Completely ready nutritious peat soil for growing (planting, transplanting) violets (senpolia, primrose, fuchsia, cyclamen, balsam and other rhizome and tuberous indoor species).
Fill the soil for violets into the planting container, plant a violet, slightly compact, pour water at room temperature. Add soil if necessary.
When grafting by cutting: pour drainage into the planting container. This layer should cover the bottom of the container not more than 2 cm deep. Fill it with the soil, but not to the very top, leaving free space so that the leaf is at an angle of 30 to 45 degrees. To plant it in the ground, make a small depression.
After planting the stem, cover it with the soil slightly tamped for stability of planting material
The composition of the soil
|A mixture of peat of various degrees of decomposition|
|Complex mineral fertilizer (Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium)|
Nutrient content(forms available for plants)
|mg/l, not less than|
|Nitrogen (NH4 + N03)||110|
|Acidity: pH of salt suspension, not less than||5,5|
|Moisture content, not more than||65%|