What are the different types of Miracle-Gro?

What are the different types of Miracle-Gro?


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Why shouldn’t I buy Miracle Grow?

Why Is Miracle-Gro Bad? Depending on the Miracle-Gro products you use, Miracle-Gro may have high levels of salt, which over time strip your soil of its natural nutrients and prevent plants from absorbing them, causing a type of “lawn burn.”

Are Scotts and Miracle-Gro the same?

In 1992, Scotts became a publicly traded company with an initial offering of $19.00 a share and three years later merged with Miracle-Gro, a gardening company, to create the Scotts Miracle-Gro Company.

What products and brands are offered by Scotts Miracle-Gro?

Our Brands Outside of North America, the Company has various popular brands, including Miracle-Gro®, Evergreen®, KB®, Fertiligene®, Celaflor® and Substral®.

What is special about Miracle-Gro?

Miracle-Gro supplies an enormous amount of nitrogen for plants so that they grow big, bushy, green, and fast. The problem with MG is that the nitrogen is derived from synthetic ammonium and water soluble nitrates, producing off-chemicals that are harmful to soil microbes, worms, and all other forms of life in the soil.

Is Scotts Miracle-Gro a good stock?

Scotts Miracle-Gro remains a good long-term stock for investors.

Is Miracle-Gro owned by Monsanto?

Scotts Miracle-Gro ( SMG -1.30% ) is the exclusive marketer of Monsanto’s ( MON ) herbicide Roundup. While the biotech is in the process of being bought out by global chemicals giant Bayer ( BAYR.

What time of year to use Miracle Grow?

Prepare your garden or containers in early spring (but after the last frost) with Miracle-Gro® All Purpose Garden Soil or Miracle-Gro® Potting Mix. Both contain continuous-release plant food to give your vegetables, herbs, and flowers a strong start—plus their first serving of vital nutrients, directly at their roots.

What’s the difference between Miracle Grow potting soil and garden soil?

All Miracle-Gro® Garden Soils improve the existing soil to build strong roots and feed plants for up to 3 months. Unlike Miracle-Gro® Garden Soils, Miracle-Gro® Soil Improvements are premixed blends that address specific soil deficiencies and improve soil structure.

Can Miracle-Gro burn plants?

Miracle-Gro® Water Soluble All Purpose Plant Food instantly feeds vegetables, trees, shrubs, and houseplants to grow bigger and more beautiful than unfed plants. Simply feed them every 1-2 weeks. The formula is safe for all plants, and is guaranteed not to burn when used as directed.

What should you not use Miracle Grow on?

Anything with the Miracle-Gro label should be avoided entirely: Bagged potting soil and garden soil, ‘Shake n Feed,’ that blue stuff, and yes, even so-called “Organic” Miracle-Gro products should be entirely avoided.

Does Miracle Grow work on grass?

Miracle-Gro has a water-soluble fertilizer that’s made specifically for use on grass lawns. If used with its brand-specific feeding system, Miracle-Gro Lawn Food can cover up to 7,200 square feet of yard and is designed for use with all types of grass.