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The reason and treatment of the yellow leaves of the Ardisia crenata

Saul Goodman
2020-04-02 17:37:29
The yellow leaves of Ardisia crenata may be caused by the low temperature of the curing environment. At this time, it should be moved to a warm room for maintenance. It may also be caused by too strong light in the maintenance environment. At this time, it is necessary to change it to a cool and ventilated place and maintain it slowly. It can also be caused by over watering. At this time, it is necessary to dig it out of the original basin soil and cut off the roots and leaves with growth problems. Then replant it with new soil with good drainage capacity.

I. the temperature is too low.

1. Reason: rich and precious seed is a kind of plant native to subtropical region, which likes warm climate. If the temperature of the place where it is raised is too low, and it is lower than 5 ℃ for a long time, it will not grow normally, resulting in yellow leaves.

2. Treatment method: first transfer it to a relatively warm place indoors. Then cut off all the yellow leaves on the plant, give it some light, and wait for it to recover.

2. The light is too strong.

1. Reason: it likes to grow in a cool and ventilated place, and does not like strong sunlight. If the place where it is raised has strong sunlight, it may burn its leaves and make them yellow.

2. Treatment method: at this time, it is necessary to directly cut off the yellow leaves. Then put it in a cool and airy place, and cure it slowly. Soon it will grow new green leaves.

Over watering

1. Reason: it likes wet growth environment, but it can't grow normally in the soil with ponding for a long time. Because water will make its roots rot, affect its normal growth, leading to its yellow leaves.

2. Treatment method: take it out of the flower soil, cut off the yellow leaves and rotten roots with scissors. Then replant it with new soil with good drainage capacity.

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