Welcome to Espoma
Join our community of natural gardening enthusiasts
For Citrus and Avocado
- Complex blend of 100% natural & organic ingredients to provide complete & balanced feeding.
- Enhanced with Bio-tone® beneficial microbes.
- Long-lasting, slow release. Won’t burn or leach away.
- For citrus and avocados.
Available in 4, 8 and 18 lb. sizes
1 pound equals approx. 3 cups.
How to use
Make sure to provide adequate space for your tree when it reaches its full size.
Plant tree in full sun exposure for best results.
Dig a hole twice as wide and the same depth as the root ball. Remove 1/3 of the soil and replace it with compost, peat moss or a good planting mix.
Mix 1 cup of Espoma Citrus-tone into the amended soil.
Make a small cone of soil in the center of the hole and place the tree so that the roots are fanned out around the cone. Back-fill with the fortified soil until the roots are covered by several inches and tamp gently. After settling, the soil level next to the trunk should be at or below the level the tree grew in the nursery field or container. Water thoroughly after planting and check soil moisture often to ensure that the tree has adequate moisture.
After trees have made 6-8 inches of new growth begin the feeding schedule below.
Established Plants: Apply evenly around outer edge tree branches and mix into the soil. Plant food should not be applied within 6″ of the trunk. Water thoroughly after each application.
Lbs. to Apply
Cups to Apply
|Up to 3 Feet||
|Over 9 Feet||
Potted Plants: One teaspoon per 4″ of pot diameter. Double for pots over 12″.
With frequent watering of potted plants, nutrients may be lost and more frequent application may be required. Feed every 60 days late winter to fall.
When to use
Late Winter January/February: pre-bloom application will enhance flowering.
Late Spring May/June Post-bloom application will encourage better fruit set.
Fall September/October: This will ensure overall nutrient needs are met.
Where to use
For all citrus, fruit and nut trees
Slow release, long lasting for a complete and balanced feeding
Nineteen elements are considered essential for plant growth.
Grade, Net Weight, Guaranteed Analysis, Sources of Nutrients.
Synthetic Plant Foods & Neutral Organic Plant Foods.