VeganVeggie - Annual Soil Amendment for Vegetable Gardens (Vegan formulation) - FREE SHIPPING!
VeganVeggie was created with the Vegan organic gardener in mind, for a more gentle world. And it was inspired by our favorite Vegan gardener, Megan Baxter.
VeganVeggie is the perfect soil amendment too amend your vegetable garden each season. (For tomatoes, try VeganMator. For peppers, try VeganPepe). It contains a beautiful combination of Vegan-approved organic soil amendments that will make up for a lot of deficiencies in your soil that lead to poor production, and this product will help build your soil for years to come. It is designed to bring your pH to neutral, which is the ideal environment for vegetable gardening, and it will pay for itself by producing a more flavorful and more abundant crop. You will experience more veggies per plant and superior flavor.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR USE:
SOIL PREPARATION: Once a year (or each time you plant), apply 1 to 3 cups to every 100 square feet of soil, depending on soil condition.
(1 lb. will amend 75-225 square feet of garden soil, 2 lbs. for 150-450 sq. ft., 10 lbs. for 750-2250 sq. ft., 15 lbs. for 1125-3375 sq. ft.)
ONGOING AMENDING: Use VeganSea seaweed every week throughout the growing season, along with VeganMator/VeganPepe for a comprehensive overall organic and Vegan fertilizing system.
WEIGHT: 4 sizes available: 1 lb., 2 lb., 10 lb., and 15 lb. at packaging.
1 lb. will amend 75-225 sq. ft., 2 lbs. for 150-450 sq. ft., 10 lbs. for 750-2250 sq. ft., 15 lbs. for 1125-3375 sq. ft.
GUARANTEE: If you try our entire program and you are not satisfied, we will gladly refund your money. We have never had to make good on this promise, as we have never had anyone say anything other than their plants looked healthier than ever, produced more than they'd experienced in the past, and that they couldn't believe the results! We are sure you will have the same experience — and we guarantee it. If you still aren't sure, see what other people have said about our products at the garden watchdog website, Dave's Garden.