After the meat can be planted 1 day after the delivery, after removing the flesh, the root must be put into the bacterial solution to disinfect it first. Mix peat soil, vermiculite, and perlite into a cultivation substrate. After the pot is put on the pot, it is necessary to place it in a cool environment for maintenance. After 2 to 3 days, you can pour the appropriate amount of water. After the growth is restored, the diluted liquid fertilizer can be applied every 10 to 15 days to supplement nutrition.
One day after the meat arrives, it can be planted for 1 day
After the fleshy arrives, it can be planted 1 day after the cargo. After the succulent is taken out of the package, you need Put the roots in a multi -bacterial solution and soak and disinfect it. After the root system is dry, the pot can be pelpped for 1 day. The volume of the flower pot can be selected according to the size of the plant. Suitable for loose and breathable soil is suitable for loose and breathable and drainage. When equipped with soil, peat soil, vermiculite, and perlite can be made into cultivation matrix.
After the pot is completed A layer of vermiculite is laid on the surface to increase the overall ornamental. It can also prevent the plants from inverted to maintain the normal growth of the plant.
The fleshy pelvis can be properly watered after 2 to 3 days. It should not be watered immediately when it was put on the pot. The rear root system cannot absorb water normally, but it will cause waterlogging, so that the root system will rot. When watering, pour in along the edge of the pot. Do not pour the water to the leaf core to avoid rotten.
The fleshy demand for nutrients during the growth period is greater. When fertilizing, you can choose compound fertilizer or special fertilizer. When the growth period is strong, it can be applied every 10 to 15 days. once. Fertilization is needed during dormancy, and slow release fertilizers need to be applied after the pot is completed. Note that the fertilizer should be diluted before fertilization to avoid fertilizer.