The Q&A Archives: Calibrachoa Plugs; Temp Required, Light, Etc.

Question: Our calibrachoa plugs are not doing very well, Do we need more light, more heat in our greenhouse. We purchased plugs, they already were cut back, so they are quite small. Any info you can give me is greatly appreciated. Thank you.

Answer: In general terms, calibrachoa grows best in bright light at temperatures between 70 and 75 degrees and requires an acid soil. You might want to consult with your county extension (743-5121) to determine precisely what is happening with your plugs and for more specific recommendations that would apply to your growing conditions, especially if this is a commercial crop.

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