Posted: 27/04/2013 at 19:25
Use fertilizer rich in nitrogen and potassium (like 12-4-18) for the cuttings. Check
the N-P-K in the granules to see if they fit. Tomato food is usually rich in potassium,
so I guess they would fit the cuttings as well.
Marigold and gazania will appreciate the tomato food as well.
The problem with chicken pellets is that they demand a long time to mature in the soil. If placed too close to the plants (specially seedlings), they will kill them, so I wouldn´t advise them in plugs or pots.