5 Tips To Increase Flower Production

5 Tips To Increase Flower Production

When growing any type of fruit or vegetable, there are certain things that will be the difference maker when it comes to harvest time.

Pruning Plants This is a technique that is incorporated world wide and used on a large commercial scale. Pruning plants simply means cleaning the foliage of the plant so that what is left behind, will spend the time focusing its energy on the remaining growth.

The best thing to do when growing plants, is to totally strip the entire bottom parts of the plant and some growers will even strip away to one internode, before finally flowering the plants. The same is done with tomatoes but not as excessive, as the principal is the plant will now produce all of the fruits and flowers from the top part of the left behind growth.

This may seem totally and utterly counter productive and seems you are wasting what has taken the last 4-8 weeks to grow. However, incorporating this technique is strongly advised a brilliant way to grow top heavy fruits without any unwanted lower bearing fruits.

In the same analogy that we gave about bodybuilding and following a complex plan of exercise, rest and nutrients, we all know the potential dangers of carbohydrates and how they are notorious for packing on weight.

Phosphorus And Potassium During the lifecycle of a plant, it will require Macro nutrients and trace elements in order to grow and expand in size.

Climate Climate has a verry strong effect on flower and fruit production, below we split out our subject Climate in four subcomponents; Light, Water, Air and Temperature.

Light Light is of course one of the most important factors for plant growth and flowering. The energy the plant receives from light converts carbon dioxide into carbohydrates, sugars.

For more information click on link below

For more information click on link below