In the past gardening was always left to the the patient and detailed horticulturalist.  PAN-P eliminates the skill required to meet your soil fertility needs.  Just set it and forget it. 

Because PAN-P is over 75% organic it slowly releases the nutrients as the plants need them.  This slow, continual release provides will supply nutrients from root growth to new leaf formation.  As always the is a non-burning fertilizer so it does not harm the plant.

An added benefit is animal deterent.  This is an intangable benefit that cannot be labeled under federal or state regulations.  While it is unknown exactly why animals like deer and rabbits do not like PAN-P, we can only speculate.  It can be assumed that for a breif period (2 to 4 weeks after application) animals stay away from where ever PAN-P is applied because to them it smells like humans.  While this is not an offensive odor, it is enough to remind that these plants are not for animals to eat. 

APPLICATION RATES FOR
GARDENS ARE LISTED HERE:

SHRUBS

Established Shrubs - Surface apply 5 lbs per 100 sq. ft. and incorporated into soil

Transplanted Shrubs - 1/2 lb per foot of shrub height. Mix with soil prior to planting

ANNUALS (Mix when preparing soil for planting)

Spring Annuals - 3 lbs (9 cups) per 100 sq. ft.

Summer Annuals - 2 lbs (6 cups) per 100 sq. ft.

After buds appear apply an additional 2 lbs per 100 sq. ft.

Perennials - Mix when preparing soil for plantingSpring and Summer apply 5 lbs (15 cups) per 100 sq. ft.

After buds appear apply an additional 5 lbs per 100 sq. ft.


ROSES (Surface Applied) - Estabilished or upon noticable growth

2 lbs (6 cups) per 100 sq. ft.

4 - 6 weeks later - 2 lbs (6 cups) per 100 sq. ft.

TREES

Established Trees - 5 lbs per inch of trunk diamter. Pour into holes (12” deep) every 2 to 3 ft.

Transplanted Trees - 1/2 lb per foot of tree. Mix with soil prior to planting.