Ellen

I’m writing to ask about fertilizing plants that already have fruit on them. I’d like to give them fertilizer, but I realize that some might get on the fruit by accident in the process. Is it safe to just wash the peas carefully before eating? Do I need to wait a certain number of days after applying the fertilizer before harvesting, washing, and eating the peas? Would liquid fertilizer or fertilizer tea be better than the dry fertilizer in terms of getting fertilizer on the fruit? And what about lettuce or herbs – a little fertilizer is likely to get on the leaves.

Ellen

All of our products are 100% Organic regardless of our liquid and or dry fertilizers. If they get on your veggies or fruit, no worries, they’re not toxic. Just wash like you would normally wash produce. There is not a time frame of how long to wait on eating your fruit or veggies. As long as they are ripe to the picking, just wash, harvest and eat!  Our dry or liquids are great choices and I recommend using both our Home Grown Dry and our Flower Girl Liquid. With this combo you will have a healthy high yielding garden!