- Joined Oct 12, 1999
Hello everyone! I'm glad to see that this new forum is up and running. I have read that plants and lawns need three primary nutrients that they derive from soil in order to sustain healthful growth. Nitrogen, Phosphorus, and Potasium and a small amount of Iron. I know I need to do some more reading on this subject. I want to correct my soil so that it will grow good tasting and good looking plants and vegetables and such. I have started using an all-pourpose plant food. How do you feed your plants besides watering? I also cut back some of my plants and recycle the cliping back to the garden...hoping that it might help as a sort of mulch but i am wondering if it will help the plants growth any. Thanks in advance for you replies!