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Manganese Tree Spikes, 4-0-0, 20% Manganese, Box of 40 Spikes by A.M. Leonard

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Manganese Tree Spikes, 4-0-0, 20% Manganese, Box of 40 Spikes by A.M. Leonard

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Fertilize and forget it! One application will feed those trees up to 12 months!

High quality, slow release micronutrient supplements in easy to use spikes! Spikes contain sulphur which aids in the uptake of all macro- and micronutrients.
Stakes have specially designed caps so they are easily inserted into soft soil with a small mallet to the feeder roots for more nutrient uptake and less waste. Sold as a big box of 40 stakes or 10 stakes. One application lasts up to 12 months!
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Product Specs
  • Box of 40 spikes
  • 4-0-0 formula, with 20% manganese and 16% sulfur
  • Place one spike every 4 feet in a circle around the tree dripline
Product Warranty Information

  • This product is covered under A.M. Leonard's exclusive 30-Day Down to Earth Guarantee. Click Here for more Details.
Product Features
  • Up to 12 months of slow release fertilizing
Product Shipping Weight
  • 13 pounds
Frequently Asked Questions
1. How many spikes should I use for my tree?
You should place one spike every 4 feet in a circle around the tree dripline.

2. How long does one application of the spikes last?
One application lasts up to 12 months, so you can fertilize and forget about it for a whole year.

3. What are the key ingredients in the spikes?
The spikes contain a 4 0 0 formula, with 20% manganese and 16% sulfur. These slow release micronutrient supplements will provide your trees with all the nutrients they need to grow strong and healthy.

4. How do I insert the spikes into the soil?
The stakes have specially designed caps that make them easy to insert into soft soil with a small mallet. This ensures that the spikes are placed into the feeder roots for more nutrient uptake and less waste.

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