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Anonymous added on April 12, 2014 | Answered

I have two sagos in direct sunlight, 10 ft apart, apperantly one is male and one female. The female already had a bloom, which I took off. Therefore, it did not have any growth of leaves in the center for two growing periods. Now the female is smaller than the other. They are about 4 yrs old and 5′ by 5′, beautiful plants. Is there any type food or fertilizer I can use to have it catch up in growth, and where to get it?

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Answered on April 12, 2014

Fertilizing with a slow-release, balanced tropical fertilizer with micro-elements will usually suffice.

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