Bio-tone Starter Plus

Espoma Organic Bio-tone Starter Plus 4-3-3 Natural & Organic Starter Plant food with both Endo & Ecto Mycorrhizae

  • FOR EVERYTHING YOU PLANT: Use Bio-tone Starter Plus fertilizer when planting / transplanting all plants.
  • CONTAINS: Bio-tone Starter Plus is a rich blend of the finest natural & organic ingredients enhanced with both endo & ecto mycorrhizae and our exclusive Bio-tone formula; 4-3-3 Fertilizer analysis with 5% calcium. Bio-tone Starter Plus is environmentally Safe – No sludges or toxic ingredients.
  • WHEN / HOW TO USE: Use Bio-tone Starter Plus fertilizer when planting / transplanting. Mix thoroughly with soil used to backfill the planting hole so the Bio-tone Starter Plus is in the plant root zone. It is ready to use.
  • FOR ORGANIC GARDENING: Bio-tone Starter Plus is approved for organic gardening; It is a registered Organic Input Material meaning it meets all requirements for organic production.
  • MADE IN THE USA: Product of the Espoma Company. The leader in natural organics since 1929.

 


For use on:

For everything you plant.  Use when planting all flowers, vegetables, trees and shrubs.

When to use:

Use at time of planting to help produce large root systems very quickly.  This will help ensure that new plantings get maximum water and nutrients from the soil to minimize transplant loss.

How much to use:

Flower Beds: Mix 4 lbs. (12 cups) per 100 square feet into the top 4” to 6” of soil.
Bulbs: Place 1 tsp. per bulb in the hole prior to planting.
Potting Mixes: Mix 9 lbs. per cu. yd. or 1 cup per cu. ft.
New Lawns: Apply 10 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. prior to seeding or installing sod.

Bio-tone Starter Plus Application Table:

Plant Size Cups Lbs.
Up to Two Gallon 1 1/3
Five Gallon 2 2/3
Fifteen Gallon 4 1-1/3
24″ Ball 6 2
36″ Ball 24 8
48″ Ball 30 10

How to apply:

  • Planting Beds:  Mix into the top 4-6″ of soil prior to planting.
  • Trees & Shrubs:  Mix into the soil used to backfill the planting hole.
  • Potting Mixes:  Mix thoroughly into the soil mix prior to planting.

 

Available in 4, 8, 18, & 25 lb. bags and 5 oz. packets.

1 pound equals approx. 3 cups.

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