NFG Feeding plants in autumn

Feeding plants in autumn

Discover what to feed your plants in autumn, in this No Fuss video guide.

A table displaying which months are best to sow, plant and harvest.
Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec
To do
To do

Do not To do in January

Do not To do in February

Do not To do in March

Do not To do in April

Do not To do in May

Do not To do in June

Do not To do in July

Do not To do in August

Do To do in September

Do To do in October

Do To do in November

Do not To do in December

Feeding plants in autumn will help them withstand the colder winter months, as David Hurrion explains in this No Fuss video guide.

David begins by outlining the benefits of applying well-rotted organic matter, forking it into bare soil or laying as a mulch around plants.

Then, he looks at ‘true’ fertilisers such as pelleted lime and potash. He also recommends sulphate of potash, in both solid and liquid forms.

Finally, David reveals a great way to encourage root development through the winter months, even while top growth is dormant.

Related videos: Feeding plants in spring and Feeding plants in summer

Watch now, for all you need to know about feeding your plants in autumn.

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