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How do you define a plug plant as I have just received an order of 'pot plants' which appear to be plug plants as they do not have a pot?
Plugs (plug plants) tend to be tiny as the term is associated with the trays that they are grown in - the trays have individual cells that are smaller than most adults' fingers - just a very few ml of compost. Very many nurseries mail order plants minus pots as it saves postage and in most cases the plants wouldn't stay in them during shipping anyway. The term pot plant is also not normally an indication of size, but the fact that the plant is normally used for pot culture as opposed to open ground etc. In which case you could buy pot-plant plugs.
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it depends if you have a small rooting tomato plant like tubbling tom there perfect for pot ,but only a few are good for pots i advise a grow bag as this is great for people w…ho don't have alot of space
Yes. A large-ish pot.
we should not over water potted plants because roots of plant take in air from the soil and if we over water the the plant then water will displace the air thus root will not …be able to take in air .
well females plants grow the bud. the bud grows from little hairs that stick out all over the tree. this will show first at the point where the main stem meets the stem of a l…eaf. try to make sure you don't mix the female and male. ounce the flowers begin to open on the male and the female is allowed to pollinate energy is wasted on seed growth witch in some cases can take up as much as 90% of your bud production.
To allow for drainage.
Depending on the pot type, you can drill a hole in the bottom or if this is not possible put a layer of rocks in the bottom before putting in dirt. This will aid in keep…ing to much water from the roots of plants.
Yes, Plants tend to grow better in potting soil, In fact I am doing a school project on that now.
As many as you can fit in your designated planting area! The more the merrier =)
yes plants can grow in a pot of water because of the nutrients the water provides.
Yes, should'nt be a problem. Try to find a fairly large pot so the rose can grow sturdy roots, and has enough space to establish.
only female cannabis plants produce the sought after bud. males produce pollen sacks. male plants do contain cannabinoids but very small amounts in comparison to female …flowers.
Because the plant uses up all the stores of starch in it's leaves.
Yes, you can plant them, but it depends if they received adequate nutrition after they flowered last season whether they will flower well again. This is particularly so for th…e fancy varieties, which tend to deteriorate over time.
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Yes, quaking aspens can be planted in a pot. However, the trees will eventually outgrow it and need to be transferred to the ground.
yes. You definatly want to change a plants pot. if you dont your plant will die.
1) An indication that there are not enough holes in the pot for water to drain out of. 2) If the plant is indoors, then it may not be getting enough sunlight. 3) If the pl…ant is in a greenhouse, then it may be getting to humid. If so you should remove the plant and put it outside. 4) If you have had the plant for a long time, then it could be dying from either and infection or just because it is old. 5)If you live in an apartment and it is on a balcony, then a bird or insect may be eating away at it. These are only a few of the many possibilities, but hope it helped. :o)
It produces biomass by photosynthesis