Ground lupine is a natural organic soil improver capable of improving the physical, chemical and biological characteristics of the soil. It is a slow-release source of nitrogen and is recommended for the cultivation of acidophilic plants.
THEground lupinsthey are an excellent fertilizer for acidophilic plants such as citrus fruits, especially if grown in pots. Lot ofnatural fertilizersthey are organic but not of strictly vegetable origin, just think of guano, manure, droppings, bone meal and the ancient cornunghia.
Theground lupineit is a natural fertilizer of 100% vegetable origin and is also of local origin since it is produced starting from legumes originating from the Mediterranean basin.
How does the composition of ground lupine help plants?
Theground lupine can count on large quantities of nitrogen which, thanks to the composition of the natural fertilizer, is slowly released into the soil in order to support the growth of plants in an optimal way. Theground lupineit is a natural slow release fertilizer (source of nitrogen), moreover the organic matter improves the physical and biological characteristics of the soil.
When and how to fertilize with ground lupine?
The best time to fertilize with theground lupineit is early spring, just before the plants start vegetating. It is advisable to superficially bury the ground lupins following the dosages recommended by the manufacturer and indicated on the label of the purchase package.
Generally the recommended doses foresee to distribute, evenly, from 80 to 120 grams ofground lupinsfor each square meter of land. The dosages for the jars are around 40 - 60 grams ofground lupinsto be administered in containers with a diameter of 30 - 50 cm.
For which plants is ground lupine suitable?
Theground lupineis an organic plant-based fertilizer recommended for the fetilization of acidophilic plants, that is, those plants that require substrates with a basically acidic pH for correct growth. Among the most common acidophilic plants in the home we point out:
- Other citrus fruits
Ground lupine for citrus
All information on how to use ground lupine to fertilize citrus fruits is available in the ad hoc articleFertilization of citrus fruits in pots.The rules also apply to citrus fruits grown in the ground but in this case the dosage will be higher while the methods of administration do not change.
How much does it cost and where to buy ground lupine?
Theground lupineit can be purchased at all Garden Centers and specialized retailers, you can ask your trusted nursery while if you don't have one you can take advantage of the online purchase. On the web there are many ecommerce that offer bags of ground lupins. The price of ground lupine varies according to the producer, the origin (ground lupins derived from organic or non-organic farming) and the quantity. Among the various proposals present online we point out those with the best value for money:
1) 20 kg bag of ground lupins, price 39 euros with free shipping.
2) Pack of 3 kg of ground lupins, price € 16.90 with free shipping.