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Carl Pool Palm Food 50 lb.

$78.97
SKU:
CP05450
Weight:
800.00 Ounces
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Product Details

  • 011247054503 UPC
  • Contains the extra magnesium and manganese that palms need.
  • Provides 3-4 month feeding.
  • Premium granular fertilizer fortified with a complete micro-nutrient package.

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Product Description

Carl Pool Palm Food is a complete well balanced plant food specifically designed for all palm varieties. Carl Pool Palm Food contains the extra levels of magnesium and mangnese that palms need and three different nitrogen sources to give your palms both immediate and long term feeding. The micronutrient package included in this palm food is derived from Granusol sucrates which are mostly insoluble, last longer and resist leaching. Analysis: Total Nitrogen (N) 12.00% Available Phosphate (P2O5) 4.00% Soluble Potash (K2O) 12.00% Iron (Fe) 2.50% Manganese (Mn) 2.00% Zinc (Zn) 0.25% Calcium (Ca) 2.75% Magnesium (Mg) 5.00% Sulfur (S) 8.00% Application Recommendations: For landscape palms, uniformaly apply around the drip line of tree at the rate of 1 cup per 3 ft. of height, no more than 3 cups per tree even if over 10 feet. For potted palms, 1.5 tsp for a 1 gallon container. 1/4 cup for 5 gallon container. 3/8 cup for a 10 gallon container. For broadcast application, 8-12 lbs per 1000 sq ft of clay soil or 12-18 lbs per 1000 sq ft of sandy soil. Repeat every three to four months during the growing season. Water thoroughly after application.

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  1. Outstanding product

    Posted by Roy Barrera on Sep 15th 2020

    I have been neglecting feeding my Royal Palm Trees, I recently purchased Carl Pool Palm Food for my six palm trees. I am amazed of quick turnaround from time of purchase to delivery which was 3 days. I am very satisfied of the packaging. I am sure this will be a great product for my palm trees as I noticed a quick improvement in trees condition. The trees have leaching which has improved greatly.