Yushu cannot be kept in the bedroom. The leaves of the jade trees contain a large amount of toxins. If you accidentally touch it, it will cause itching and swelling of the skin. Therefore, you need to place it out of the outdoor and stay away from the position of the elderly and children. When breeding Yushu, you can mix the rotten soil, river sand, and rotten leaf soil into a cultivation matrix. It is necessary to place Yushu in a balcony with sufficient glory to make the leaves more shiny.
Yushu cannot be kept in the bedroom
Yushu cannot be kept in the bedroom, because the jade tree contains a lot of toxins, stems and leaves and leaves. It has great irritation, and symptoms such as itching redness and swelling will occur when they are exposed to the skin. Therefore, it is necessary to place Yushu in a place where the elderly and children cannot touch them for maintenance. When trimming, protective measures are required to avoid the juice.
The method of breeding Yushu in the indoor
Yushu is suitable for the soil with a loose and fertile and strong drainage performance. River sand soil and rotten leaf soil are mixed with a ratio of 2: 3: 5 to make the substrate of cultivation, and mixed with an appropriate amount of bone meal to enhance the fertility of the soil. In addition, the soil is loosen every three months to avoid the condition of the soil.
Yushu is suitable for growing in a moist environment but not resistant to waterlogging. Too much watering will cause poor growth. Therefore, during the growth of Yushu, water can be poured every one week to ensure that the pot soil is in a slightly moist state. In addition, it is necessary to apply 2 to 3 diluted nitrogen fertilizers to promote the growth of branches and leaves.
Yushu's demand for light during the growth period is large, and it is necessary to place it in a daily environment with sufficient astigmatism. compact. In addition, it needs to be rotated every half a month to allow Yushu to accept uniform light.