Friday, December 14, 2018

How to Care for Indoor Home Garden Plants with Properly Maintenance ( Part 2)

Wednesday, April 11 2018

In the first part we have discussed how to care for The Plants Indoor Home Garden especially regarding the placement of plants, related to the needs of sunlight. In this second part we continue to discuss how to watering the right water needs can be fulfilled. In addition we will also discuss about the appropriate fertilizer, so that the needs of plant nutrition fulfilled.

Let’s start by spraying your plants regularly. Keeping the right water balance for Indoor Garden Plants may be a little difficult. If the plant gets too much water, its roots can decay due to poor drainage and if the plants get too little water, the plant may dry out. Specifically the amount of water needed will vary from one plant to another. There are plants that love to live in wet areas, but there are also plants that just need watering once a week, such as cactus and succulent plants. In general, most plants will grow if watered 2 to 3 times each week. When watering the plants, use a spray bottle or watering plants, and flush with enough water to keep the soil moist, but do not get stagnant by water. Put your finger into the ground, roughly as deep as your two finger nails, to see how wet the soil is. If your fingers feel dry when lifted, you need to do watering. But, if your fingers feel wet when lifted, it’s good you do not do watering for one or two days. You should always use warm water to water your plants because cold water can shock the roots of plants and damage the plants.

Next give fertilizer plants every few weeks. Fertilizer is a mixture of soil that can provide nutrients for plants. It is important for you to fertilize plants, Especially Indoor Gardens Plants, every 2 to 3 weeks. Differences with outdoor plants, on indoor plants used soil does not get the addition of organic substances naturally. Most of the fertilizers sold have serial numbers with three numbers, such as 10-20-10. The numbers indicate the amount of minerals contained in the fertilizer. The numbers indicate nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Since each type of plant requires a different amount of minerals, the type of fertilizer used will vary, depending on your crop. However, you can use a fertilizer with an equivalent amount of mineral content such as 6-6-6 or 10-10-10. This type of fertilizer is generally suitable for most plants.

There are several ways to Fertilize The Gardens Plants. The first spray or spread the fertilizer directly to the soil surface, in accordance with the use of the way listed on the fertilizer wrap. Then the second for potted plants, you do not need to mix the fertilizer with the soil first. Over time, the fertilizer will decompose and mix with the soil. So for discussion on this second chapter. Next we will continue discuss on the third part of how to clean the plant from dust and air circulation.

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