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4% Calcium!Premium Rose Food!
There is no better rose fertilizer on the market.Read the Testimonials: authentic and unedited
Roses are not your usual flower. Flowers generally prefer high phosphorus for blooming. Roses prefer high nitrogen
and less phosphorus. Roses also require a lot of calcium. Rose Garden provides 4% calcium, instantly available.Bat guanos, Sea Kelp, Mycorrhizae, Earthworm Castings, Humic Acid, Vitazyme®, Amino Acids, and Hydroponic-grade minerals.
Use Urban Farm Fertilizers in our Urban Farm GroSystems, soil, drip systems, or hand-watering for complete nutrition and eye-popping yields.Save!!
Buy by the case and get big discounts on price and shipping! (Order below)Buy mixed gallon cases:
order any 4-pack of gallons, send us an email with order number, tell us the mix of formulas you want. For instance: 1 gal Veg, 1 gal TTF, 1 gal Flowers, 1 gal Liquid Lawn. Get the discount.
Super-concentrated!! One gallon makes 256 gallons!
Mixing rate: 1tbls/gallon, or 1/2oz/gallon using a measuring cup.
Rose Garden is a premium greenhouse-grade rose nutrient at direct-from-manufacturer pricing. It has been developed over many years of trials and tissue analysis to provide the highest nutrition for roses.
All Urban Farm Formulas are designed to produce stunning results in soil and potted plants, as well as hydroponics. .
We have also demonstrated that humic acid, bat guano, sea kelp, earthworm castings, and enzymes in the correct ratios and concentration add significantly to metabolic processes and the uptake of nutrients. Our formulas are the result of years of ongoing side-by-side trials and tissue analysis.
The skinny on N-P-K percentages: Our NPK values look low compared to, say, a generic 20-20-20. That's because liquids weigh much more than dry powders, and NPK is based on "percentage of weight". For example: we have done side-by-side testing of nutrient strength with Urban Farm Liquid Fertilizers vs the bigger 20-20-20 dry powders in the business. Tablespoon-for-tablespoon in a gallon of water, we are typically 15-20% stronger. True nutrient strength has much more to do with the quality and availability of the components used.