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Fertilizers for vegetables

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In this category from the Semenata Shop online catalog for gardening and home, we will present our offers for vegetable fertilizers. We hope you will find quality fertilizers with us to feed cucumbers, tomatoes, eggplant, pepper, corn, as well as all other vegetables in the garden.

Fertilizers are available in different sizes – 50 g, 100 g, 500 g, 1 kg, 250 ml, 300 ml, 500 ml, 1 liter, and others. In the information describing the product, the cut in which it can be ordered is indicated. Depending on the form (liquid, granular, water-soluble) of the fertilizers, the cut is different. It is important to note that each fertilizer has a unique dosage and should be used exactly as described in the application instructions on the label.

Generally, vegetable fertilizers are applicable to different types of vegetables. They can be used to fertilize cabbage crops - cabbage, cauliflower, kale, leafy vegetables (lettuce, lettuce, endive), leafy-stem vegetables (celery), root crops (carrots, parsnips, radishes, turnips), in addition to cucumbers, okra, beetroot salad. Fertilizers intended for fertilizing vegetables are also used for fertilizing potatoes, onions, beans, peas, leeks, garlic, pumpkins, peppers, zucchini, and others.

In this category of the online store Semenata Shop, you can find, in addition to universal options for nourishing vegetables, also more specialized ones. We will introduce tomato fertilizers that take special care of tomatoes (whether they are cherry tomatoes, heart tomatoes, giant, black, yellow, or orange tomatoes).

You can feed your vegetables in addition to granular vegetable fertilizers by digging the granules around the plants, also by drip irrigation, and foliar feeding. If the vegetable fertilizer you have chosen is available in a water-soluble (liquid, powder, or crystalline form), the required dosage for foliar feeding and drip irrigation (fertilization by watering) is indicated on the package.

The content of chemical elements in mineral fertilizers for fertilizing vegetables is usually described on the label as follows in percentages:
Example: Total Iron (Fe) - 0.06 %, Iron (Fe EDTA) - 0.03 %, Iron (Fe EDDHMA) - 0.03 %, Total Zinc (Zn) - 0.10 %, Zinc (Zn) EDTA - 0.01 %, Manganese (Mn ) EDTA - 0.02%, Copper (Cu) EDTA - 0.01%, Boron (B) - 0.02%, Molybdenum (Mo) - 0.001%, Magnesium (MgO) - 0.01% and Ammonic acids - 1%.
Or by using only the abbreviations: N, P, K, Fe, Mn, Mg, etc.

Most mineral fertilizers for vegetables are perfectly applicable with almost all other chemicals aimed at protecting plants. Usually, preparations with an alkaline reaction are incompatible. In a potential combination, mineral fertilizers should be added last. Therefore, if it is necessary to treat with plant protection preparations and other fertilizers to correct certain indicators, it is desirable that the agronomist be notified of the exact commercial name and content of the fertilizer that has been used or is yet to be applied.

Depending on the fertilization period and the type of vegetables, balanced formulations with nitrogen:phosphorus: potassium ratio of 20-20-20 can be chosen, or those suitable for starting when planting with a higher content of Phosphorus (P) or when fruiting with high amount of Potassium (K).
Vegetable care fertilizers can be used for weekly, monthly, or one-time feeding of tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, cucumbers, potatoes, and others.