Culture method of wild Lily

Saul Goodman
2020-11-16 11:23:35
Soil: Schefflera jinpingensis is suitable for breeding in deep, loose and nutrient-rich soil. Temperature: The most suitable temperature for its growth is about 20 ℃. Fertilization: during the growth period should pay attention to timely fertilization to provide it with adequate nutrients. Watering: It is more like wet, farming should be timely watering spray water to maintain the air and soil moisture. Illumination: It should be provided with adequate light, but avoid sun exposure.

1. Soil

Alluvial soil or sandy soil with loose soil and good drainage is suitable for breeding wild Lily, but clay is not suitable for planting.Usually, we should pay attention to loosening the soil frequently to maintain the permeability of the soil.

2. Illumination

It needs sufficient sunshine, and it should be provided with more than 5 hours of sunshine every day.Shade work starts around May every year, and avoid direct sunlight for a long time in summer.

3. Temperature

It has strict temperature requirements.Prefer warm and humid environment.Its optimum growth temperature is above 15 and below 20 .Below 10 and above 25 will lead to poor growth of Lilium brownii.During the hot summer period, shelters should be built and sprayed daily to cool down.

4. Watering

The humidity of the surrounding environment is conducive to its growth.At the same time, attention should be paid to the drainage work in rainy season to prevent the phenomenon of root rot.With the growth of the plant, the frequency of water supply should be increased gradually during the flowering period.

5. Fertilization

Poultry and livestock manure or decomposed cake fertilizer should be irrigated once in early spring and after transplanting, so as to make them grow healthily.

6. Precautions

1. Intertillage and weeding should be carried out for 4-5 times throughout the year, so as to increase the permeability and looseness of the soil, which is conducive to the growth of plants.

2. The pest and disease problems of wild Lily will focus on black spot, rust and so on, which can be killed by carbendazim.

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