Proper nutrition is a critical part of successful greenhouse production. Managing these three key elements properly will keep your poinsettia crops healthy and strong.
Even if it costs a few cents more per pot or extra labor, your customers will thank you with repeat sales.
The University of Florida (UF) Institute of Food and Agricultural Sciences is offering an Advanced Nutrient Management course through its online greenhouse training program.
With a little bit of knowledge about the requirements of cannabis plants and how they absorb and utilize nutrients, you can confidently select the products you need without breaking the bank.
The new 50-gallon Ferticart from Dramm is designed to keep chemicals such as fungicides and plant growth regulators — as well as nematodes — viable through constant recirculation.
Topics include common nutrient problems, essential nutrients, fertilizer types, how to interpret a fertilizer label, managing total nutrient level, pH, and EC, onsite testing, and growing media.
Agro-K, which manufactures conventional and organic foliar plant nutrients, will distribute its full line of foliar fertilizers and soil biological products through NEAG.
Verdanta N-Vita 9-4-3 promotes foliar growth and features a slow release process, making nutrients available for a longer period of time.
Supply vegetables and poinsettias with a healthy amount of calcium to avoid tip and leaf burn.
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These five products add even more options for delivering nutrients to the root zone.