Breeding methods: Soil, mixed centered soil, corrupt leaves, and perlite can be made into cultivation matrix; light can be placed in a soft environment for light, giving 6 to 10 hours of light; water and fertilizer; water and fertilizer It is found that the soil needs to be watered and moisturized in time, and the diluted liquid fertilizer is applied every 20 days to supplement nutrition. Note: Pay attention not to sprinkle the water at the core of each watering to avoid rotting and black.
Multi -meat purple pearl breeding method
1. Potting soil conditions
When breeding succulent purple pearls, It is necessary to ensure that the soil is in a relatively moist state. When equipped with soil, the corn, rotten soil, and perlite can be made into a cultivated substrate. Before the basin, it is necessary to lay a layer of crushed stones at the bottom of the flower pot. Lay a layer of river sand on the surface of the soil to improve the permeability of potting soil.
2, sufficient light
The fleshy purple pearl has a greater demand for light during the growth period, and it can be placed in daily life. Maintenance in a soft environment, given 6 to 10 hours a day to make the leaves more fat and brighter. Note that when the light is too strong in summer, the purple pearl needs to be transferred to the cool place to avoid strong light burning leaves.
3. Water and fertilizer management
During the growth period of succulent purple pearls Ensure that the water is sufficient, it is found that the soil needs to be poured through water. When the air is relatively dry, it is often necessary to spray water and moisturize on the leaves. During the growth of succulent purple pearls, thin organic fertilizers need to be applied every 20 days to supplement nutrition.
Precautions for breeding succulent purple pearls
Polypilled purple pearls are suitable for loose and breathable soil. A pot to avoid the condition of the soil. Do not sprinkle the water at the core when watering, otherwise the leaf core will rot and blackened. In summer, the succulent purple pearl grows slowly, and fertilization needs to be stopped to avoid fertilizer.