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Potassium dihydrogen phosphate for watering flowers? Stop quickly. If you don't learn the right way, the more you pour, the less you can't do it!



  With the improvement of people's living standard, more and more people fall in love with flower cultivation, especially some flowering potted plants, which are loved by flower friends. Potted plants like longevity flowers, crab claw orchids, gentleman orchids, inverted golden bells, roses, rose, gardenia, jasmine and so on are loved by most of them. I believe that as long as they keep flowering plants, they are liked by most of them. Potted friends are no strangers to potassium dihydrogen phosphate. It is a compound flower fertilizer with no nitrogen, 50% phosphorus and 30% potassium. It can inhibit the steep growth of flowers very well. It can also increase the number of blossoms and prolong the flowering period by using potassium dihydrogen phosphate in the flowering period. This function is mainly the effect of high phosphorus and potassium, and they only use spraying. If you do not master the correct use of potassium dihydrogen phosphate, it is likely that the flowers will not only not blossom, but also more and more water the more dead, do not know the flower friend quickly with the floret to see!

  It should be noted that urea should not be used together.

  Some flower buddies like to use urea to promote flower growth. Urea is a compound fertilizer containing various nutrients. It is neutral, but soluble in water will become alkaline. Potassium dihydrogen phosphate is an acid flower fertilizer. If used together, neutralization will occur, which will result in the loss of fertilizer efficiency and produce a kind of fertilizer. Too much of the harmful substances to plants and flowers will cause the yellow leaves of potted plants to die.

  The concentration should be moderate, not greedy.

  Woody flowers such as jasmine, gardenia, azalea, etc. are often sprayed with 0.3% potassium dihydrogen phosphate solution on the leaves during their growth, which can make their branches strong and leaves lush and their flowers colorful.

Herbal flowers such as a string of red, petunia, Dahlia and so on, sprayed with 0.3% potassium dihydrogen phosphate solution 2 to 3 times at budding stage, can make their flowers large and colorful.

Flower pals need to pay attention to the concentration must not exceed 0.3% in the preparation. Generally, it is recommended that flower pals use 0.1% - 0.3% between, too high concentration will burn leaves, and affect the opening of flowers.

It is suggested that flower friends should use it once for 5-7 days, but not for non-growth period, because potassium dihydrogen phosphate can also inhibit the growth of flowers.

  Not at will. Sooner or later is recommended.

  Many flowers in flower bud differentiation period with potassium dihydrogen phosphate spray can promote flower bud differentiation, make more flowering, the common use concentration is 0.1%~0.2%, that is to call 1~2 grams of potassium dihydrogen phosphate and then add water to 1 kg (about 1 liters), in the morning or evening with a small spray can spray on the leaves.

Because if used at noon or high temperature during the day, water evaporates quickly, fertilizer is not easy to absorb, and if not absorbed on the leaves, there will be some damage to the leaves, if used in the morning or evening, there will be dew outdoors, so the solution is easy to absorb.

  Warm little paste soil:

1. In the cultivation of narcissus, after a week of Narcissus being put into water, the tender leaves and fibrous roots of narcissus bulbs have been grown. It can be soaked in 0.1% potassium dihydrogen phosphate solution instead of water for 1 day a week to promote its leaf width and flower fragrance.


2. Often wiping the leaves with 0.1% potassium dihydrogen phosphate solution can not only remove the dust on the leaves, scrub them repeatedly from the tip of the leaves to the blades, front and back, but also make the leaves green and bright, and make the gentleman orchid blossom more and larger without arrows.