Fish emulsion is 5-0-0, which is good for seedlings and transplants, but
won/t provide enough nutes to see the plant through till frost.
MG is sold in many strengths, so it/s hard to say if it/s 'best,' but it/s
probably better than fish oil only.
Granular ferts are generally better than liquid b/c they last longer. A
one-handful side-dressing of granulated 5-10-10 once the flowers appear
should be all they need. If the length of your growing season and your
garden space allows, you can succession-plant about six weeks after the
first planting to ensure a continuous supply.
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