How does tielan breed?

Gustavo Fring
2020-07-28 11:10:58
The flower shape of Cymbidium is peculiar, and it is loved by many people. Recently, a friend asked Xiaobian how to breed more Cymbidium? There are three methods of propagation: sowing propagation, branch propagation and Cuttage Propagation. Let's talk about three ways of Cymbidium breeding.

Sow and multiply

The seeds of Cymbidium are usually obtained by artificial pollination. When the seeds are obtained, they need to be sown immediately. The sown soil can be mixed with peat soil + perlite + river sand. Before sowing, it needs to disinfect the soil first, then evenly spread the seeds on the soil, and then cover them with plastic film, without covering the soil. The optimum temperature for germination is 24 ℃ to 26 ℃, and the seedlings can emerge in one to two weeks. When the seedlings produce 3 to 4 leaves, they can be transplanted to other flowerpots.

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Ramet propagation

The best time to divide plants is from April to June. When observing the growth of 3 to 5 leaves and the height of 10 cm, first pull out the whole plant from the basin, clean up the soil, then break off the buds. After breaking off, first disinfect the wounds and dry them in the natural sun. Finally, insert them into the appropriate soil. At this time, ensure the moisture of the soil and air, and don't let the sun directly dry them. Wait until 1 To 2 months later, the new roots grow out, you can maintain in accordance with the normal way.

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Cuttage Propagation

Cuttage Propagation is also a common way of propagation for flower friends. When tiller buds of tielan grow to 10 cm high and produce 3 to 5 leaves, they can be cut directly. The wound should be disinfected and dried, then inserted into coarse sand or perlite. As after splitting, the soil and air should be kept at a proper humidity, and the sun should not be allowed to directly shine. After 1 to 2 months, new roots should be planted. Grow out of the system, you can maintain in accordance with the normal way of maintenance; the selection of tiller buds is very important, not too big, not too small

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