All about plant fertilization

Category: Orchard

How and when to fertilize spinach

Spinach is the vegetable par excellence, being possible to cultivate even the smallest garden. Currently, with urban gardens that are very fashionable, it is very common to see it cultivated inside apartments, balconies or any corner of the house. It is a very good source of very important minerals such . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize Rosemary plant

Rosemary is a perennial and shrub plant typical of the Mediterranean, whose cultivation has spread to practically all the latitudes of the world. Its particular aroma and flavor have made it a must-see species in any kitchen. In ideal conditions it can reach a meter of height with a very . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize rhubarb plant

Rhubarb is a plant that is closely related to celery. It is cultivated as a vegetable for its edible stem, which has a very characteristic acid flavor, being highly sought after to prepare sweets and desserts. It can grow up to three meters in height with stems that can reach . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize sweet corn

Sweet corn is a plant in the herbaceous family that grew out of mutations in common corn. The main origin comes from America, although the mutations that brought the sweet version occurred many years later. Currently it is widely used to prepare hundreds of meals, being cultivated in all parts . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize okra

The okra or by its scientific name Abelmoschus esculentus, is a tropical plant that can reach 2 meters in height, native to the African continent. Although it is annual, if the climate characteristics are favorable, it could be bi-annual or even perennial. Its popularity is given by its edible fruit, . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize sweet potato

Sweet potato, or by its scientific name, Ipomoea batatas, is an evergreen climbing plant that is grown annually. Although it has its origin in America, today it is cultivated throughout the world. Its popularity is given by its edible tuberculous root. It has many uses in the kitchen, being able . . . Read more