In order to grow in the home healthy and strong tropical plant, care must be taken that the soil in which it grows, was full of nutrients. Be aware that the introduction of organic and mineral substances produced in two ways: directly through the root system of the plant and foliar feeding.

Watering fertilizer the root system of the trees

The process of watering plants mineral or organic fertilizers is not difficult. Enough to buy in a special store suitable medium, mix it with water in the right proportions and, in fact, you can start to make fertilizer in the substrate.

To watering trees was the most effective, you should follow a few simple rules. In order to avoid burns the root system of the plants, before fertilizer should be thoroughly watered the soil with clean cold water. Fertilize the soil only after two to three weeks after transplanting trees. Should have used the plant in a new place, to take root and recover.

It is undesirable to make the soil mineral and organic fertilizers in the winter months during the rest of the plant. Fertilize the soil in the fertilizer to only those mixtures in which low nitrogen content.

Dilute the fertilizer according to the instructions on the original packaging. Excessive fertilizer in the solution can burn the entire root system of a palm tree. In preparing the solution it is necessary to proceed from the principle: it is better not to Supplement, rather than to overfeed.

Foliar fertilizer palm trees

In fact, foliar feeding is nothing like spraying fertilizers stems and leaves of the plant. This procedure is additional to produce it should only in the following cases:

- before the flowering period;
the case of a damaged root system during transplanting plants;
- in the case of leaves visual symptoms: yellowing, wilting, drying - these symptoms indicate that your soil lacks essential nutrients, as well as potassium, phosphorus and iron.

Important: foliar application of palm trees should be sprayed not only the upper side of the leaves, but also lower. That is the underside of the leaf, due to its porous structure, much better absorb the nutrients contained in the fertilizer.