All about plant fertilization

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

How and when to fertilize money tree

The money tree or Pachira aquatica is a plant in the Malvaceae family that has its origin in Central and South America. Its main feature is its abundant foliage, its large and beautiful leaves, and its trunk that intertwines as it grows. Due to these qualities and because it is . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize dragon fruit

The dragon fruit or also known as Pitahaya is a fruit belonging to the Cactaceae family and native to America. More specifically, it is a succulent cactus with quite rustic characteristics. Its flowers are very beautiful but it lasts for a short time, the product of this flower is the . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize Christmas cactus

The Christmas cactus is a plant in the Cactaceae family that blooms in the winter months. Since its flowering coincides with Christmas in the northern hemisphere, it has been called that. Its red, white or pink flowers, between 3 and 5 cm in size and shaped like a feather, are . . . Read more

How and when to fertilize fig trees

The fig tree is a fruit tree of the genus Ficus, although it has its origins in Asia, it is currently cultivated almost everywhere in the world. This is a tree with a long history, Egyptologists assure that 4500 years ago, the Egyptians already cultivated fig trees. Its years of . . . Read more