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What you should know about fertilization

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13 Nov : 12:43

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What you should know about fertilization?! Supply of nutrients is very important for flowers that are grown in containers, as contained in the substrate nutrients are consumed quickly and must be recovered through fertilization. Essential nutrients needed by each plant are: nitrogen (N - Nitrogenium), potassium (K), phosphorus (P), magnesium (Mg), and micronutrients such as iron, manganese, copper, zinc, molybdenum, boron.

In these essential nutrients and trace elements are included in the form of salts and thus rapidly assimilated by plants.

Permanent fertilizers
They are also mineral, but nutritive salts to absorb much more slowly (for about 10-12 weeks). It is best this type of fertilizer should be mixed with the substrate even when planting.

Organic fertilizers
In their primary and secondary
nutrients are not only mineral but also as the name suggests - organic substances. Suitable for all groups of plants.

Organic fertilizers
These include bone meal, blood powder horns chips, resident animal faeces. These fertilizers are not suitable for potted plants.

Both excessive watering and excessive fertilization is harmful to plants. Better to be dressed more frequently and less than less frequent and many. Less means half - to one third of that dose (2 - 3d., Ml. Per liter of water). Or newly purchased plants to fertilize winter after 4 - 6 weeks. Winter, but nezasadeni fertilize plants when they are reinforced. If planting in the substrate is mixed with the next stable manure fertilization is after 10 weeks. To fertilize the bushes only to August, to allow the wood to develop them well.

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