When I was walking my tomato crop, I noticed significant signs of phosphorus deficiency. (Purple on the old leaves). A quick check of the
If you’ve ever noticed that your plants grow poorly and stretched in the winter, you are noticing the effects of light on them. There are three primary ways that light affects your plants: day length (how long it is light for), intensity of light (brightness), and the quality of light (colour).
There are two basic factors at work in the process of plants taking in water: osmosis and transpiration. I’ll explain them both and then discuss why it’s important for growers to understand. Osmosis Imagine a wall with some swinging doors in it. On either side of the door are children at a party. On […]