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A GOOD GUIDELINE IS: USE ONE CUP PER PLANT EVERY TWO MONTHS
Vegetables and annuals:
Line the insides of seed rows and
planting holes with 1-2 inches of castings.
Sow seeds or transplant seedlings
and cover with soil.
Side dress during the growing season
using one-half cup per plant every
Perennials and shrubs:
Spring, summer, and fall, work a cup of
castings into the soil just above the roots
and water in.
Mix one part castings in three parts water
and let it soak for 12-24 hours.
Stir well and you are ready to fertilize.
Four cups of castings per bush, mixed into
the top 2-3 inches of soil or
top dressed and watered in.
Top dress existing houseplants with half
an inch of castings approximately
every three months.
For repotting or indoor seed starting,
add to potting soil or seed starting
mix at a 3:1 soil-to-castings ratio.
Ten pounds of castings per hundred
square feet of lawn.
Work into the top two inches of topsoil,
then seed and water well.
Mow grass, then top dress by
broadcasting seven to ten pounds per
hundred square feet and water in.
One application per summer is adequate.