Narcissus breeding methods which have several, which is more commonly used breeding methods?

Gustavo Fring
2020-11-16 11:23:35
There are many reasons why camellias have buds but do not open. It may be because the plant is in the recovery stage and needs careful maintenance to wait for recovery growth. It may be due to the lack of nutrients, it is necessary to supplement phosphorus and potassium to promote flowering. Maybe because the temperature is too low, we need to do a good job of keeping warm, the temperature is between 15-25 degrees Celsius. It may be due to lack of light and need to be placed in the sun.

1. Propagation Mode

1. Propagation of the lateral bulb: a small bulb will grow beside the two sides of the daffodil bulb, which is the lateral bulb.Generally, it may break away from the sphere by itself in autumn.Aft that side balls are separate, potting soil can be prepared and prepared, then the side ball are transplanted and planted, and the maintenance management is well done in the later period.

2. Double scale propagation: This propagation method does not limit the time too much, and it is best to select from April to September.This method of reproduction is more complicated, requiring the bulb to be stored at 4-10 degrees Celsius for about 4-8 hours, and the upper end of the lower scale to be removed.The vermiculite and water are put into a plastic bag, then the scales are put into the plastic bag, the plastic bag is sealed and placed in a dark place, the temperature is kept at about 20-28 deg C, and small bulbs can grow after 2-3 months.

3. Propagation of lateral buds: white buds are selected from the broken scales, seedbeds are prepared, and sowing and planting are carried out in autumn.

4. Tissue culture: This method is not suitable for home propagation, and culture medium is needed to cultivate corms.

2. Which method is more commonly used

In the home quite commonly used is the side ball reproduction method, the survival rate is also quite high, if operates properly, the survival rate can achieve 100%.The survival rate of lateral bud propagation is also very high, but it is seldom used.


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