When do I fertilize fruit trees?

Answer According to the Iowa State University Extension, "it is generally not necessary to fertilize fruit trees." A bearing fruit tree that grows less than eight to 15 inches in one year should be fertil... Read More »

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How & When to Fertilize and What to Use for Insect Control on Fruit Trees?

Fertilization and insect control are two essential aspects of growing fruit trees in the home garden. All types of fruit trees need the essential 13 nutrients for growth, which are supplied by heal... Read More »

How to Fertilize Fruit Trees?

If you are like many homeowners, you may have planted fruit trees in your yard as an attractive and useful way to increase your property's value. Although growing fruit trees may seem like a challe... Read More »

How do I fertilize fruit trees in Western Australia?

Type of FertilizerResearch your fruit trees to determine what type of fertilizer they need. Apply a phosphorous-heavy fertilizer in neutral soil as a general rule for fruit trees in Western Austral... Read More »

When do you fertilize citrus trees?

Begin the early fertilizing schedule when new growth appears on the citrus trees in the spring. Feed your citrus trees each month until October. Spread the fertilizer 12 inches from the tree trunk ... Read More »