Transplanting Plants

Transplanting our plants is what most of do. Whether we start from seeds or buy small plants to put in the garden.  This transplanting is a stressful period for young garden and vegetable plants. Minimizing transplant shock keeps plants growing vigorously, avoiding
unnecessary setbacks that can delay flowering and reduce yields.

How can get the most out of your transplanted plants?

• Avoid transplanting during the day to avoid root desiccation or drying out.
• Cloudy weather is the best time to transplant.
• Keep the soil moist until plant root systems become well-established.
• Use a mixture of one ounce of AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer (NOF)  and one-half ounce of AGGRAND Liquid Bonemeal (NBM) with one gallon of water for bare root soaking.

                                   Free AGGRAND Natural Fertilizer Guide
Stuart Fluke
Independent T-1 Certified AGGRAND Dealer
www.flukesgreatoutdoors.com

2 thoughts on “Transplanting Plants

  1. You really make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really something which I think I would never understand. It seems too complicated and extremely broad for me. I’m looking forward for your next post, I’ll try to get the hang of it! you must include more easy topics for example “cialis” but its ok, you have a very nice site… Thank you!…

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