So if your fertilizing your bonsai with [liquid fertilizer] — and your soil is 90% dry would the ion exchange of the fertilizer be hamper a bit, because the soil 's dryness. Verses if the soil was semi-moist when you fertilize where the ion exchange is helped by the slight moister of the soil. Is there any literature out there to support it or not.?
Bonsai_Bill (Bill Daniels) #1
bonsaitonight (Jonas Dupuich) #2
No idea if there’s literature on this. 90% dry sounds too dry. I tend to water before fertilizing to avoid damaging the roots.