Should i fertilize indoor plants in winter

Should i fertilize indoor plants in winter


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Should i fertilize indoor plants in winter?

I have grown indoor plants indoors in my apartment for about two years. I have about 5 plants per container, and have kept them alive by misting them on a regular basis. I don’t fertilize the plants, as they have done very well without a significant level of fertilization. My plants are all flowering, and i have recently started seeing signs of insect damage on some of them.

I just saw a live maggots on one of the plant today. I think it was just a single maggot, but i wonder if it might be an insect feeding on my plants (it was on the stem). Could this possibly be a problem, and if so what could i do to reduce the chances of this happening in the future? Would it be worth spending the money to fertilize my plants (not too much), even though the plants have been thriving without any fertilization?

I’m not sure about the long term effects, but the fertilizing of the plants has been great for short term, especially with the flowering period. I’m just concerned about the occasional maggot feeding.

You could probably try to get the maggots off your plants with some of your regular misting. You might try to spray it down with some alcohol or whatever and let the alcohol work it’s magic (which it will in some cases). If you have some sort of pesticide product on hand, it might kill the larva off but I don’t know what the long-term effects of pesticide application are on your plants.

It doesn’t sound like you are experiencing any long term problems with the larvae and i don’t know if it is normal for them to be in your plants. As to fertilizing, i just fertilized my indoor plants this past week. I have also gotten some nice flowering out of these plants which i am really pleased about.

Hi, I also have a question regarding fertilizing indoor plants. I fertilized my orchids this past week, and they are doing well, but my spider plants seem to be stunting. This is the first time that I’ve noticed this, and it happens about a week after I fertilize, and the potting soil for both the spider and orchids is virtually identical. When I fertilize, I add 1/3 of the fertilizer (with my orchid fertilizer, it is a 10-20-10 fertilizer), but I feel that the amounts may not be enough for them. If the problem continues, should I keep fertilizing? What is the average amount of fertilizer that should be applied to indoor plants, per week? Tak!

When you fertilize your plants, use the correct amount for the life cycle of the plant. Do not use a lot of fertilizer for spider plants since they do not require fertilizer very often. The problem might be more of a lack of water rather than fertilizer. Check to make sure the soil in the pots is not dry.

Thanks for your quick reply! Yes, I have a few spider plants, but I only fertilize a couple of times per week. Also, I have a few orchid plants in the same pot as my spider plants. Is there a way to fertilize the orchids while fertilizing the spider plants? (The orchid fertilizer is a slow release 10-20-10 fertilizer, with 4-4-2 for both weeks 1 and 2.) Thanks again for your help!

I had to fertilize a couple of times this week for my indoor plants. I fertilize once a week, but the instructions on my plant fertilizer (for both indoors and outdoors) say that they need to be fertilized three times a week. I’m worried that I’m not fertilizing enough. How do I know when to fertilize?

I am a big fan of the plant fertilizers. I have indoor plants that are almost like weeds, but they are really easy to care for and are cheap. I buy mine at the discount store, Walmart. I put them on the floor or counter and the smell is wonderful. Just make sure you water them well every 2-3 days and do not over fertilize.

I have 3 kinds of spider plants. 2 of them have started to bloom, one of them I fertilized a couple days ago. I fertilized them with regular garden soil fertilizer. I’m not sure how to fertilize the 3rd one.

The first 2 spider plants were indoor plants, and I am also planning to grow them outdoors. What do I need to do to grow them outdoors? When I fertilized the first two indoor spider plants, they grew more. Do they need a larger container?

I have many spider plants (several inches long), but they do not grow much, the smallest one has not developed the first bud yet, so I am wondering if it needs some more water or something else to grow. But the other 2 have developed the first bud and are blooming…

I would fertilize them after they are dry. Spider plants like dry soil that has not been watered very long.Det bedste tidspunkt at befrugte en edderkopplante indendørs er, efter at de har blomstret. Du skal muligvis befrugte oftere, hvis de er indendørs eller indendørs og under voksende lys. Jeg bruger en gødning som mirakel-gro all formål plantemad og en meget fortyndet form af den, da denne gødning kommer i en koncentreret form og er lettere at fortynde. En edderkopplante skal befrugtes hver anden dag. Jeg befrugter ikke min hver dag, fordi de bliver Leggy.

Dette er et dejligt og nemt spørgsmål. Dette er planter, jeg har købt i et havearbejdecenter til min mors køkken, jeg bruger en almindelig havjord. Jeg vander dem næsten dagligt, men et par dage i den varme sommersol tørrer dem ud. Jeg har dyrket planter i årevis uden problemer, men det ser ud til, at tipene ikke engang går ud af jorden, så jeg tror, ​​jeg er nødt til at gøre noget med dem. Hvad kan jeg bruge til at tilskynde til ny vækst på tipene?

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Tak for denne nyttige og interessante artikel. Jeg har for nylig købt en indendørs edderkopplante i en plastikpotte, som jeg fik at vide, at det ville kræve lidt vand (som en saftig), men jeg må indrømme, at det har været lidt vanskeligt at holde vandet. Toppen af ​​jorden er meget tør. Jeg har ikke skiftet vandet i cirka en uge, og gryden er på et plantestativ i et hjørne væk fra et vindue og under indirekte lys. Den eneste jord, jeg har, er pottejord i gryden. Jeg har brugt destilleret vand til at vandet det. Jeg har vandet to gange om dagen (morgen og nat). Jeg ved ikke, om dette er nok vand, eller hvad kunne jeg gøre anderledes.

God dag, jeg er så ophidset, at jeg fandt dit websted, jeg

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