All about plant fertilization

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ETFE vs. Traditional Greenhouse Coverings: Making an Informed Choice for Your Garden

As gardening enthusiasts seek innovative solutions to optimize plant growth and create sustainable environments, the choice of greenhouse coverings plays a pivotal role in achieving these goals. Among the alternatives, Ethylene Tetrafluoroethylene (ETFE) emerges as a modern and promising option, challenging the dominance of traditional greenhouse materials. In this article, . . . Read more

DIY Homemade Houseplant fertilizer

Indoor plants transform our living spaces into vibrant, serene havens. They do more than beautify – they cleanse the air and elevate our mood. However, keeping them lush and lively requires more than just light and water. They need nourishment, and what better way to provide this than through DIY . . . Read more

Fertilizer for boxwood – [How and when to fertilize]

The boxwood shrub is native to Europe and is characterized by supporting various climates and soils, and is currently cultivated almost all over the world. In ideal conditions it can reach up to 10 m, and its bushy characteristics make it ideal for giving very decorative shapes with good pruning. . . . Read more

Fertilizer for calla lilies [Best liquid and homemade fertilizer]

Calla lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) is a plant native to tropical climates that, of course, loves hot climates with high humidity. It is characterized by its beautiful flowers that, depending on the species, can have different colors (white, red, yellow, pink, purple, orange, green, black or even bicolor). Personally I find . . . Read more

Fertilizer for Irises – [How and when to fertilize]

Iris is a perennial herbaceous plant that grows from rhizomes or creeping bulbs. It is characterized by its long and erect stems, and its striking and beautiful inflorescences that can be found in various colors such as purple, yellow, white, orange or pink. It is a plant that adapts perfectly . . . Read more

Can plants photosynthesize with artificial light?

Finding indoor plants, which develop with very few hours of sunlight, is something that we usually see. Are those plants growing healthily? As we already know, plants are photosynthetic organisms, that is, they need light to produce energy by themselves. But can plants photosynthesize in artificial light? We will try . . . Read more

Best fertilizer for orange trees [How and when to fertilize]

The sweet orange (Citrus sinensis (L.) Osbeck) is a citrus native to Asian countries in the Rutaceae family. It is also one of the species of the citrus group of greatest economic and nutritional importance. The fruit of the orange tree, the orange, has numerous properties. Rich in vitamin C, . . . Read more