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The Tree Fertilizer Company

Doggett  
 

INJECTO-FEED 32-7-7 XL TREE FERTILIZER
A high, slow release Nitrogen complete fertilizer for sub-soil injection into the root zone. Based on urea formaldehyde technology, Injecto Feed provides sustained feeding that will not produce an undesirable flush of growth. XL Injecto Feed provides both macro and micro-nutrients for virtual complete plant nutrition.

 INJECTO FEED 32-7-7 LABEL

XL 30-7-10 EVERGREEN SPECIAL
All of the desirable nitrogen characteristics of Injecto Feed plus the addition of sulfur, iron and a slightly higher acid content, make Evergreen Special the perfect choice for the professional arborist.

XL 30-7-10 Label

INJECTO-FEED 12-24-24 XL
Because plant nutrient requirements are different at installation, this special formulation has a lower nitrogen analysis , but a high P and K content. These specific ratios combined with micro-nutrients, help establish a healthy root system and planting success.

INJECTO FEED 12-24-24 LABEL

DROUGHT SPECIAL 15-15-20
100% Slow release nitrogen, specifically designed to regenerate roots during and after drought conditions, very high percentage of humates

DROUGHT SPECIAL 15-15-20 LABEL

SPRAY-FOL 30-10-10
Foliar tree fertilizer, fast feeding, can be used with pesticides, soluble for drip irrigation.

SPRAY-FOL 30-10-10 LABEL

TREE ROOTER 10-22-22
Slow release, ideal blend of organic and inorganic humic acids, micro-nutrients excellent for transplanting.

TREE ROOTER 10-22-22 LABEL

PRIDE 20-12-8 GRANULAR TREE FERTILIZER
90% slow release, auger hole application, broadcast, new planting at installation.

IRON CHELATE 6% EDDHA
For very alkaline soils.

IRON DP
For neutral soil ph

NUTRI-SOL 90
Sulfur for soil injection to correct high ph soils.

NUTRI-SOL 90 LABEL

KELZAN
Suspending agent for use with Doggett products.

 

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