Do you want to fertilize oregano in New Hampshire, but don’t know when the best time to do so is?
Fertilizing oregano is not as easy as it seems.
- Oregano requires a specific time to be fertilized and a particular amount of fertilization.
So if you fertilize them too early they will die and if you fertilize them too late you won’t get any harvest.
And if you fertilize too much you will “burn” your plant and if you don’t fertilize enough your oregano plant won’t grow quickly and large enough to bear a high-yield harvest.
Today, I’m going to teach you the ideal time to fertilize oregano in New Hampshire:
- To Learn More About WHEN To Fertilize Oregano then read this GUIDE!
When to Fertilize Oregano in New Hampshire
There are two specific times you should fertilize your oregano plants:
- You should immediately fertilize your oregano plants with a 10-10-10 NPK balanced fertilizer mix. Water soluble fertilizer tends to be better for herb plants like oregano. The fertilizer should either be mixed with the soil you are planting or in the hole before you transplant your oregano into the ground. This will allow your plants to grow quicker and larger.
- The second round of fertilization should be applied just as your oregano plant begins to grow large, edible leaves. You will want to still use a balanced fertilizer mix, preferably water-soluble. You will want to apply it to your soil and immediately water after and will continue to do this every 2 – 4 weeks. This will allow your oregano plant to bear bigger and more harvest.
When NOT to Fertilize Oregano in New Hampshire
There are certain times you should not fertilize your oregano plant.
- Don’t fertilize seedlings that are less than 1 month old.
- Don’t fertilize oregano plants without immediately watering them after.
- Don’t fertilize oregano plants once they have large, edible leaves on them.
- Don’t fertilize oregano after the initial fertilization period or before large, edible leaves begins to grow on your plant.
How Much Fertilizer Should I Apply to My Oregano Plants?
The amount of fertilization you apply will depend on the specific type of oregano plant you have.
As a general rule you should:
- Always follow the instructions on your fertilizer package. Never apply more than the recommended amount.
- Apply the proper amount of fertilization around your oregano plant and never directly on it or on its stem.
- Provide the same amount of fertilization each time you apply it so that your oregano plant does not become shocked by too many or too few nutrients.
If you want to learn WHEN to Fertilize ANY Plant in New Hampshire, head over HERE and just type in the plant you want to fertilize.
You can also find the BEST Fertilizers for Oregano or Any Plant HERE.