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Raspberry Plant Success Kit

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Everything your raspberry plants need for a great start. Choose a well-drained, sunny location to plant and this kit will take care of the rest. Includes soil amendments like specially formulated raspberry fertilizer and coir fiber for strong, healthy growth – even in clay or sandy soils. We’ve also included garden netting to help keep birds and other critters out of your berry patch. Watch your raspberries thrive! Plants not included.

  • 1-lb. Stark® Raspberry Food (NPK: 20-21-20)
  • Coco-Fiber Planting Medium coir brick
  • 7’ x 20’ Bird-X® Garden Net

Kit accommodates approximately 3 raspberry plants

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Is this fertilizer organic?
Martha H on Apr 15, 2016
BEST ANSWER: It is not derived from organic matter like natural compost or manure would be.
How many raspberry bushes can be fed by 1 pound of the fertilizer above?
Libby on Jan 31, 2017
BEST ANSWER: One 1-lb. bag treats an 80-foot linear area. We recommend planting raspberry bushes 3-4' apart. If you were to plant them 4' apart, you could feed 20 bushes. Each gallon of prepared solution (4 treatments per package) will feed 5 bushes.
How often do I need to feed the raspberry bushes?
Amanda R on May 17, 2016
BEST ANSWER: You can fertilize, as needed, every 7-14 days during the growing season.
Do raspberry plants required calcium (lime)??
Gary M on Mar 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: That depends upon the pH of your soil. Test the soil to determine its pH and fertility levels. Raspberries prefer a soil pH of 5.6 to 6.2; acid soils may require applications of ground limestone to increase the pH. Soil testing information is available from your county Cooperative Extension office.

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