ria
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    3 out of 5
  • First Review:
    January 22, 2019
  • Last Review:
    July 11, 2019
 
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      • Review count
        2
      • Helpfulness votes
        3
      • Average rating
        3.0
        3 out of 5
      • First Review:
        January 22, 2019
      • Last Review:
        July 11, 2019
       
      Questions & Answers
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          A familiar problem for most homeowners, fruit flies are commonly spotted swarming around kitchen fruit bowls and near garbage storage areas. Terro Fruit Fly Traps lure adult fruit flies into the trap using a non-toxic, food-based liquid lure. Once the flies enter the trap, they cannot escape to continue breeding and multiplying. And better yet, gone are the days of unsightly traps - this attractive, apple-shaped trap looks right at home in any kitchen.
           
          Sadly didn't work at all. They were cute to look at and easy to put together - but no results.
          PostedJuly 11, 2019
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          No, I do not recommend this product.
          Sadly didn't work at all. They were cute to look at and easy to put together - but no results.
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          The Big Boss 1300-Watt, 16 Quart capacity Oil-Less Fryer allows you to make heart-healthy meals without the added calories that come with using a traditional deep fryer. The fryer's efficient design heats food quickly while retaining flavor and moisture. Suitable for cooking a range of meat, poultry, vegetables, and desserts, this versatile tabletop cooker comes in handy for any meal. Its two-tray design lets it cook multiple foods simultaneously, adding a dose of convenience to meal preparation.
           
          I had to come back and praise this product some more. The more I use it the more I love it. It ...
          PostedJanuary 22, 2019
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          I had to come back and praise this product some more. The more I use it the more I love it. It doesn't make the house smell. I have shrimp and clams, French fries, Egg Rolls, Chicken and Cubed Steak - All perfect. I have used both cooking levels to cook two foods at the same time. Crispy, crunchy and not greasy or extra calories. Super easy to use.
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          Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed and Potting Mix is specially formulated for planting annuals and perennials, veggies and herbs in raised beds and container gardens. Ready to use right out of the bag, no mixing required. Added wood fines are a key, sustainable ingredient to this soil mix, mimicking what you find on the forest floor both in the benefits to plants and how it looks compared to conventional peat-based soil mixes. Like the forest, wood fines in the soil - help reduce soil compaction - help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering - provide benefits to help with pest and disease resistance. A quick fertilizer charge from poultry manure, worm castings, kelp meal and bat guano give your plants added nutrients at the time of planting. Be sure to add an organic granular fertilizer for continuous feeding through the season for all your flowers and veggies. They need their vitamins.
           

          Can I use this for my annuals in coconut lined hay racks??

          Asked by
          Mhib
          May 12, 2019
          Asked by
          ria
          May 12, 2019
          Answer: 
          You can, but thus variety is not designed for containers.
           
          Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed and Potting Mix is specially formulated for planting annuals and perennials, veggies and herbs in raised beds and container gardens. Ready to use right out of the bag, no mixing required. Added wood fines are a key, sustainable ingredient to this soil mix, mimicking what you find on the forest floor both in the benefits to plants and how it looks compared to conventional peat-based soil mixes. Like the forest, wood fines in the soil - help reduce soil compaction - help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering - provide benefits to help with pest and disease resistance. A quick fertilizer charge from poultry manure, worm castings, kelp meal and bat guano give your plants added nutrients at the time of planting. Be sure to add an organic granular fertilizer for continuous feeding through the season for all your flowers and veggies. They need their vitamins.
           

          can I use this in grow bags?

          Asked by
          jc
          May 7, 2019
          can I use this in grow bags?
          Asked by
          ria
          May 7, 2019
          Answer: 
          You can, but you would get better results from the one for container gardens. They are better designed to provide all nutrients for your plants without get any from existing soil.
           
          Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed and Potting Mix is specially formulated for planting annuals and perennials, veggies and herbs in raised beds and container gardens. Ready to use right out of the bag, no mixing required. Added wood fines are a key, sustainable ingredient to this soil mix, mimicking what you find on the forest floor both in the benefits to plants and how it looks compared to conventional peat-based soil mixes. Like the forest, wood fines in the soil - help reduce soil compaction - help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering - provide benefits to help with pest and disease resistance. A quick fertilizer charge from poultry manure, worm castings, kelp meal and bat guano give your plants added nutrients at the time of planting. Be sure to add an organic granular fertilizer for continuous feeding through the season for all your flowers and veggies. They need their vitamins.
           

          do I have to add any fertilizers from the start?

          Asked by
          sev
          May 2, 2019
          starting a new vegetable garden bed and not sure if I need to mix this with fertilizer
          Asked by
          ria
          May 2, 2019
          Answer: 
          No. This soil has a high organic nutrient base. It is not necessary to add at the start.
           
          Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed and Potting Mix is specially formulated for planting annuals and perennials, veggies and herbs in raised beds and container gardens. Ready to use right out of the bag, no mixing required. Added wood fines are a key, sustainable ingredient to this soil mix, mimicking what you find on the forest floor both in the benefits to plants and how it looks compared to conventional peat-based soil mixes. Like the forest, wood fines in the soil - help reduce soil compaction - help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering - provide benefits to help with pest and disease resistance. A quick fertilizer charge from poultry manure, worm castings, kelp meal and bat guano give your plants added nutrients at the time of planting. Be sure to add an organic granular fertilizer for continuous feeding through the season for all your flowers and veggies. They need their vitamins.
           

          Would this product work to use with grass seed for application to thinning and bare spots on my l...

          Asked by
          Ed
          April 27, 2019
          Would this product work to use with grass seed for application to thinning and bare spots on my lawn? ie. for improved water retention and some nutrients? Thanks!
          Asked by
          ria
          April 27, 2019
          Answer: 
          Yes and no. Yes any enriched material you add to soil will help improve it. If you have a small area and are having trouble with it then sure, it will help. But help with water, probably not so much. If you were going to put it down and then a piece of sod over it, it will help it with setting up rooting systems. Hope that helps.
           
          Kellogg Garden Organics Raised Bed and Potting Mix is specially formulated for planting annuals and perennials, veggies and herbs in raised beds and container gardens. Ready to use right out of the bag, no mixing required. Added wood fines are a key, sustainable ingredient to this soil mix, mimicking what you find on the forest floor both in the benefits to plants and how it looks compared to conventional peat-based soil mixes. Like the forest, wood fines in the soil - help reduce soil compaction - help retain more moisture allowing for less frequent watering - provide benefits to help with pest and disease resistance. A quick fertilizer charge from poultry manure, worm castings, kelp meal and bat guano give your plants added nutrients at the time of planting. Be sure to add an organic granular fertilizer for continuous feeding through the season for all your flowers and veggies. They need their vitamins.
           

          What is the difference between your "Raised Bed & Potting Mix" and your "All Natural Garden Soil"?

          Asked by
          Organic
          Evanston, IL
          May 7, 2016
          Asked by
          ria
          April 2, 2019
          Answer: 
          The raised beds usually don't get support from existing soil you build up. Garden soil uses some support from ground soil.