Lawana Neemann: The only thing I can recommend is to water, water and water. That will force the fertilizer down beyond the roots. In most vegetable gardens the roots only go down about 12 inches. Hopefully the garden is well drained. You don't want the water to stand.
Dedra Furguson: sorry.I don't know.
Elinore Schlinker: Nitrogen will dissipate in about one month after application. That is usually what kills the young plants when it's in excess. "Organic fertilizer" as you stated will not be detrimental to your crop or seeds. This is what you would call finished compost. It is possible to grow vegetables in pure compost. However, commercial fertilizer can be applied too heavily. It will burn the root system. To correct an over application of fertilizer, just till the soil over again to mix it with surrounding soil and try again. With fertilizer a little is better then a lot, but with compost, you can hardly have too much....Show more
Torrie Weissenb! ach: you are able to attempt blending some extra dirt with the dirt thats been over fertilized.you are able to attempt raking out the rather some old dirt wherver you are able to and pass to domicile depot and purchase luggage of peat moss and potting soil and blending them mutually and putting in with the old dirt or changing as various of the over fertilized dirt with it as you are able to!