Indoor Gardening Troubleshooting
Hello Gardeners' World!
I'm primarily an indoor gardener due to my limited space and living in a 2nd floor flat, but that doesn't stop me from living my passion every day. I've created a 4 tiered automatic light, heat, and ventilation area for my plants to thrive in, and of course, the occasional water and feed With that being said, I have a few concerns...
The first plant is my De Cayenne plant. It's healthy, growing along schedule, and doing what it needs to. However, I'm beginning to notice a very slight hue of yellow beginning to appear (the camera doesn't quite do it justice). From doing reading, I believe it's a lack of Nitrogen. Is this correct? If so, how do I go about remedying the situation?
I may get a few responses from this second picture as it may go against a few rules, but i'm all about constructive criticism. It's a passion I want to learn all about!
My potato plant was planted on 02 January 2015, so it's almost hitting its 2 month mark. Also, the current height is roughly 2.5-3 ft (guesstimate based on looking). With that being said, I have a few concerns as well:
1) Why are the leaves curled inward?
2) I'm assuming they're deeper green on top and lighter green on the bottom due to lighting, correct?
3) Are there potato plants that don't flower, or am I anticipating the flowering too early since it's only been 2 months? If so, I'm slightly concerned about its height since I already have homemade 2-tiered bamboo canes being utilized for support.
Any (and all) help is greatly appreciated!