Posted: 09/10/2013 at 19:58
James, I'm not overly keen on too much fertiliser. Plants are usually much stronger and robust without being forced.
I wouldn't use blood fish no bone on your lawn now....best to avoid this until the spring. The only issue with this on the lawn is that it could encourage foxes, etc to dig the lawn for the fish, the blood and the bone that seems to be buried there.!! If animals aren't a problem then use it there. Just make sure it is well watered in. Think I would apply it early, mid and then fairly late (no later than mid August) in the season
Do you have a big garden? 60 k is a lot of fertiliser.
Tomato food? Well. Italophile is the expert here but I think one brand is as good as another. Even phostrogen. I like to use seaweed sprays too and some tomato feeds imcorporate this. This year I used diluted milk as a spray too for the calcium ingredient and I think it protects the leaves from various diseases. I had great toms this year.
I'm a great believer in feeding the soil...hence organic fertilisers .....rather than the plants ( with artificial fertilisers like Gromore).