Causes and treatment of yellow leaves of Antirrhinum majus

Lydia Rodarte-Quayle
2020-11-16 11:23:35
Ficus pandurata cutting should be carried out in warm climate, and the temperature should be controlled between 25-30 C. Cut semi-lignified branches as cuttings, cut into several sections, each with 3-4 stem nodes, while retaining leaves. After the bottom is stained with plant ash, it is inserted into river sand or perlite. After cutting, water properly, put it in a semi-shady environment, pay attention to avoiding light, and it will germinate after taking pots.

1. Water deficiency

1. Reason: Antirrhinum is very sensitive to water, its potting soil must be kept moist, and it must be fully watered when potting seedlings, too little water will cause the leaves to turn yellow.

2. Treatment: The plants need to be watered immediately, and the soil needs to be kept moist at all times, not too dry.However, do not produce water, damage the root system, otherwise it will lead to yellowing leaves.

2. Temperature is too high

1. Reason: Antirrhinum is more cold-resistant, lack of high temperature, high temperature will have a negative impact on its growth, if the temperature is higher than 15 degrees will make the plant grow slowly, leaves yellow.

2. Treatment: It should be transferred to a cool shaded place for maintenance, let it recover slowly.In the later stage, the temperature of plant growth should be controlled at about 7-15 degrees, which is conducive to the growth of plants.

Antirrhinum majus

3. Excessive nitrogen fertilizer

1. Reason: Antirrhinum itself has rhizobium, also has the role of nitrogen fixation, so in general is not the application of nitrogen fertilizer, if the application of nitrogen fertilizer too much, but will burn the root system, resulting in yellow leaves.

2. The treatment method is as follows: phosphate fertilizer and potash fertilizer are mainly used during fertilization, and the amount of nitrogen fertilizer is reduced.

Antirrhinum majus

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