The answer is: yes！Potassium sulfate compound fertilizer can be used to grow flowers, because potassium sulfate compound fertilizer also contains three elements of nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium, but potassium is composed of potassium sulfate, which is suitable for almost all plants and flowers. It should be noted that pay attention to the proportion when fertilizing the flowers! Generally speaking, it is better to be diluted 1000 times, and the principle of applying thinner fertilizer and more is the best.
How do we choose compound fertilizer? The compound concentration difference is very large, and we should choose a good concentration when we use it. Generally, there are low, medium and high compound fertilizers on the market. The high concentration is above 40%, the medium concentration is between 30% and 40%, and the low concentration is between 25% and 30%. It depends on the soil or other crops where flowers are grown. Flower growing is different from planting trees. It is necessary to understand the characteristics of flowers, what kind of land is most suitable for growing them, and what temperature they are generally at. In this way, it is easier for us to grow beautiful flowers.
In addition, some plants can be supplemented with various micro-fertilizers such as boron fertilizer, ferrous sulfate, potassium dihydrogen phosphate, or single-element fertilizers such as nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium according to specific conditions. For specific plants, please refer to related planting techniques.
Post time: Aug-04-2020