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Fertilized the Vegetable Garden Containers

Tuesday, 01 May 12 Cloudy 22°C / 72°F

So I finally fertilized my Vegetable Garden Containers today with Jobe’s Organic Vegetable and Tomato Fertilizer which I should have done in the very beginning when I first planted them but hey better late than not at all. My Snow Peas have been screaming for help and I hope this helps them out and I am able to recover them. It says to water them after I put it in? but I’m not sure how they’ll hold up since it just recently rained and they got plenty of water? I just hope I some inprovement in the plants since they were looking very drab. Thank you to everyone who helped me out trying to figure out what was going on with my snow peas smiles.


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