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Sandy
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February 3, 2013 - 7:40 pm
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hi,

 

recently i brought 2 red velvet rose plant it gave rose for two month but now it stop giving rose 

i water them daily one time in morning and also fertilize with rose manure (ratanshis toprose) every Sunday 

 

still not getting rose's need helpCry

 

and i also brought petunia how much water should i add and when now i am watering them daily in morning    

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malini
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February 4, 2013 - 9:28 am
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Hi Sandy,

 I have 15 rose plants.They are easy to grow if provided with proper conditions.Good amount of sunlight,right proportions of fertilizers,water etc.I think it is not necessary to fertilize it every week.It can be fertilized once in four weeks.When it is in good sunlight,it requires water daily.But due to the weather,if it doesn't get enough sunlight,watering alternate days is enough.When the plants are pruned,it helps in lateral growths.The blooms should be cut after it is dried.

As for petunias,it is better to water them when the soil is a little dry.

Hope this helps.

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malini.

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Sandy
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February 6, 2013 - 6:10 pm
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thanks for the reply and which type of fertilizer you use for rose plant

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malini
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February 6, 2013 - 7:54 pm
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Hi Sandy,

 It depends on the fertilizer I have in stock.I add organic compost when ever the compost is ready.Slow release NPK once in two months or so.Sometimes when I get panchgavya,i apply it to them.once in a week,i loosen the soil to aerate them.All this helps in beautiful blooms.

malini.

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February 20, 2013 - 9:14 pm
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malini said:

Hi Sandy,

 It depends on the fertilizer I have in stock.I add organic compost when ever the compost is ready.Slow release NPK once in two months or so.Sometimes when I get panchgavya,i apply it to them.once in a week,i loosen the soil to aerate them.All this helps in beautiful blooms.

malini.

thanks again but i am new to gardening so can you please tell how to make organic compost, and what's NPK and can i get panchgavya in stores

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Hi sandy

   organic compost is made by composting kitchen wastes.I do it by collecting the kitchen wastes like veg,fruit peels in a bin and adding dry waste(dry leaves,paper etc) to it in equal quantity.If we leave this for about 3-4 months,turning it once a week,we will get a reasonably good organic compost. 

NPK is a major component of any fertilizer required by plants.The ratio differs according to the various stages of plant growth.Top-Bottom-Around is the simple way to remember the needs of the plants.That is,for the Top growth(growth of leaves)-N(nitrogen) is required.For the bottom growth(growth of roots)-P(phosphorus) is required.K-pottasium is required for the all around growth,disease resistence,flower production etc.

Panchgavya is sold in some fertilizer stores.Garden Guru(gg's online garden store) sell panchgavya and most of the garden requirements too.

Don't be too overwhelmed by all the above info,to begin with start with a good rose fertilizer and apply it as told in the instructions.Once a week ,loosen the soil by tilling it.

Experience is the best teacher in gardening.so,just take one step at a time.

Hope this helps.

malini

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Raja Gopala Rao
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February 21, 2013 - 6:56 pm
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you are right Malini Experiance is the best teacherLaugh

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