Don't forget - Each tree & plant needs Starter Amendments and Fertilizer!

Multi Portion Amendment Bundle (THREE trees)
Multi Portion Amendment Bundle (THREE trees)

Multi Portion Amendment Bundle (THREE trees)

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Your Price: $28.00
NEW FOR 2021: We've increased the Portions! This package is three items with enough for THREE trees: 6 ounces Mycorrhizae, 6 pounds Azomite, and 6 pounds Worm Castings. These are our recommended amendments for planting any new fruit tree. We also suggest adding this to your vegetable gardens before adding seeds or transplants.
This bundle is sized for 3 new trees, or one 4' x4' raised garden bed.
Item#: GS-SA-MTB
Availability = Taking pre-orders for SEPTEMBER & JANUARY
Sold as = 3 bags, (2 small and 1 pouch)

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Starter amendment mix!
Helping your trees start off correctly is an important key to their success.
The health of new fruit trees is encouraged if their new hole is prepared correctly. Greg teaches how to do this in his classes and videos, and this is the mixture of ingredients that he recommends to start with for each new fruit tree. Be sure to read or watch those section about how to dig the hole.

Our Urban Farm Tree Planting Kit - Multi Portion Amendment Bundle:
Enough of what you need to get started off right for THREE trees: Mycorrhizae, Azomite, and Worm Castings.

   > Single Tree Starter Kit = 1 Tree     > Multi Tree Kit = 3 trees


·         Bare root and citrus trees               Single Tree Starter Kit

·         Small potted trees (Figs & Olives)       1/2 Single Tree Starter Kit

·         Small potted bushes & vines          1/2 Single Tree Starter Kit

(1 Starter kit = 2-lbs Azomite, 2-lbs Worm Castings, & 2-ounces Mycorrhizae)

Note for EACH new tree: We also recommend 2 lbs. organic fertilizer and 2 bags of Farmer Greg's Planting Mix for planting, and then on top in the basin a minimum of 4 bags of Tree Well Top Mulch.
2021 NOTE:  For even stronger success starting out, see our Planting Recommendations for the liquid amendments recipe for citrus or deciduous trees.

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