The Native Americans used to use a planting method called Three Sisters in which they planted three plants together that helped each other grow. The English to this day are careful not to put certain kinds of manure on their roses because they know those types will burn the roots. Those same principles apply to commercial fertilizers.
Each plant is unique and thrives or dies based on what type of nutrients, minerals, etc. that it receives. What’s good for one plant can be lethal for another. Plantcaretoday.com explains why it’s important to use more than one fertilizer in your garden. To learn how to choose the right fertilizers, click the link below.
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