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Asian Virginsbower care guides

Written by Maggie

Jan 19 2021

Asian Virginsbower care guides

Asian Virginsbower  is an aesthetically pleasing plant that produces beautiful purple flowers. Many people want to grow Asian Virginsbower. How to care for Asian Virginsbower leaves having black spots or new buds wilting? Let's see the Asian Virginsbower care guides.

Asian Virginsbower care

Asian Virginsbower care for leaves having black spots 

The small black spots on the leaves of Asian virginsbower may be Fusarium wilt. After asian virginsbower leaves are infected with Fusarium wilt, the diseased branches and diseased leaves of asian virginsbower should be cut off in time. After pruning, Asian virginsbower can be sprayed with carbendazim, chlorothalonil or methyl tobuzine to remove the disease. Asian virginsbower sprayed once every 7 to 10 days and continuously sprayed for 3 to 4 times can alleviate the disease. The following are details of Asian Virginsbower care for leaves having black spots.

When we care for Asian Virginsbower, if black spots are found on the leaves, Asian Virginsbower may be suffering from Fusaria wilt. Fusarium wilt is a common disease in Asian virginsbower. In the early stage, there will be a small number of spots on the leaves. If not treated in time, the spots will expand in the later stage.The leaves of Asian virginsbower will dry up, atrophy and fall off at the later stage, and the branches will atrophy.

After Asian virginsbower leaves are infected with Fusaria wilt, the diseased branches and diseased leaves of Asian virginsbower should be cut off in time and burned to cut off the source of infection. After cutting off the diseased branches and leaves, Asian Virginsbower can be sprayed with carbendazim, chlorothalonil or methyl tobutin and other bactericidal agents for disease control. The agents can be used alternately to achieve better disease control effects.

The drug should be used in moderation, and Asian Virginsbower could easily be harmed by overuse. Dilute the agent with water and carefully spray the Asian Virginsbower stems, leaves and potted soil. Drugs can not be stopped midway. Generally, Asian virginsbower can be sprayed once in 7-10 days. After continuous spraying for 3-4 times, Asian virginsbower can effectively suppress the wilt disease, and can recover in the later stage.

After Asian Virginsbower is restored, it needs to strengthen management. When we care for Asian Virginsbower indoors, it needs to open windows frequently to maintain indoor air circulation. Appropriate watering and fertilization during maintenance can enhance the resistance of Asian virginsbower to disease. In order to avoid the Asian virginsbower being invaded by diseases and insects, the Asian virginsbower can be sprayed with bactericidal agents regularly, once every 20 to 30 days.

Asian Virginsbower care

Asian Virginsbower care for new buds wilting

The wilt of new buds of Asian virginsbower is mainly caused by improper conservation. If it is caused by insufficient water, water should be added to Asian virginsbower timely. If the root system is damaged, it is necessary to control water and fertilizer during maintenance. If the light is too strong, Asian Virginsbower should be moved to a cool and well-ventilated place for maintenance. If the fertilizer is caused by too much watering, it can dilute fertility. The following are details of Asian Virginsbower care for new buds wilting.

1. Rehydrate

Asian virginsbower is a vine of the genus Asian Virginsbower in Ranunculaceae. The new buds will wither when there is insufficient water. Asian virginsbower is deficient in water. After the new buds wither, they need to pick off the withered buds and replenish water for Asian virginsbower. Asian Virginsbower is very sensitive to water. Water should be watered appropriately and the soil should be kept moist to avoid water accumulation and damage the roots of Asian Virginsbower.

2. Roots are damaged

Asian virginsbower likes moisture and is afraid of waterlogging. If watered too much, Asian virginsbower will rot its roots. If it moves too much during potting or transplantation, Asian virginsbower's roots will be damaged. After the root system is injured, the absorptive capacity is reduced, and the new buds of Asian virginsbower wither. After the root system of Asian virginsbower is damaged, it needs to control water and fertilizer, and keep it in a well-ventilated place for a period of time.

3. Light care

Asian virginsbower is not tolerant of strong light. During its growth, Asian virginsbower will be sunburned and its leaf buds will wither under the hot sun if the light is too strong. When the Asian virginsbower is irradiated by strong light, it is necessary to pick off the withered leaf buds, and then move the Asian virginsbower to a well-ventilated indoor location for conservation. When we care for Asian Virginsbower, proper watering is needed to facilitate the recovery of Asian Virginsbower.

4. Fertilizing care

Asian virginsbower needs sufficient fertilizer and nutrients to facilitate the growth of leaf buds during its growth period, but proper fertilization is needed. Asian virginsbower has poor growth of leaf buds and wilt or rot in the presence of more fertilizer. If the fertilizer is too much, the leaf buds of Asian Virginsbower will wither. Water Asian Virginsbower should be watered to dilute the fertility.

Asian Virginsbower care