Soil conditions, when breeding black mage succulents, can make rotten soil, garden soil, and vermiculite mixing into a cultivated substrate; watering method, water watering method should be adopted. Watering and moisturizing; fertilization methods, thin fat cake water can be applied once a week to supplement nutrition; light can give 5 hours a day of light, and the strong light needs to be covered in summer
1. Soil conditions
When breeding black mage succulent, first choose the right soil. Black mage succulent is suitable for loose and breathable soils with strong breathability and drainage. It can make rotten soil, garden soil, and vermiculite mixing into cultivation matrix, and mixed with an appropriate amount of rotten organic fertilizer to enhance the fertilizer of the soil. During the later period of maintenance, it is necessary to change the pot every 1 to 2 years to avoid the condition of the soil.
2. Water management
The black mage has certain drought tolerance, and the amount of watering needs to be reduced during the growth process of the black mage. Watering needs to adopt the method of \u0026 ldquo; see dry and wet \u0026 rdquo;. After the soil is dry and white, spray water and moisturize appropriately. If too much watering, it will cause the pot water to produce water, causing the black mage's roots to rot.
3. Fertilization method
If you want to grow more vigorously, you need to ensure that nutrients are sufficient. When fertilizing the black mage, you need to adopt the method of \u0026 ldquo; thin fertilizer \u0026 rdquo; During the growth of the black mage, you can apply fertilizer once a week to apply thin fat cake water. The mage can give better absorption of fertilizer. When the temperature is low in winter, fertilization is needed to avoid fertilizer.
4. Moisturizing of light
In order to make the blade of the black mage more thick and ornamental, the black mage needs to be placed in a bright place for maintenance. Give 5 hours of light. When the light is too strong in summer, it is necessary to take shading measures to avoid direct light.