Plants take in – or ‘fix’ – carbon dioxide from the atmosphere during photosynthesis. Some of the carbon is used for plant growth, and some of it is used in respiration, where the plant breaks down sugars to get energy.
Calcium carbonate is used to help prevent the spread of various diseases, such as powdery mildew, black spot, and blossom end rot. Calcium carbonate (as you may have guessed) bestows plants with a (1) healthy source of calcium, (2) pH balancing properties, (3) increases water retention ability within acidic soils, and
Plumeria dormancy is a period of arrested growth. It is a survival strategy exhibited by many plant species, which enables them to survive in climates where part of the year is unsuitable for growth. Plumerias are tropical and a phase of innate dormancy coinciding with an unfavorable season, such as winter