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  • Geranium Alert
    Wholesale Business Directory Log In Home Grower Alerts Grower Alerts Geranium Alert Print Email Acid PH May 2006 Geraniums Acid pH in the growing medium can ruin your crop This is what happens to leaves when pH of the growing medium starts dropping below 5 5 pH of the leach in this case was 4 9 Growers must monitor the pH on a regular basis not when symptoms appear In this case grower has to apply potassium bicarbonate five times before pH rose to around 6 2 The damaged leaves have to be removed to sell these plants What happened with this geranium It is not a pH issue The plant entered into a flowering phase right after plug was transplanted into the container How did it happen Drying out was the main reason The plants did not get water soon enough What to do now Remove flower keep them well watered and well fertilized BACK Prev Next tweet Research Sections Grower Alerts Research Extension Most Popular Join AGGA Awards Scholarships Growing for the Cure Greenhouse Retail Map Locator Green Valley Gardens Profile Archives All Articles Search Grower Alerts 2016 Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association All Rights Reserved Contact Site Map

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  • Geranium Alert
    the leach in this case was 4 9 Growers must monitor the pH on a regular basis not when symptoms appear In this case grower has to apply potassium bicarbonate five times before pH rose to around 6 2 The damaged leaves have to be removed to sell these plants What happened with this geranium It is not a pH issue The plant entered into a flowering phase right after

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  • Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association
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  • Geranium Leaf Edge Burn
    1 2 mmhos It took about an hour before water was applied to the growing medium Rooted cuttings come with lot of root hair which are involved with the absorption of water and nutrients Exposed to dry medium root hair are damaged which caused these leave edges to dry out No pesticides were applies on these cuttings So make sure that a wetted growing medium is used Dr M Mirza

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  • Geranium Leaf Edge Burn
    transplanted in a dry medium PH was 6 2 and E C of the leach was at 1 2 mmhos It took about an hour before water was applied to the growing medium Rooted cuttings come with lot of root hair which are involved with the absorption of water and nutrients Exposed to dry medium root hair are damaged which caused these leave edges to dry out No pesticides were

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  • Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association
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  • Geranium Leaf Scorch
    Information Structures Buildings Industry Associations Find A Greenhouse Near You Wholesale Business Directory Log In Home Grower Alerts Grower Alerts Geranium Leaf Scorch Print Email April 2005 What is wrong with these geraniums Look at the bottom lower leaves They appear scorched Answer Geranium Leaf Scorching The problem was observed where lower leaves showed a silver scorching There was no evidence of spray or fertilizer damage A pour through leach pH was 4 5and E C was 8 01 millimhos Normally at that high E C leaves should have shown severe browning and very dark green color In this case the plants were sitting under hanging baskets and thus were shaded quite a bit If they have been moved to sunny location the leaves would have shown serious damage I think growers are just too busy to monitor pH and E C on a regular basis BACK Prev Next tweet Research Sections Grower Alerts Research Extension Most Popular Join AGGA Awards Scholarships Growing for the Cure Greenhouse Retail Map Locator Green Valley Gardens Profile Archives All Articles Search Grower Alerts 2016 Alberta Greenhouse Growers Association All Rights Reserved Contact Site Map Search This Site Register Home About AGGA Awards Scholarships

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  • Geranium Leaf Scorch
    observed where lower leaves showed a silver scorching There was no evidence of spray or fertilizer damage A pour through leach pH was 4 5and E C was 8 01 millimhos Normally at that high E C leaves should have shown severe browning and very dark green color In this case the plants were sitting under hanging baskets and thus were shaded quite a bit If they have been moved

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