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Miracle-Gro Shake ’n Feed Plant Food for Vegetables
By: Jodi Marks
Miracle-Gro Shake ’n Feed plant food for fruits and vegetables contains the perfect blend of nutrients to help your plants grow and produce. Simply sprinkle the plant food on soil to give plants an immediate boost while also providing nutrients for up to three months.
Miracle-Gro Shake ’n Feed also contains calcium to fortify plant roots and stems, and produce higher quality fruit and vegetables. In addition it can help prevent plant diseases such as blossom end rot.
Miracle-Gro Shake ’n Feed is available at The Home Depot in various formulations for specific gardening needs including fruits and vegetables, roses, flowers, citrus, and palm. Watch this video to find out more.
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You know when I was growing up, my Mom always said, “Now drink your glass of milk because it’s got calcium in it, and you’ll grow up nice and strong.” Well, you know what? Your fruits and vegetables need calcium, too, to grow up nice and strong; but you certainly don’t want to pour milk over them. What you can do instead is pour this.
Now, this is the Miracle-Gro Shake ’n Feed. And it actually contains the necessary calcium to help them grow up nice and strong, because it’s gonna fortify their roots and their stems and also the fruit itself. Now, it’s very easy to use, very convenient container that you can just shake it out either on the ground on in your container; and it’s got all the necessary nutrients for your plants.
Another thing about this is that it’s got a continuous feed cycle, so over a three month period it will continuously release these nutrients into the soil to really create strong plants. So if you want strong, healthy, hearty, fruits and vegetables for your family; ditch the glass of milk on your plants, and pour a little bit of this.
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