The garden season is in full swing and the plants are ready to grow. But wait... those plants need food to thrive! How to feed your home garden can seem confusing. Join the Conversation as we just about Feeding Your Home Garden on GardenChat.
You Are Invited
This event will be live on Twitter at scheduled time:
June 17, 2019
9-10 P.M. ET
The main event starts when the questions start rolling at 9:15 p.m. ET with @thegardenchat hosting. Tweets are by @brenhaas. Every five minutes watch for new questions and be sure sure to reply and add the #gardenchat to each share. After the scheduled event, you will be able to click on the actual questions to see what others had to say during the event so be sure to check back.
Questions And Answer
Below are the questions from this GardenChat Event. You will be able to respond if you are a Twitter user. There will be a recap posted after the event and BE SURE to respond during the scheduled of AFTER the event to be included. Questions should be directed to Bren Haas.
Question 1: Where do you garden (Country, State, City and or Hardiness zone)? #gardenchat
Question 2: Do you feel it is important to FEED your home garden? Share with us why. #gardenchat
Question 3: When growing in landscape or ground do you add something to your soil to feed the plants? #gardenchat
Question 4: How do you know if your newly planted garden needs to be fed? Please tell us what plant you are referring to and if it is an annual. #gardenchat
Question 5: Growing in containers can help control how a plant grows. Do you use a special soil that feeds the plant? #gardenchat
Question 6: What is the best way to feed or fertilize fruit trees in your garden? #gardenchat
Question 7: Is Phosphorus important for your plants? #gardenchat
Question 8: Have you ever used composted horse, cow or chicken poop in your garden? Share the details with us! #gardenchat
Question 9: What is the best way to tell if your home garden needs fertilizer? #gardenchat
Question 10: What advice would you give new gardeners about feeding their home gardens? #gardenchat
I’d like to hear from you so be sure to comment on this blog post if you are not a Twitter user. Readers are welcome to comment below with each answer. Reach out to me on my contact page to share more.
Happy Feeding Your Garden,