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If I understand the instructions correct, you only water every two months with this solution. The rest of the time you water with plain water. Is this correct? Also how much of the solution should you put on each plant?
I am doing a science fair project on this topic. I am in middle school. Here are some answers to your questions.
Yes, it can be used on almost ALL plants as long as you follow the instructions. You must discard some of the solution because on the bottom is where most of the aspirin is (even when you're done stirring.) So the top is mostly all water anyway. You give each plant the solution as you would any regular fertilized water (just when needed) only give the plant water so it is wet. Don't let it drown in water, but don't be afraid to give it the water either. The aspirin won't burn the plant, if you follow the instructions carefully.
So far my plant with aspirin in it has a richer color it is growing MUCH MUCH faster and it is very full.
At Christmas time, my dad used aspirin water for the tree, i couldn't believe the difference this made.
comment if you have any more questions.
I agree. How much asprin water? Please give more articulate answers. I guess I just didn't understand it all. Thanks so much.
Can this solution be used on ANY kind of house plants??
Also, is it good on ANY type of outdoor shrubs??
Regarding this tip, HOW MUCH of this solution do you give each plant each time?
Is it good for flowering shrubs, ie. Rhoderdendrums, Azaleas, Humming Bird Vine, Honeysuckle, etc.???
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