Plants, apart from water and light, require nutrients for proper development. In nature, these substances are almost unlimited, but in domestic growing it does not look as good. Modern fertilizers and nutrients for room, aquarium and terrarium plants come in handy.

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Plants grown in pots or closed tanks take their nutrients from the substrate in which we plant them for some time. However, after some time this substrate becomes sterile, and we can only provide these deficiencies by using fertilizer. Regular, balanced fertilisation of the plants makes them healthy and beautiful. By supplying nutrients through the roots or leaves, the plant is able to produce more healthy leaves or flowers. Fertilisation has a positive effect on growth, colour and flowering.
Nutrients used by plants are divided into 2 main groups - macro and micro components. Macro nutrients are used more often by plants then the micro nutrients. Although, plants need both macro- and micro-components to live. Properly selected fertilizers have a balanced proportion of nutrients, ideally suited to any plant group.
The most important macro nutrients for plants include nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium. They are primarily responsible for the growth of both leaves and shoots (nitrogen) and roots (phosphorus). Potassium, on the other hand, has a positive effect on flowering and shrubbery. The most important microelements include iron, magnesium, copper, zinc and boron. Most of them are responsible for the physiological processes of plants, such as chlorophyll production.
Adjust the amount of fertilizer used and frequency of fertilization to the manufacturer's recommendations. Improper fertilization can cause undesirable effects. If you are in doubt as to which fertiliser you should choose for your plants, please refer to our articles and detailed product descriptions. However, if you still don't find the answers to your questions, please contact us. We will help you to choose the ideal product for your plants.