Gardening and Design
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Can you tell me your experience with working with Biosol Forte 7-2-1? I read your post and I have used it in a suburban garden planter for 1 year and I don’t see a difference with it.
I generally use Biosol for landscapes, applying it as close to the first snow as possible in the fall/winter. It’s slow release nature gives plants the boost they need once the snow begins to melt – it’s waiting and ready for them as they break dormancy. I will often follow up with compost or other organic mulch once the ground is clear and sometimes apply another round of Biosol in the early spring – particularly to lawns and high producing flower beds. What do you grow in your planter and what climate do you live in? It sounds like there may be other options for you… happy to help.
I live in the Southern California area north of LA and inland. The planters are mostly citrus and roses planted in a cactus mix soil for about of 3′depth and then severe heavy clay for miles deep. In hindsight, we should have used raised planters but that option now is too late.
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