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A tree’s natural resistance comes from its foundation.


Healthy Soil Healthy Tree Soil Conditioner and Fertilizer Blend is a high-quality organic and biological mix.
This blend may help you:

  • Improve a Variety of Soil Conditions
  • Aerate Compacted Clay Soils
  • Increase Water and Mineral Retention in Sandy Soils
  • Improve Drought & Stress Resistance
  • Promote Healthy Root Development
  • Reduce Lake Water Runoff
  • Increase Resistance to Insect and Disease Problems
  • Stimulate Soil Biology


One 8 lb. bag covers up to 12 small trees or 64 shrubs or 1,600 sq. ft. flower beds or 800 sq. ft. vegetable gardens or 1,000 sq. feet of turf.


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Product Analysis —

Guaranteed Analysis:
Nitrogen (N) 6%, Available Phosphate (P2O5) 9%, Soluble Potash (K2O) 12%

Secondary Nutrients:
Calcium (Ca) 2.70%, Magnesium (Mg) 2.65%, Sulfur (S) 13.80%

Boron (B) 0.24%, Copper (Cu) 0.15%, Iron (Fe) 0.15%, Manganese (Mn) 1.00%, Zinc (Zn) 0.32%

Derived from: Potassium Magnesium Sulfate, Ammonium Sulfate, Monoammonium Phosphate, Potassium Sulfate, Calcium Sulfate, Calcitic Lime, Humate, Boron, Copper Oxysulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Manganese Oxysulfate, Zinc Oxysulfate, Fish Meal, Kelp, Molasses.

Healthy Soil … Healthy Tree —

Product is a multi-purpose granulated blend safe for all landscape and gardening needs.

Developed to address poor soil structure such as; compaction issues, absorption ability, low microbial activity (the microscopic bugs in soil that make it “alive”), nutrient deficiency and availability of nutrients in high pH soils.

Formulation is based on years of research, education, soil testing, and observation.

What You Need to Know —

Educate Yourself! Improper tree selection, planting and maintenance practices can lead to premature tree death.

Broadleaf weed control on turf can have a negative impact on a tree’s root system since many trees are a broadleaf too!

pH and Nutrient Availability —

Natural soil tested less than 6 pH
Landscape soil tested nearly 8 pH

Humans and trees require many of the same minerals necessary for survival.

Ideal soil pH varies according to plant species but optimum ranges are often 6 to 6.5 pH.

All living organisms need minerals to survive and there is more to a “balanced fertilizer mix” than the average N-P-K products usually
available to the consumer.

This product is not intended to be a “fix-all” solution; but along with proper maintenance and watering practices, it will increase your tree’s own natural ability to survive.

Mineral Nutrients —

Nitrogen is considered the growth element essential throughout the entire growing season. Too much increases the chance of disease, creates soil hardening and reduces microbial activity in the soil.
Phosphorus promotes root development and energy storage, increases nitrogen and mineral uptake.
Potassium improves the immune system, increases vigor, disease resistance and overall strength in plants.
Calcium is a secondary macronutrient necessary for overall plant health, mobilizes nutrients and increases
sugar content necessary for plant energy. Acidic and sandy soils often contain less available calcium.
Magnesium is the key element in chlorophyll production, aids in cell energy release, enzyme function, and
phosphorus uptake. Deficiencies lead to decreased photosynthesis and leaf yellowing symptoms.
Sulfur loosens and aerates soil, lowers pH, builds organic matter and creates a deeper green color; also
known for its fungicidal ability. Deficiencies associated with growth reduction and stunting symptoms.
Boron is a micronutrient considered necessary for calcium uptake and promotes root and leaf growth.
Copper is also a micronutrient which aids in the control of molds and fungi, regulates immune system, and necessary for carbohydrate and nitrogen metabolism. As soil pH increases, uptake in nutrient decreases.
Iron is a micronutrient necessary for nitrogen fixing bacteria, chlorophyll production and energy release.
Manganese is a micronutrient essential for normal growth, aids in nitrogen mobility and utilization.
Zinc is a micronutrient necessary for regulating plant growth, phosphorous uptake and increases leaf size.


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Healthy Soil Healthy Tree is available at the following location:

Green Acre Landscaping
236 Pigeon Rd, Bad Axe, MI 48413
(989) 269-6061

Pure Michigan Country Market
1133 10th Ave, Port Huron, MI 48060
(810) 956-7997

Earth Art Garden Center
6731 North Territorial Road, Dexter, MI 48130
(734) 426-4666


6-9-12 Multi-Purpose Granular for Trees, Shrubs, Gardens, Flowers and Landscape Turf*

General Usage: Approximately 2 cups = 1 lb. of product. Apply by hand or with broadcast spreader; settings may differ due to varying sizes of mined ingredients. Whenever possible, incorporate into soil based on rooting depth of plant. Apply evenly and always water thoroughly after each application. For best results apply according to soil or plant tissue test and store in a cool, dry area away from pets and children.

New Tree Planting: Use ¾ cup per 18 cubic feet (3 ft. x 3 ft. x 2 ft. deep) of nutrient deficient soil. Use ½ of recommended rate for young or sensitive plantings. Incorporate product evenly into backfill and water thoroughly.

New Shrub Planting: Use ¼ cup per 6 cubic feet (2 ft. x 3 ft. x 1 ft. deep) of nutrient deficient soil. Use ½ of recommended rate for young or sensitive plantings. Incorporate product evenly into backfill and water thoroughly.

Established Tree Application Methods: An 8 lb. bag covers approximately 12 small canopy (100 sq. ft.) trees.
Crown Spread Method: Apply 1 ¼ cups per 100 square feet (10 ft. x 10 ft.) or 6.25 lbs. per 1000 square foot (approximately 32 ft. x 32 ft. area). Spread evenly over root zone and water thoroughly after each application. Applications may be made up to 3 times annually.
Tree Diameter Method: See tree diagram. Use 1 cup (approximately ½ lb.) per 1 inch DBH. Spread evenly over root zone and water thoroughly after each application. Applications may be made up to 3 times annually.
Drill Hole Method: Mix 1/3 cup evenly into backfill of each 2 x 12 inch typical, grid patterned hole and water thoroughly. Annual applications may be made.

Restrictions: Do not apply over yard debris, frozen or water saturated soil. Do not apply onto hard surface such as sidewalk or driveway. Do not pile next to trunk or plant base and remove any product from leaf surface.

Flower Beds: An 8 lb. bag covers approximately 1,600 square feet. Apply no greater than ¼ cup per 25 square feet (5 ft. x 5 ft.) or 1 cup (approximately ½ lb.) per 100 Square feet (10 ft. x 10 ft.). Work into soil using caution to avoid placing product in direct contact with existing root system. Water thoroughly after application and reapply as needed.

Vegetable Gardens: An 8 lb. bag covers approximately 800 square feet (16 ft. x 50 ft. area).
Apply 2 cups (approximately 1 lb.) per 100 square feet (10 ft. x 10 ft.). Work into top 2 to 4 inches of soil. Reapply as needed throughout growing season at ½ lb. rate per 100 square feet. Use caution to avoid placing product in direct contact with root system or on plant surface during reapplications and always water thoroughly.

After harvest application to beds and gardens will improve soil condition for next year planting.

Landscape Turf*: To establish new turf, incorporate 8 lbs. per 1000 sq. ft. into top 4 to 6 inches of soil.

*Product contains phosphorus. Applications specifically targeting turf grass care must comply with State guidelines regarding phosphorus use for residential and commercial lawns.



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