GreenView Multi-Purpose & Starter Fertilizer 13-13-13

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  • Description

    GreenView Multi-Purpose and Starter Fertilizer 13-13-13 is a general-purpose formula containing important nutrients to feed most of the plants you grow. Use this product to feed your vegetable gardens and flower beds, trees and shrubs, and as a starter fertilizer when you are seeding new lawns. Feed your plants the nutrients they need with this ready-to-use fertilizer.

    • Excellent for use on trees, shrubs, vegetables, flowers, and ornamental gardens
    • An ideal starter fertilizer for new lawns
    • Complete, all-purpose, balanced fertilizer for your plants with 13-13-13 NPK formulation

    Use GreenView Multi-Purpose Fertilizer throughout the landscape to give your plants a balanced nutrient boost.

    Use in your vegetable garden

    Use around annual flowers and established perennial flowers

    and on trees and shrubs

    Use as a starter fertilizer for lawn

    Back of bag

    Please review the product label for all use and application instructions. Click the Product Label link below to download.

  • Application Tips


    Work fertilizer into soil at the rate of 1 1/4 lbs. (2 1/2 cups) per 100 sq. ft. (10 ft. by 10 ft. area) during final preparation of plant beds. During the growing season, make additional applications at the rate of 1/2 lb. (1 1/4 cups) per 100 sq. ft. every eight weeks.


    Apply evenly in early spring at the rate of 1 1/4 lbs. (2 1/2 cups) per 100 sq. ft. Make supplementalapplications of 1/2 lb. (1 1/4 cups) per 100 sq. ft. every six weeks. Stop feeding one month before frost.


    Work fertilizer into topsoil at rate of 1 1/2 lbs. (3 cups) per 100 sq. ft. of bed before planting.

    FOR ROW PLANTING Apply fertilizer in trench or row at the rate of 1 lb. per 100 linear feet. Mix fertilizer in soil at bottom of trench and cover with approximately one-half inch of soil before planting bulbs.


    Before turning soil, broadcast 1 1/4 lbs. (2 1/2 cups) of fertilizer per 100 sq. ft. (10 ft. by 10 ft.) or after turning, work 1 1/4 lbs. of fertilizer per 100 sq. ft. into soil to a depth of 4 to 5 inches before planting. For vegetables planted in rows, add 1/2 lb. per 100 sq. ft. of row in trenches two inches deeper than the seed or plant and two inches to the side of the row. Long growing crops (tomatoes, corn, carrots, cabbage) should also be side-dressed with 1/2 lb. fertilizer per 100 ft. of row at six week intervals.


    Apply to the seedbed at the rate of 5.3 lbs. per 1,000 sq. ft. For best results apply with a spreader and work into soil before seeding. For turf applications, bag covers up to 6,225 sq. ft. Feed again with a lawn maintenance fertilizer when grass is at least 3 inches high.
    Do not apply near water, storm drains or drainage ditches. Do not apply if heavy rain is expected. Apply this product to your lawn or garden, and sweep any product that lands on the driveway, sidewalk, or street back on to your lawn or garden.
    Check with your local Cooperative Extension Agency to obtain specific information on local turf best management practices. Check with your county or city government to see if there are local regulations for fertilizer use.
    Do not apply to frozen turf.

    In Florida:

    A soil test is recommended prior to planting grass.
    Do not apply fertilizer prior to planting grass.
    For seeded, plugged or sprigged grasses, wait until there is a uniform turf cover before application (the length of time required to achieve this will vary based on the time of year, environmental conditions and location in state). For sodded and new grass apply at the rate of 1.9 lbs per 1,000 sq.ft. Application of a nitrogen based fertilizer with zero phosphate is recommended after 30 days to ensure continuing growth. Do not exceed 0.25lb P205 per application or 0.5lb P205 per year. Applications should be made during the summer, spring, or fall seasons. No more than 2 applications annually.

    In Maryland:

    Apply at the rate of 1.9 lbs per 1,000 sq. ft. This bag covers up to 17,368 square feet. Do not exceed 0.25 lb P205 per application or 0.50 lbs P205 per year. Not for use on established lawns. Apply as a starter fertilizer only during the first growing season.

    Note: Supplement applications of lawn fertilizer are needed to achieve a minimum 0.9 pound of nitrogen per 1,000 sq.ft.

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