 6-inch container. For larger containers add another ½-scoop (tsp.) of Rootblast for every additional 2-inches of container. Water thoroughly.
Already Planted Flower/Vegetable Beds
Sprinkle 1-scoop (tsp.) of Rootblast around each plant. If you do not want to take the time to do each plant individually, you may broadcast one scoop per 1 square foot. Water thoroughly with a gentle spray.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING PLANTBLAST
Sprinkle half scoop (tsp) per 6 to 8 inch pot. Gently work into soil and water well. Choose a pot that is one size larger when repotting overgrown plant.
In Ground Planting
Dig hole two times larger than the plant’s root ball. Sprinkle 1 scoop of Plantblast into the hole, position plant and gently fill soil around roots. Gently pack soil to be sure no air pockets are around the root base and water thoroughly.
Outdoor Container Plants
Mix 2 scoops of Plantblast for every gallon of soil. Maker sure pot has good drainage. Reapply every 3 to 4 weeks.
Established Plants in Ground and Containers
Clear away dead leaves or mulch from around the drip line of the plant. Sprinkle one scoop of Plantblast for every 12 inches of drip line and gently work into soil and water thoroughly.
Plantblast can be applied every 3 to 4 weeks as needed throughout the spring and summer. Water thoroughly after each application.
In cold areas stop applying to outdoor perennials in the fall so the roots can prepare for winter weather – be sure to apply mulch before frost.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING TOMATOBLAST
Mix 2 scoops of Tomatoblast for every gallon of soil. (4 qts = 1 gallon)
Sprinkle 2 to 3 scoops of Tomatoblast evenly over soil surface, below branches, away from base of plant. (This is the drip line) Lightly scratch into soil and water thoroughly.
Tomatoblast can be applied every 2 to 4 weeks as needed throughout the growing season. Water thoroughly after each application.
In Ground Planting
Dig hole two times larger than the plants root ball. Sprinkle 1 scoop (tsp) of Tomatoblast into hole before planting.
Mix 3 scoops of Tomatoblast throughout bag when planting for best results. Add 3 scoops every 2 to 3 weeks throughout growing season.
DIRECTIONS FOR USING GRASSBLAST
Recommended Application Rates:
One Teaspoon ( 1 small scoop) per one square foot (12” x 12”)
Three Tablespoons ( 3 larger scoops) per one square yard (36” x 36”)
One Pound per 100 to 115 Square feet
Apply fertilizer in mid-spring, late summer and late fall.
Spreader Setting #4
Grassblast was formulated to foster robust root development of the germinating seed and new root development of seedlings and existing grasses. Grassblast may be applied to existing lawns for general feeding; or as a superb patch formula for problem areas such as brown dry spots, bare spots, dog spots, sparse growth areas, new sod or seeded areas.
Mow lawn, remove leaves and dead grass, etc. Rake, loosen or aerate the spot. Sow the appropriate or desired seed and gently rake to cover. Then sprinkle recommended rate of Grassblast evenly over the area. Keep the area well watered until the seeds germinate and grass as grown sufficiently to cover spot, then water as needed.
Follow instructions on the grass seed package for soil preparation then apply Grassblast at the recommended application rate. Grassblast can be applied before or after spreading seed.
Apply Grassblast at the recommended rate prior to laying sod. If sod already placed Grassblast can be applied to sod and water well.