Do not water the succulents just planted. At this time, if the instructor is moisture, the root must be long. After the planting, the seedlings should be placed in a cool environment. In the later period of management, water should be poured twice a week in spring and autumn. The water evaporates quickly in summer. It is found that the soil needs to be watered and moisturized in time after drying the soil. Water can be poured every 7 to 10 days in winter.
Do not water the succulents just planted
Do not water the succulents just planted, because the succulent roots of the just planted have not grown, and water is moisture. The absorption ability is poor, and under the stimulation of water, the fleshy roots must have a long condition, which is not conducive to the growth and development of the plant. When the situation is severe, the root system will still rot.
After the succulent planting is completed, it needs to be placed in a ventilated and cool environment for slow seedlings. Pot soil is in a slightly moist growth state, so thatcan adapt to the surrounding governor's environment as soon as possible and restore growth.
After the fleshy flesh enters normal, the frequency of watering needs to be adjusted according to the changes in the season. In the strong growth period in the spring and autumn season, the demand for water is greater. During this period, water should be poured twice a week, so that the soil is in a slightly moist state. Note that watering should not be too much to prevent the soil from producing water.
In the high temperature environment in summer, the water evaporates rapidly. After the soil is found, it is necessary to water and moisturize in time to prevent the fleshy of water dehydration and dryness. When the air is relatively dry, it is necessary to spray water around the leaves and pots often to cool down and moisturize. In the low temperature environment in winter, the succulent will enter a short dormant period, which can be poured every 7 to 10 days to make the soil in a dry state.