Make Your Own Fertilizer

Fertilizers Home Made Formulas

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Fertilizer

I add fertilizer to my irrigation solution every three of four waterings, at one-fourth to one-sixteenth of the strength recommended on the label. Nutrition is supplied only during the growing season. It is important that no growth stimulation be supplied when plants are resting, during winter or summer. After tiring of supplying nutrition for my cacti by chipping away at the rocks my granular fertilizers had become since the last growing season, no matter how carefully I sealed the containers, I use a liquid fertilizer. It is best to buy a premium product that is supported by research. Complete nutrition for container-grown plants requires more than 10 elements necessary for proper growth. Good fertilizers are made from calcium nitrate, potassium nitrate, monobasic ammonium phosphate, magnesium nitrate, and if possible, a mix of soluble trace elements. The nitrogen present in fertilizer is usually a blend of nitrate (N03) and ammonium (NH4). Too much of the wrong type of nitrogen may...

Watering and Fertilization

As soon as the Coryphantha spp. start to grow in spring, they need fertilizer. Until the end of June they need about four to six applications later on, fertilization should be stopped completely to allow the new sprouts to mature before wintertime. Normal liquid fertilizers, which are available for all kinds of flowers, will do well for Coryphantha spp. The indicated concentration for cacti must be observed and the plants should not receive too much nitrate.

Plectranthus

Both plants are extremely easy to care for indoors, needing only a light windowsill position in reasonable warmth and watering that is moderate but never neglected. To retain their attractive crisp appearance it will be necessary' to feed them with a balanced liquid fertilizer at regular intervals once they have become established in their pots. If a proper feeding programme is maintained plectranthus should only need potting on into larger containers every second or third year. In any event, plant pots should never be too large, and it is usually better to start new plants from cuttings rather than pot the old favourite into larger and larger containers. Cuttings require very little preparation as almost any piece will root in peaty compost in warm In common with many flowering plants it will be better to remove the early flowers that develop as this will help to build up the plant so that a much better show is provided later. Once the plants have become established in their final...

Austrocylindropuntia

Austrocylindropuntia vestita comes from Bolivia where it grows in the hills round La Paz. The roots are very fibrous and the plant is intolerant of overwatering or poor soil hygiene. The stems are very branched and weak and the plant forms small clumps in its native state. The joints of imported specimens may be quite short, but green-house-grown plants, with better soil and more fertilizer round their roots, tend to produce lusher, longer joints however, even the greenhouse varieties retain the fragile nature of the originals and the cylindrical joints can be damaged very easily by careless handling. The areoles have short wool in them, spines, and some long hairs which give the plant a very decorative appearance. Very small leaves are also produced although these fall quite naturally once water is withdrawn in the winter. The flowers are small, produced only on well established plants, and are followed by bright red fruits. These persist for some time on the plant and subsequently...

By Roger Brown dvm

Regardless of where they are grown, however, successful cultivation also involves providing cacti with the right amounts of nutrition, light, and water. Close observation of the plants will prompt you to make the necessary adjustments in this triangle of plant care. For example, dormant periods will occur during late fall to early spring when light levels and temperatures are lower. Short periods of rest will also occur during extremely hot periods in midsummer. The frequency of watering should be diminished during long periods of dormancy, and fertilizer should be withheld during both long and short periods of dormancy. Growth should not be stimulated when a cactus chooses to rest.