In the spring and autumn seasons, the orchids in the spring and autumn are growing in a strong period of growth, and water must be poured once every 1 to 2 days; watering in summer, the speed of water evaporation in summer, water once in the morning and evening; The growth rate of orchids is significantly slowed, and water can be poured every one week. Note: Dry the water in advance before watering in winter, and then water the mild water temperature before pouring.
1. Spring and Autumn Season
Orchids are growing in a strong growth period every spring and autumn. Pour water every 1 to 2 days to make the soil in a state of moist and wet. Do not produce stagnant water. Otherwise, it will cause the orchid root system to rot and black, affecting the normal growth of orchids.
2. Watering in summer
In the high temperature environment in summer, the water evaporates is fast. During this period Water in the morning and evening, when the temperature is high at noon, you can use the watering pot to spray water around the leaves to cool down. You can also clean the dust produced by the leaves, so that the orchid leaves are always in the growth state of oil green.
3, watering in winter
In the low temperature environment in winter, the physiological activities of orchids have obviously weakened and even stopped growing. The demand will also decrease. During this period, the amount of watering needs to be greatly reduced. Generally, water can be poured every one week to meet the growth needs of orchids. In addition, the windows can be opened appropriately after each watering, so that the water can evaporate as soon as possible.
Before watering for orchids in winter, dry the water for a period of time in advance, and wait for the mild water temperature to keep the temperature in the same temperature before the same temperature before the same temperature. Perform watering. Each watering needs to be slowly poured into the water along the edge of the flower pot. After it is found that water flows from the bottom of the basin, you can stop the watering. To avoid stagnant water from the soil, the orchid root system is rotten and black.