What is the best fertilizer on the market?

I am just starting my journey in home, lawn, and gardening i am looking for more tip's and tricks on buying the proper fertilizer's for my area, soil, and some pottery plants for my garden. I found a website online that gave some brief but extremely reliable tips and descriptions about proper care and how to build a rise garden bed at http://rewardplus.info . I also went to Better home and garden's and couple other site's but i think the best advice's comes from real life user's. Anybody have input
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There is no 'best' fertilizer. You get the soil tested to see what is missing and then go from there. Most is about the same, they just have differant ammounts of the chemicals in them.
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On 7/27/2012 3:45 PM, Amy Delany wrote:

I like chemical fertilizer. Manure was fine when it was all we could get or was it? There are all kinds of pathogens and weed seeds in most of it. Chemical fertilizer is natural pure fertilizer and way more effective. A little goes a long way. Mix it with the dirt not on the roots. It now cost more unless you know how much to use and don't use too much of it. It does not contribute more to pollution when used correctly. Want pollution go to any feed lot. All that manure and pathogens and weed seeds wash into and foul way too many water sources. The same with fields and streams and wells. Rotation, of crops and resting, of the land is the best for the earth.
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