Feed Vegetable Plants

Fast-growing vegetables need regular feedings of nitrogen to thrive. For every 10 feet of row, apply one-third to one-half cup of ammonium sulfate or one-fourth cup of ammonium nitrate alongside the row a few inches from the plants and then irrigate thoroughly. Apply when corn is six inches tall and then again when it is 24 inches tall; when cucurbits begin to produce runners; when eggplant, peppers and tomatoes begin to bloom and again one month later; and for beans, a month after planting or when runners start to climb.

 

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