How to make greenhouse plants A new plant in pots will need some time for them to grow new roots to absorb or take in the fertilizer to be applied. How do I fertilize and what type of fertilizer used depends on what kind of plants or crops grown in the greenhouse, because every culture has a particular obligation with respect to nutrients, and this requirement must be fulfilled. For house plants, is usually much easier to fertilize a large group together. In general, plants need to be fertilized every one to two months, while there is rapid growth throughout the winter season, twice or once. Alternatively, you can apply the fertilizer more frequently when using a liquid fertilizer diluted in water, so familiar to certain plants that would otherwise be injured when using a complete fertilizer. In general, half the recommended dose or dose fertilizer use means that only half of each plant. Annual plants can flourish very rapidly and require fertilizing every two weeks through the "short term." Some flowering plants like azalea fertilizers should not be applied, while in its flowering stage or flowering. Most fertilizers used generally have a considerable number of nitrogen (50 percent), which does not contain the preferred amount of nitrate fey usually labeled and identified as "peat- late." This type is preferred and recommended hobby greenhouse. The NPK ratio is apparent from reading the label located on the fertilizer bag. Fertilizers are generally applied in the amount or proportion of "200 ppm of nitrogen" fertilizer as "5/21/1920" or "10/20/1920." This is complemented by the continuous application of fluids, this relationship is the foundation of almost all grown pot "greenhouse plants." The rate may be adjusted downward or upward depending on the plant that is grown. Any combination of pre-mixed fertilizer or ready for the type of plants grow is acceptable, because most flowering plants and leaves. An analysis of the NPK ratio that is similar to the "1- 2-1" will provide a balanced growth. soluble fertilizer can be applied conveniently and deliver faster results compared to solid fertilizers or "slow release" fertilizers, such as gravel. Simply apply the solution in a manner as if he were watering their plants, however, instead of water, use the fertilizer solution, making sure that the floor of the plant is slightly moist before application. Never apply the fertilizer in dry land plants with roots can be injured by chemical fertilizers, more moist soil dilutes the chemicals. Apply fertilizers always following or much weaker dose than the suggested dilution strength, not stronger, as seedlings, newly established cuttings, and plant development solutions will benefit from much weaker, the stronger will be the only solution damage young and tender roots. There are many shots or siphon devices on the market for soluble fertilizer application much easier, however, when used, make sure you install "backflow prevention" in order to maintain the nutrients and chemicals in the solution of fertilizer pollution of water supplies at home. Nor does water the plants with a "soft water" of water due to its "salt" content. Recommended fertilizer products A mixture of Micro Flora Grow Bloom and will allow you to combine a wide range of many different mixtures of nutrients or solutions to meet the specific requirements of almost any kind of plant that grows in different stages of plant life. This is achieved by changing the mixing combinations and overall strength of the solution. You can combine different proportions and different nutrient strength by adjusting the amount of water to mix Grow Flora, Flora Micro and Bloom. Calcium Nitrate in Greenhouse Grade may be used in large-scale cultivation. May be economical to buy fertilizer in quantities of 50 pounds. Calcium Nitrate in Greenhouse Grade and Hydro-Grow are great combinations of nutrients to achieve thorough mixing. Greenhouse plants need your attention. Check on them every day to make sure they are free from diseases and pests, and act immediately if there is a problem. It is a wise idea to know the characteristics of each type of plant that grow in the greenhouse. Have fun taking care of your plants!