March 19, 2023 by Hope Gardens
Thank you for choosing Cabbage Hill Animal-Free Fertilizer. Why use animal byproducts when you can make a more sustainable choice, a more organic choice, a more ethical choice…and still get the best plant food available? Our fertilizers contain all-natural, organic, plant-based ingredients and minerals that provide both macro- and micro-nutrients as well as soil builders and mycorrhizae to support soil health. Finally, something to feel good about!
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Cabbage Hill Concentrates are a soluble, total fertilizer for your plants and vegetables. Many soluble fertilizers are higher in single ingredients rather than being a total balanced fertilizer. Our soluble fertilizers also include dilutable fulvic and humic acid as well as root-building mycorrhizae.
Traditional liquid fertilizers are sold diluted in water while Cabbage Hill offers a finely-milled dry concentrate. Selling soluble fertilizers this way is more economical to the consumer, uses less packaging and can be mixed at any quantity whenever you need it.
Cabbage Hill Vegetable Fertilizers are higher in phosphorus than nitrogen. Phosphorous contributes to flower and fruit growth which is vital in vegetables. Our Vegetable Fertilizers are also high in calcium which is important for fruit-bearing plants, especially in the mid- to late- vegetable season.
All our fertilizers are 100% organic, natural and vegan.
This liquid fertilizer can be used as a soil drench or foliar spray. Recommended dilutions can be varied depending on need, kind of plant and size of planting area. All the ingredients are natural and will not burn plants. Any excess diluted fertilizer can be poured on the compost bin. Long-term storage of mixed fertilizer is not recommended while in liquid form.
Please watch the video below for more information and visit our gardening blogs for everything you need to know about veganic gardening. Thank you for supporting Cabbage Hill’s mission to get the crap out of gardening and returning organic to its ethical roots.
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