The consequences of applying flowers with thick fertilizer
The concentration of liquid fertilizer is too large, often leading to the yellowish and yellow flowers and leaves, and in severe cases, the death of flowers will be caused.Therefore, the flowers should be used to use thick fertilizer.Under normal circumstances, the concentration of plant root hair cell solution is larger than the concentration of soil solution. Because the infiltration pressure of the two is different, the soil solution continues to penetrate into the plant’s root hair, so the root hair can absorb water and nutrients from the soil fluid, but once once the soil liquid, once the soil liquid, once, once the soil liquid can absorb water and nutrients, but once once the soil liquid, once, once the soil liquids can absorb water and nutrients, but once once the soil liquid, once, once the soil liquids can absorb water and nutrients, but once once the soil liquid, once, once the soil liquid is absorbed by the soil liquid.If you apply thick fertilizer, the concentration in the soil liquid will be greater than the plant root hair cells. At this time, the phenomenon of reverse osmosis will occur. The cell solution penetrates the soil solution, causing the water in the cells to be separated, causing the wall to separate the wall, and the plant wither and death.Similar phenomena can also occur with pyrine fertilizers.
The correct method of applying flowers with thick fertilizer
First of all, the concentration of fertilizer fertilizers should not be too high, and should be controlled at about 0.1%. When applying liquid fertilizers to the ingredients, it should also dilute the concentration by 10-15 times and then use it reasonably.