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ushasree
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October 17, 2012 - 12:04 pm
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I have 2 jasmine plants that I got from my friends. One is aduku malli (very big size) and the other one I forgot what it is. The plant has grown very big with lot of branches and good leaves. It keep growing vigourously but it is not showing any sign of bud. I am growing this in ground. I use vermi compost once in a while, give them a handful. No disease on the plant though. Need your expert advice. Started using panchagavya recently. Just gave one doze as of now to my plants.

 

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Usha

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Lakshmi Nair
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October 17, 2012 - 12:28 pm
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Usha,

You haven't mentioned how old the plants are. Adukkumalli does take a long time to bloom; in my experience flowering is also not profuse, but the few that you get makes the effort well worth it! The Panchagavya should hopefully work. Try feeding as well as spraying. Good Luck!

Lakshmi 

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ushasree
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Lakshmi,

It is going to be a year now since I got the plant from my friend. It is so big now, growing everywhere. Can u please explain what do u mean by feeding and spraying, I understand the wordings, but would need more details on how and what

 Usha

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Lakshmi Nair
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Sorry Usha, for being ambiguos. I meant you can dilute 30 ml Panchagavya with one litre water and use it as a liquid feed as well as a foliar spray. You get panchgavya at Restore, Adyar. I heard about this miracle liquid from Geekgardener and have been addicted to his website ever since!

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Lakshmi

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Thanks Lakshmi. I will do that.

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Ganapathy
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@ usha

for jasmine plants use epsom salt.

mix 3-5gms(half spoon) of epsom salt  in 1 ltr of water. this is enough for your 2 plants. This should do the trick. Wait for 2 weeks, your plant will grow further & will start blooming many many flowers.

Epsom salt will be available in medical shops and should cost around 7-8 rs !!

 

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I have the same problem with my Cestrum Nocturnum (Raat Ki Rani)

Will epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulphate) work for my plant as well?

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snorkel4u said:

I have the same problem with my Cestrum Nocturnum (Raat Ki Rani)

Will epsom Salt (Magnesium Sulphate) work for my plant as well?

@snorkel4u

Yes you can use it for night queen plant. Once it starts flowering the sweet smell also starts from them in the night !! Also check it might flower in late spring & summer. 

Don't use too much epsom salt for single plant!! just use it once for 2-3 months if needed. 

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