How much liquid fertilizer per plant

A much has been known about liquid fertilizers in todays world. Liquid fertilizers are a kind solutions, which consists of the necessary nutrients required for the healthy growth of the plant.

In general liquid fertilizers possess some of the advantages over the other kind of the fertilizers like granule fertilizers and fertilizer sticks or spikes………

Even though there are some people who are sticked with the traditional way of using fertilizers, there is gradually but steadily or constantly growth in the usage of the liquid fertilizers.

Liquid fertilizers are replacing all sort of fertilizers in the todays world. The working principle of a liquid fertilizer is quite a simple one. It is easy to understand and easy to work on it. As mentioned earlier they are available in simple liquid solution.

And as mentioned earlier , they posses all sorts of necessary nutrients, in order to grow a healthy plant. It is scientifically proven that the growth of plant in liquid fertilizers is much faster when compared it with the other fertilizer.

Take an example of fertilizer stick or spike, yes indeed they are also one of the most widely used fertilizers. They are simple to use as well. Holes are made around the plant and in that holes the spikes has to be placed.

It is enough to use fertilizer spikes once in a year. They gradually and slowly gets dissolve in to the soil and they will provide necessary nutrients whenever the soil need them. They even have the capacity to hold water and use it further in the future.

This is the basic procedure behind the working principle of spike fertilizers. As spike fertilizers take much time or consume more time, in order to overcome this problem liquid fertilizers were meant.

It is need not to mention regarding the granule fertilizer. Granule fertilizers once gained tremendous amount popularity and it was one of the widely fertilizer in the world. As the time passed the usage has been decreased and people have been shifted to other kind of fertilizers.

There are many advantages of the liquid fertilizers over the other types of fertilizers. One of the best or the most important benefit of liquid fertilizers is the time factor. As mentioned earlier the growth rate of plant is much higher in the liquid fertilizers.

The other major factor is efficiency of the product, liquid fertilizers are much more efficient than the granule fertilizers. They are portable and easy to carry , you can take them where you want and use it whenever you want.

Liquid fertilizers helps plant with the process of aeration, aeration is the process of supplying carbon dioxide to the plant. As we know carbon dioxide plays a major role in the growth of the plant.

Liquid fertilizers helps to improve the condition of the soil. It is scientifically proven that, liquid are better at maintaining the Ph value of the soil. Ph value determines the acidic or basic nature of the soil.

The Ph value play the major role in the growth of the plant. No fertilizer on the face of earth can do the better job except liquid fertilizers. These were the benefits of the liquid fertilizers over the other fertilizers.

So , how much exactly fertilizer liquid is required per plant. Anything less than the required amount of quantity leads to deficiency and anything more than the required amount is also not good as well.

Take an example of x person. If he eats less then he may suffer from vitamin or protein deficiency and if he eats more than the required amount of food x may suffer from obesity. The same is in the case of the plants.

So the right amount of liquid fertilizer should be used for a plant. One thing should be kept on mind that the liquid fertilizers are not meant for all types of soils so choose wisely. Per square foot one ounce of fertilizer should be used.


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