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Chicken Soup for the Soil® (Fruit/Veg/Grow)

Loaded W/ Nutrients For Higher Quality Fruits and Vegetables!

Chicken Soup For The Soil® also known as "the perfect fertilizer" contains all the nutrients that we have identified over the years as being beneficial for edibles; it literally brings the biology in dead soil back to life, grows large dense crops, tasty fruits and vegetables, higher quality buds, and delivers all the nutrition your plants need to meet their maximum genetic potential. There is nothing else like it! 

  • Significantly improves the health and quality of all fruits, vegetables, herbs, and fruit trees. Makes up to 128 gallons!
  • Rather than force feeding plants with mainstream chemical fertilizer we suggest improving your soil by properly feeding the microbes what they need to thrive (microbes need to digest the nutrients in the soil before the plant can effectively use them).
  • Chicken Soup For The Soil® is structured in a way that makes it easy for microbes to absorb, create new life, and fuel plants with everything they need to meet their maximum potential.
  • Feeding the microbes will help you grow healthier fruits and vegetables that have more color, taste better, have less disease and bug infestations, have a longer shelf life, and are nutritious to eat (pretty much the opposite of the local grocery store).
  • Chicken Soup For The Soil® is the result of over 50 years of R&D and is the most complete fertilizer ever created!
  • Nutrient clusters bind to organic matter and do not wash out of the soil. Nutrients are bioavailable and accumulate over time.
  • Work on all soils. 100% NON TOXIC. NON LEACHING.
  • Makes the best compost tea on earth (see instructions below).
  • Perfect for Gardeners, Growers, and Farmers. 
* Also available for commercial use. Tankers, totes, pallets, & barrels.

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