Asiatic Lily breeding method

Jane Margolis
2020-11-16 11:23:35
Soil: plant yellow fruit eggplant suggested to choose fertile, preferably humus is rich in humus soil or nutrient soil; Temperature: It prefers a warm environment, conservation will be recommended to maintain the temperature between 15-25 ℃; Watering: When you plant it at home, water it in time and keep the potting soil moist; Illumination: After transplanting, it needs to be placed in the shade, and when all its leaves stand up, it can get under the sun to receive normal light.

1. Soil

Asiatic lilies grow well in well-drained, fertile soil.It prefers a slightly acidic environment and can use a slightly acidic soil with a pH of 6.5.And humus soil can be added to improve soil quality and increase soil fertility.

2. Temperature

During curing, it is most suitable to control the temperature at about 16-24 .It likes warm environment, summer and winter to do a good job of cooling and heat preservation measures, otherwise the stems and leaves will wither.

3. Watering

It likes a wet environment, watering a small amount each time, watering frequency is high, so that the basin to maintain a wet state.Don't let the pot produce water, which can easily lead to its root rot.

4. Illumination

It is not a particularly sun-loving plant, but we also need to give it enough light.Provide it with at least 6 hours of sunshine a day in spring, autumn and winter, and avoid it being directly exposed to the sun in summer.

5. Pests and Diseases

Asiatic lilies are susceptible to aphids and fungal infections.When aphids and fungal infections are found, the corresponding drugs should be used as soon as possible.So as not to make it difficult to recover, or even lead to plant death.

6. Trimming

During its growth period, it can be pruned, and some thin branches, diseased branches and dead branches can be cut off.After flowering, cutting off some excess leaves and residual flowers can promote the next flowering.

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