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Desirable Vegetable Varieties: Okra
... in mid-June, average highs are only in the high 70s, and lows are in the high 40s, and the same becomes true again by ... that okra needs particularly high potash content in the soil--so adding some is almost a necessity--but doesn't want high nitrogen content ( ... , especially in cooler weather, typically reach only 30 to 36 inches high. (One source says that the Penta Green cultivar typically reaches ...
growingtaste.com

justgardeners.com
... in winter. It is a heavy feeder and requires frequent fertilizing, twice a month with high potash liquid fertilizer. Being a vigorous climber, it needs a solid trellis to climb on. The ...
justgardeners.com

all about dendrobium Orchids and how to grow them
... , warm and very wet. Give a low strength, high nitrogen feed in April and May, then feed weekly during maximum growth. Change to high potash for the last month. Note If you do ...
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all about Odontoglossum Orchids and how to grow them
... . From February until August, feed with high nitrogen (20:10:10), using it at half strength at every second watering. From September until February, feed with high potash (4:4:8), using it ... by floor damping in the early evening. Temperature Odontoglossums are cool growing orchids from the high Andes and need a minimum night temperature of 52F (11"C). This should rise ...
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Articles
... . Some plants will need feeding now. 1 favour a quarter strength feed at every watering. High nitrogen is needed now to encourage growth. You may have to shade your greenhouse slightly ... than they were in the pot. Hanging baskets can go out now. JULY - An occasional high potash feed is now beneficial. Hopefully this month you can sit in the garden and admire ...
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Fuchsia Compendium
... during the winter. From Spring onwards feed regularly with either a high nitrogen then a general feed followed by a high potash feed or alternatively a general feed throughout the growing season. Whether ...
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Bribie Island Orchid Society - Orchid Information and Photographs
... years. In hot weather water at regular intervals to keep humidity at a high level. Fertilise with a high nitrogen fertiliser every week for approximately three months to give the plant a good kick along before reverting to alternate fertilising of high nitrogen one week then a high potash fertiliser ...
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This is Local London | CommuniGate | The Pelargonium Year
... spray accordingly. APRIL Regals could be in bud now, so increase the feed to a high potash type to encourage giant sized blooms that will be welcome at this time of the ...
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BBC - Gardening - Basics - Using a grow bag
... has a chance to warm up. Tomatoes are hungry plants, so add a measure of high-potash, liquid tomato feed into the water once a week to keep them cropping well. As ...
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BBC - Gardening - Basics - Grow tomatoes
... help channel the plant's energy into its fruits. Watering and regular feeding with a high-potash fertiliser will ensure a plentiful, healthy crop. Harvesting: When the fruits have ripened, pick them ... heavy-cropping with an excellent flavour. It is ideal for beginners. 'Ailsa Craig' is a high-yielding variety that produces richly flavoured, red fruits. 'Marmande' is a large red beefsteak variety ...
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