1) DAP fertilizer has a pH of about 8, which makes it a strong alkaline. This means that DAP can have an impact on the pH of the soil in which it is applied. Plants that prefer acidic soils may not benefit from DAP fertilizer, and adding too many alkaline-based products to soil that is already alkaline-rich can lead to underdevelopment in some plants. DOSAGES – Apply 1/2 tsp in 1 liter of water every 15 days
2) Urea – For seeds and seedlings- use 1/4 tsp. to 1 liter water. After 3-4 true leaves come out – use 1/2 tsp. to 1 liter water. When you will see blooming sign upto full bloom – use 2/3 tsp. to 1 liter water. Untill blooming complete or harvesting complete – use 1 tsp. to 1 liter water.
3) Organic Compost : The easiest way to apply organic fertilizers is to spread them on the soil surface or planting beds. Since most plant feeder roots are in the top few inches of the soil, there’s no need to dig the nutrients down deeply; unless you’re applying a phosphorous fertilizer.
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