There was enough for my section of plants.
We have raised orchids for years and had good success. Water the orchids once per week as a starting point. Flush water throughout the root system and do not get water in the crown (where the leaf grows off the plant).
Hi, I'm a newbie to growing orchards (I currently have 2, but my first one wasn't a success). My 2nd is now about to re-bloom! Yay! I find that the bark by itself is drying, so I did add some Sphagnum moss on top of the bark of my current orchid. But I don't think it's necessary to the plants success...hope this helps!
Hello, ice cubes are much too cold for any plant. I read online to soak the orchid pot 30 minutes for the mix to absorb the water. Orchids attach their roots to the mix as they grow. In nature bug waste is used as fertilizer by the orchids, I started using my fish tank water and my orchids are starting to bloom! I also have my orchid pots in a larger container with water, this helps the roots stay moist and grow toward the moisture. Best of luck!
Hi Yes, this fertilizer is ideal for most if not all indoor plants plants. Regards, Peter Taraz Sales Manager
Oh yeah! That's what I use. You only have to use half of what they recommend. Mix it up in a gallon jug and then you can balance your ph level. Use it like water.
LOVE LOVE LOVE this product and I've used them for aeroponics and SOIL as I have an above ground garden plus flowering plants along the wall on the north side; and herbs; and fruit trees. …Used in my vegetable garden; for flowering plants; gets rid of "yellowing"; keeps plants healthy; helping plants through the AZ winter and yes in my Aeroponics too.…
Yes, I use it on alot of my plants. My strawberry plants really love it. They grow like crazy. Just a week before picking the fruit just use water to help flush out. It might change the flavors if you don't.
Only 4? Yes! Follow the directions on the bottle carefully. And when the plants begin to mature make sure you PH balance and change nutrients weekly.
It works the same. I sprinkle a little on my plants about once a week to take care of the gnats.
I would water those plants with dish soap and water!! ( mix!) don’t worry suds won’t harm plant just the gnats-That will get rid of gnats!
Product is keeping the bug population down around my plants, I couldn’t be happier with the ease of use and awesome results. I typically have an army of aphids among other pests attacking my plants, and since using this product I’ve had no issue with bugs eating my plants or otherwise harming their grow.
I haven’t used it for this purpose, but it is safe to use for gardening purposes. I’ve used it around the perimeter of the house outside. I use it inside as well. I use it on my pets, and in their food, also in their litter boxes for odor control. It’s safe for any purpose, only kills bugs.
I just use the handy duster and apply to dry or dew covered leaves. I do not wet. This works well for me.
I did not observe any burning, of course, the quantity might matter. You don't need to use a lot. Does help the plants bloom with a lot of flowers.
I don't see why not. Both are excellent products for growing tomato and pumpkins. Mixing the two products would only seem to enhance their usefulness symbiotically.
stronger root formation and therefore plant growth for one. I use bone meal for planting and re-planting 100% of the time
I just sprinkled a tablespoon on top and incorporated into the soil. I used blood meal too and my plants are really lush with a lot of tomatoes.
Love this stuff, it let's you take a fresh clipping and clone just about anything with leaves. I get great root growth within the first week. Remember to keep the clippings under light, warm to 70-80f, and the leaves misted 4 or more times a day and you should be fine. If your clipping is bigger than your finger, don't expect it to work.
I use it for both indoor and outdoor plants
I believe this product works best when applied directly to an existing root of the plant or to the stem end of the plant you wish to take root & not to the soil itself. This is a good product & has always worked extremely well for me each & every time I've used it.
I used it to transplant tomato plants. It worked well for the tomato plants and did not affect the tomatoes in any way. We did not have any problems with the tomatoes that came from the plants we used the Garden Safe Take Root Rooting powder.
Thank you for your question. We can only advise that the product is best used to grow cuttings from your favorite plants, including African violets, roses, poinsettias, philodendrons, geraniums, coleus, woody ornamentals and most other popular home, garden and greenhouse varieties.