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Have you ever been so excited as a result of the smell or sight of good food which led to overfeeding? You are not alone, many have been in this state at one point or the other and some even become carried away as a result of the fantastic and awesome taste of the food that is being consumed. ‘Nutrient burn’ is a terminology used in agronomy; it has often been referred to by many as ‘over-enthusiasm backlash’ or ‘novice lament’ which occurs due to the ...
One is filled with several aspects of expectations when he or she becomes a cannabis grower knowing that at different stages, the plant is expected to take a particular form. When these stages are not forthcoming, various factors may be attributed to the anomalies which among them could include a deficiency of nitrogen. The presence of nitrogen in a cannabis plant is as important as any other element because the plant’s development is dependent on its activeness. A cannabis plant that ...
Nitrogen Low nitrogen levels that are found in the plants are characterized by an even yellow or gold color. Low nitrogen levels in the plants will cause slow growth and undersized leaves. The solution to this problem is by adding a high nitrogen fertilizer to the plants and you will be able to see the results within a few days and the plants will go back to normal. Phosphorus A farmer can identify the low phosphorus level in plants by its slow growth process. The leaves will have a dark ...
Immobile elements Copper As a constituent compound of quite a number of Cannabis plant enzymes, copper is a very fundamental metal. Other functions include aiding in the nitrogen fixation procedure, metabolic pathways in carbohydrate synthesis as well as the reduction of oxygen. A deficiency of copper will impact the Cannabis plant in several different ways, chief among them the stunted growth of the crop. A keen farmer will also notice that the leaves, especially the younger leaves start to ...
It is important to know that for a plant to grow it must require the following factors; correct temperature and humidity, moisture, light, air, certain nutrients and the absence of disease-causing organisms. Plant nutrition is a term that is used to define what the plants eat or what nutrients they take from their surroundings. Every farmer should be aware of the nutrients that the plants need so as to develop the best yield. The farmer needs to know the exact proportion of the nutrients that ...
. Farmers are advised to mix the granite dust  1) Use granite dust to control the levels of potassium as this dust slowly releases the mineral. It also contains other microelements which help with the stabilization] of alkalinity in the soil. Farmers are advised to mix the granite dust with compost in the ratio of 1:1. The soil is then tilled in order to prepare the cannabis bed. When this mixture is introduced into the soil the granite dust triggers the growth of organic material which ...
When it comes to cultivation of cannabis plants, good nutrition is a fundamental aspect that contributes to healthy and well grown plants. There are many different types of minerals that cannabis requires in adequate amounts for proper development, and one of them is Iron (Fe). This essential mineral triggers formation of chlorophyll and it also plays an active role during photosynthesis. A lack of Fe causes a wide range of plant disorders that manifest in the form discolored leaves and slowed ...