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BEST FERTILISER?

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What is your best proven fertiliser?

Or what do you think might just be the best fertiliser to increase yield or at least health, on fruiting plants especially?
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Figbarron says...
Hie. To increase yield of fruit you need a fertilizer high in potash.

i use organic fertilizers so i can't speak on behalf of chemical ones.

For getting the plant established you can get yates Blood and Bone 90% with added potash which is high in nitrogen and phosphorus 8-5-1.5, good for getting the tree nice and strong with a good root system.

You can also use dynamic lifter natural plant food.

When its time for your tree to start fruiting, switch to a fertilizer high in potash. You can use a potash booster during fruiting or you can use
a dynamic lifter specifically made for fruiting called Dynamic lifter plus fruit food which is high in potash.

Fortnightly feeds with a 50% seasol and 50% Nitrosol.

You can get all these at bunnings

Im having great results with my blueberries.
Hopefully that answers your question

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