Trees growing in a free form are able to branch their root system in search of minerals, which potted plants cannot. One of the most important factors in the growth of Bonsai is the care of its land. Because these “mini-trees” have a very branched root system, absorbing all the minerals from the soil of the pot, and when watering, 20% of the inorganic substances are washed away. That is why they need additional feeding.
The composition of nitrogen allows you to maintain and prevent vegetative excess. It also contributes to the development and enlargement of the trunk.
Lightly attach the triangles to the ground surface. Cover the entire surface of the pot evenly, keeping the mutual distance between each pellet 2 – 4 cm (depending on the size of the pot and the plant). After application, thoroughly and daily moisten, depending on the needs of the plant in water. Approximately 30 – 40 days after application, remove the residues and supplement with new fertilizer granules.