Phosphorus and Ginger

sharvil6August 7, 2010

I've grown a ginger plant from a ginger rhizome i bought from the store and i've made another pot with 7 ginger rhizomes planted in it. (some of them have started to sprout)

When i was cleaning out my garage, i found a packet of phosphorus sticks that, the instructions say, should be buried in a pot and "watered as usual"

So what do you guys think? Should i use the phosphorus sticks in my ginger pots?

So sorry if this a dumb question

THANKS

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danasplants(9a)

no you can dig that when you need it for the spice I would not put that in there as this is a spice that you eat why waste it. I grow it here in my flower beds when I need some I just go out and cut a pcs

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