Gardenia fertilization method, with what fertilizer is good?

Saul Goodman
2020-11-16 11:23:35
When planting cloves, we need to fertilize them, and when they are growing, we also need to fertilize them. Slow release fertilizer can be used as base fertilizer when planting, and some special fertilizers, such as granular fertilizer, can be used in the growth period. The base fertilizer is directly and evenly mixed with the soil, and the granular fertilizer can be diluted by adding water and then applied; The frequency is usually once every two weeks, if the growth state is not good, you can increase the number of fertilization. After fertilization, you can water a little, and don't fertilize during the dormant period.

1. Fertilization time

First of all, when planting gardenia, using some fertilizer is conducive to its growth.Furthermore, fertilization is needed in the growth stage, and additional fertilization is needed in the flowering stage.

2. Types of Fertilizers

The base fertilizer used in planting is generally some solid fertilizer, and some slow-release fertilizer can also be used.Organic liquid fertilizer can be used for topdressing in the growth period, which can be directly bought in flower shops.Furthermore, the extra fertilizer used during the flowering period is mainly phosphate fertilizer, such as potassium dihydrogen phosphate.

3. Fertilization Methods

1. Organic liquid fertilizer and potassium dihydrogen phosphate must be added with water and diluted before use. Thick fertilizer cannot be used.When the base fertilizer is used, the base fertilizer needs to be mixed with the soil and then evenly stirred; If it is slow-release fertilizer, then it can be bought directly into the soil.

2. Fertilization in the growing stage can be applied once a month.The potassium dihydrogen phosphate used before the flowering period needs to be used once a week until flowering, and can be used once after the flowering period, which is beneficial to the growth afterwards.

4. Precautions

1. It is better to loosen the soil one day before fertilization, so that it can be better absorbed after fertilization the next day.

2. Specifically, it is suitable to fertilize in the morning or evening, but not in the noon.


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