What is the Best Fertilizer NPK for Hoyas?

What is the Best Fertilizer NPK for Hoyas?
The three numbers in fertilizer represent the primary macronutrients that plants need to grow and develop. These numbers are displayed as a ratio, commonly referred to as the N-P-K ratio, which stands for Nitrogen (N), Phosphorus (P), and Potassium (K). Each number represents the percentage by weight of the respective nutrient in the fertilizer.

Nitrogen (N): Nitrogen is crucial for plant growth as it aids in the development of leaves and stems, as well as chlorophyll production. It is essential for photosynthesis, which is how plants produce energy from sunlight.

Phosphorus (P): Phosphorus promotes root growth, flowering, and fruiting. It also plays a vital role in energy transfer within the plant and helps in the formation of DNA and other genetic material.

Potassium (K): Potassium helps plants in the regulation of water and nutrient uptake, as well as overall plant health. It plays a key role in strengthening cell walls, which helps plants resist diseases and pests.

The Hoya specific liquid fertilizer from Germany has an N-P-K ratio of 3.5-3.4-5.1 contains 3.5% nitrogen, 3.4% phosphorus, and 5.1% potassium by weight. It's essential to choose a fertilizer with the appropriate N-P-K ratio for your specific plants.

We have had extremely good results with respect to growth and flower blooming with this fertilizer.

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