The succulent winter can be changed, but it needs to be performed indoors to improve the survival rate of pots. Watering needs to be stopped 2 to 3 days before the pot is changed. Before changing the basin, remove the flesh from the original pot soil, clean up the soil attached to the root system, trim the root system and disinfect before planting. After the pot is changed, the flower pots need to be placed in an environment with strong air flow, so that plants can adapt to the environment as soon as possible.
You can change the pot and soil in the fleshy winter
The succulent winter can be changed to the pot and the soil, but it needs to be operated indoors. After changing the pot, the succulent survival rate is low, and 3 to 5 days before the pot is changed, watering needs to be stopped to make the soil in a slightly dry state, so that the pot soil and plant can better separate.
Winter succulent basin method
Before changing the basin, you need to remove the succulent from the original pot soil, clean the soil attached to the root system, use disinfection after disinfection The sharp scissors, trim the old roots, the root cause, and then place it in the diluted polymorrhrophic solution for sterilization and disinfection. After removing and drying, you can directly transplant it into the new pot soil. Mix peat soil, coarse sand, and granular soil into new cultivation substrates.
After the succulent is changed, there is no need to water the water, and the plants need to be placed in an environment with strong air flow. Generally, normal maintenance can be performed after 2 to 3 weeks. After the soil is found to be dry in the later period, it is necessary to water and moisturize in time, and give glory all weather.
Note that the indoor environment in winter is too dry and the air flow is poor, which will lead to a large amount of bacteria breeding. Therefore, when maintaining succulents in winter, it is necessary to open windows and ventilation when the weather is clear to ensure the circulation of indoor and outdoor air, which can reduce the chance of diseases and make plants grow more robust.