Why lose their chiliplantorna flowers?

It's a pretty common phenomenon that chiliplantorna drops its flowers it is called to the abort when they shed their flowers on the way. This could mean that the plant is not doing well and the most common reason is for large temperature swings for hot or cold or the plant suffers from malnutrition and are stressed, for small pot, too little water, too much water.

Be sure to keep a consistent watering and give a small child nutrition on a regular basis instead of a big give nutrients such as 1 ggr i veckan. Make sure that it does not become too large temperature swings at night.
To chiliplantorna loses a bit of its flowers is a natural phenomenon if they for example do not become pollinerade. There will be new flowers which bloom chiliplantorna relatively long.

In order to promote the habit of blommning and later its fruit wrapping so I give my plants bone meal which is is a slow fertilizer with much phosphorus and not as much nitrogen.

Bone meal is rich in phosphorus (P) that promote bloom formation, fruit and root formation and nitrogen (N) fostering growth and lush green leaves.

Bone meal contains 7 % nitrogen and 9 % phosphorus and mikroämnen. It is, therefore, an NP 7-9 as well as micronutrient fertilizers.

When I give this industry so I drag down the other nutrients that contain much nitrogen (N)
I sprinkle it on Earth and stir and hoses down the whole thing you can even mix in soil at retraining to larger pot.

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6 Responses to Why lose their chiliplantorna flowers?

  1. Helena says:

    How much bone meal, give the plant and how often?
    I have been given a sapling of an acquaintance and it has lost some flowers with “sprig” and everything. It has been a cold period now, so maybe it didn't get enough heat. It has a southern window indoors.
    Otherwise it has grown well and have lots of small flowers on time. It stands in a 3-4 liter pot.
    In my familiar is a cayenne pepper. But she didn't know so thoroughly..

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi! I do not provide meal to my plants. Use a good liquid nutrition type Blomstar fertilizer and mix 2 milliliter for each litre of water and use this every time you water.

      • Lars-Olof says:

        Hey Stig! In the article, you write that you give your plants bone meal, but in the response above, you write that you do not give your plants bone meal. How do you mean actually?

        • Stig Häggkvist says:

          Hi! I don't give my plants bone meal anymore when I use a fertilizer with a lot of P and K that I base my pots when they retrained to finish pots 30 – 50 liters.. Then, when the plants are grown up so you can find everything they need in P and K in the soil.

  2. Lennart Forss says:

    Hi! The helpful information you have. I'm a bit of a beginner
    Have planted Sweet Banana,Lipari,Jalapenjo,Nikita,California Wonder,Lombardi sweet pepper in January
    All except California Wonder has begun to have fruits.
    Nikita was first released,but it seems that they get 1-2 fruit plant himself quite large,4-5 cm,and that it took stamina from them then it is mostly flowers.
    I've had them out in the greenhouse gradually more and more. Cannot avoid the temperature becomes sådär25-30grader despite ventilation. Some have lost some flowers. Might have to do with it (o) some of the other factors that you mention?
    Have read that grass clippings is good to add at the top of the soil in the pot? What do you think about it?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi. Yes, you can put grass clippings above in the pot it helps keep the moisture and you will get the extra nutrition kick.

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