Storing fertilizer

Old 10-02-23, 06:51 PM
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Storing fertilizer

Can I store granular fertilizer in Shed during winter ( temperature sometimes goes to below 0)
Old 10-02-23, 09:02 PM
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should be able to but if it does absorb moisture it may start to break down over winter.
Old 10-02-23, 09:06 PM
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What's the option - bring it in the house? It might last longer that way but I leave stuff like that in the garage over the winter.
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Yes it should be OK.
Be sure to put it in a plastic bag to keep moisture out.
Store mine in the shed and it goes to 40 below.
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A plastic bag....sealed tight will keep air out.....which depletes the nitrogen somewhat.

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