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Organic Vegetable Gardening
... the process, insoluble and unavailable (to plants) nutrients, such as nitrogen, are gradually changed into simple usable products. For example, nitrogen is converted from the unusable organic forms to a usable inorganic ... very slowly acid Spent Mushroom Compost 2.0 .74 1.46 moderately 6.4 NOTE: Urea and calcium cyanamide are organic compounds, but since they are synthetic, it is doubtful that ...
edis.ifas.ufl.edu

Is it necessary to spray roses for aphids
... composition with respect to total soluble carbohydrate, amino nitrogen or phenolic compounds; major changes in tissue chemistry, effected by spraying the bushes with urea, did not affect the time at which the ...
home.neo.rr.com

California Backyard Orchard: Nectarine
... of California if given the proper growing conditions. Nectarines require very well-drained soils, abundant nitrogen fertility, plenty of summer water, fruit thinning, and pest control sprays to prevent peach leaf ... trees need 50% more. Water fertilizer in. If drip irrigated, do not exceed 1 oz. urea/emitter/mo. Thin fruits to about 6" apart when marble-sized. Thinning reduces fruit #, increases ...
homeorchard.ucdavis.edu

California Backyard Orchard: Peach
... They require adequate summer watering, deep and well-drained soils, high nitrogen fertility, fruit thinning, and pest control sprays to prevent peach ... Water fertilizer in. If drip irrigated, do not exceed 1 oz. urea/emitter/mo. Thin fruits to about 6" apart when marble- ... Summer Growing Season Fertilize young trees monthly. Use 0.5 lb. urea or 25 lb. manure/tree/appl. Mature trees need 50% more. ...
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Using Right Fertilizer
... urea based nitrogen components of fertilizer are Ammoniacal Nitrogen, and Nitrate Nitrogen. Why the debate over urea and non-urea based nitrogen? What it really comes down to is cost. If urea based and non-urea based nitrogen ...
orchidplanet.com

Slicing Cucumbers, Commercial Vegetable Production Guides, North Willamette Research and Extension Center
... Home Greenhouse Pickling Slicing Slicing (Fresh Market) CucumbersCucumis sativus Last revised April 23, 2002 Nitrogen Mulches and Row Covers Harvesting, Handling, Storage Note: This file contains information specific to ... vines begin to spread. To prevent clogging or plugging from occurring use soluble forms of nitrogen (Urea or Ammonium nitrate) and chlorinate the system once a month with a l0-50 ...
oregonstate.edu

Air Plants Care
... use it only once a month. (N) Nitrogen - should be in the form of ammonium or nitrate NOT UREA ( Urea needs the bacteria in soil to break ... P) Phosphorus - an excess is not harmful and helps combat an excess of Nitrogen. (K) Potassium - in large amounts - excess not harmful. NO copper, boron or zinc ... 1.5 - 2.0 or 10-15-20 try and keep the nitrogen low in comparison to the P and at least half the K. ...
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Tacoma Orchid Society
... the day (don't let them go to bed wet). Use room temperature water. Use urea-free nitrogen for fertilizer. Mist the plant, not the flowers. Keep in a tray or saucer ... these orchids. Bloom fertilizer from the end of August until Feb, then switch to high Nitrogen grow fertilizer. These are semi-terrestrials that do well in a mix of bark and ...
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Moth Orchids(Phalaenopsis) And How to Grow Them
... in a bark mix, use an orchid fertilizer with a higher nitrogen content (such as 30-10-10). or a 'urea-free' formulation. For plants in a peat-based mix, or sphagnum ...
www.argusorchids.net

How To Grow Slipper Orchids
... in a bark mix, use an orchid fertilizer with a higher nitrogen content (such as 30-10-10) or a 'urea-free' formulation. In both cases, switch to a blossom inducing fertilizer ...
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