Starting to feel a bit bummed out by all this gloomy weather? Imagine how your poor plants feel! All clouds and no sun leads to lots of fun with production schedules, nutrition and proper plant development. Continue reading “Stalling out: Strategies for success”
As we start to move into fall and winter flower crop production cycles, it’s a good time to go back through some basics about nutrient deficiencies.
No matter where you are in a cropping cycle, nutrition problems can be tricky to figure out. The good thing is they can be differentiated from disease or pest issues based on a few key observations:
- If the damage is uniform and crop wide, it’s most likely a nutritional issue
- If the damage is localized or more random, it’s most likely a disease or pest issue