day one and two of fertilization program

by Caro
(Cape Town)

Day 1

Day 1

Pity at my turmeric's palour started me with 1 to 10 diluted urine, as missing nitrogen can cause palour. It seemed to have no effect for about four days, so I added some organic kelp granules I found in a drawer. There appeared to be no change. On my husband's advice who applies this treatment to his Carolina Reaper chilis, I spritzed the turmeric leaves with Epsom salts and put the plants out in the sun for the day. I think there was a difference at the end of day 1. It seemed to be slightly greener the day after that, day 2 with no further treatment.

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lets keep it up and see what happens
by: Caroline

this is promising indeed

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