- N.P.K. Explained: A Summary
Stands for Nitrogen.
Stands for Phosphorus.
Stands for Potash (or Potassium).
Don't just grab a bag with high numbers on it and start spreading it on your lawn or garden. Your soil might already have plenty of phosphorous or potassium! If you add more of something than your soil needs, it is wasteful. You can harm your plants by having too much of any of these nutrients. Test your soil first! Here are several products that can help. Electronic Soil Tester Measure your soil's pH, check the NPK and more! This tool will drastically help your gardening if you have been going at it blindly until now. Tomato Soil Test kit This terrific little kit helps you get adjust your soil for the biggest possible tomato crop. Improving your Soil booklet Healthy soil is the key to successful gardening and a thick, green lawn. These tips are easy to implement, and will help you grow anything more successfully.
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