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Causes of leaf yellowing and treatment of Cyclamen persicum Mill

Written by Maggie

Dec 10 2020

Causes of leaf yellowing and treatment of Cyclamen persicum Mill

The leaves of Cyclamen Persicum Mill are yellow. If the soil is too sticky, loose soil should be used instead. If the root system is badly damaged, it needs to be pruned and disinfected before being replanted. In case of insufficient water and fertilizer, it is necessary to give Cyclamen Persicum Mill water or fertilizer in time to supplement water and fertilizer. If the light is too strong, the need to move it to a cool ventilation place for curing.

Cyclamen Persicum Mill

Cyclamen Persicum Mill leaves yellow causes 

Cyclamen Persicum Mill leaves appear yellow during curing, which may be due to poor soil permeability, damaged root systems, insufficient water and fertilizer, and too much light.

Cyclamen Persicum Mill

Cyclamen Persicum Mill leaves yellow solution 

During the growth period, if the soil is more viscous, it is necessary to promptly give cyclamen persicum mill to loose soil. If the soil alkalization agglomerate, the need to pour its ferrous sulfate solution, can enhance the acidity of the soil, the regulation of the soil.
During curing, if you water too much, the Cyclamen Persicum Mill root system will rot and the soil will need to be loosened, drained, or replaced for replanting. If too much fertilizer is needed, water the Cyclamen persicum Mill in time to dilute the fertilizer. If the rot is severe, the root system should be pruned for disinfection treatment.
During curing, if insufficient water and fertilizer causes the leaves of Cyclamen Persicum Mill to turn yellow, it is necessary to timely water or fertilize Cyclamen Persicum Mill to provide sufficient nutrients for its growth. In the later stage of curing, it is necessary to adjust the way of watering and the amount of fertilizer applied to properly preserve Cyclamen Persicum Mill.
Cyclamen Persicum Mill is not resistant to strong light, and shading should be done during curing. If the light is too strong, Cyclamen Persicum Mill will get sunburned, and the sunburned leaves need to be cut. After pruning, place the Cyclamen Persicum Mill in a cool and ventilated place for curing. Proper watering will facilitate the recovery of Cyclamen Persicum Mill.
Cyclamen Persicum Mill