Suitable soil, when breeding bacon trees, can be mixed with garden soil and red soil into a cultivated substrate; light conditions need to be placed in an environment with strong ventilation and breathability and sufficient light. Yin -covered measures; watering methods need to reduce the amount of watering appropriately to ensure that the pot soil is in a slightly dry state; fertilization method, a thin liquid fertilizer should be applied 1 to two times a month to supplement nutrition.
1. Suitable soil
Single tree trees are suitable for growing in soil with loose and fertile and strong drainage performance. The soil and red soil are mixed with the proportion of 3: 2 to make the cultivation matrix, and mixed with a sufficient amount of bone powder and organic fertilizer to enhance the fertility of the soil and make the branches of the bachelor grow more fat.
2. Light conditions
Single tree tree is suitable for growing in environment with sufficient light. It is necessary to place it in daily ventilation and breathable Maintenance in sufficient environments gives all -weather light. When the light is too strong in summer, a layer of shading net needs to be built above, weakening the intensity of light, and avoiding the dying death of the night disk.
3. Watering method
Singles tree has strong drought tolerance, not waterlogging, and can be appropriately reduced when watering. Ensure that the soil is in a slightly dry state. Watering needs to be stopped in rainy weather to discharge the stagnant water generated in the soil in time. After the potting soil is found, the water is slowly poured along the edge of the flower pot.
4. Fertilization method
Singles tree has a strong barren resistance, and the nutrient demand for nutrients during growth is small, but in order to make plants grow More vigorous, during the growth period, it needs to be applied to the diluted liquid fertilizer 1 to 2 times a month. During fertilization, fertilizer is also needed to avoid splitting on the leaves to prevent rot and yellowing of the branches and leaves.