Written by Joy
Dec 11 2020
How often do you water vegetable gardens in summer? In summer, generally, you'd better water before 10 o'clock in the morning in summer. If the temperature is too high at noon, the temperature difference between the temperature and the water temperature is too great to cause damage to the roots of the flowers. It is also possible after 4 o'clock in the afternoon, but the best morning is best for florists.
As for the number of days and the amount of watering, it depends on what kind of plant you are raising. Because of the different habits of plants, there are some that like humidity and shade, and some are not suitable for watering too much. You can enter the information of the plants on the Internet, and you can usually find a more detailed introduction, so you can avoid many problems.
Mastering the watering time is a very critical issue. There is no quick way to master it except patient observation and daily accumulation of experience. Orchid watering cannot specify when to water, you should seize the best time to water. What is the best time to water, that is, when the basin is dry but not dry. The ancients had a good experience of watering that Orchids like moisturizing but fear dampness, and like dryness but fear dryness. It is very logical. Orchids cannot be too dry or too wet. If the soil is dry, there is excessive lack of water, which will frustrate orchid growth; wet means too much water, which will suffocate and rot the orchid roots. Dry and moist means moderate moisture, it's Orchid's favorite state. For Chunlan and Cymbidium, there is a summary of the experience of not dry in autumn and not wet in winter.
Watering frequency, generally orchids are watered once every 2-3 days or a small amount once a day from March to April; watering once a day from May to June and watering fully in the evening from July to September 1 is suitable. Watering once a day from October to November and watering once every 4 to 5 days from December to March is good for your plants. In winter, if you need to pour a large amount of water at a time, you can do it on a cloudy or rainy day to prevent freezing damage; because it will freeze into ice if it is not watered on a cloudy or rainy day. This is the watering rule in the Yangtze River Basin. However, there are different watering habits in different regions. For example, in the Lizhu flower garden in Shaoxing, Zhejiang, according to the master, they only watered it three times a year. In Beijing, if the heating in winter makes the air too dry, it is necessary to water or water less almost every day. Watering time is best around sunset in summer and autumn, so that the leaves can be dry before night; in winter and spring, it is best around sunrise. The orchid pot should be avoided under the sun and irrigated with cold water suddenly; the sudden drop in temperature of the pot soil will affect the root water absorption and disturb the physiological balance.
In the summer, there is a thunderstorm, and when the weather is sultry, the potting soil must be irrigated with clean water after the rain to remove the residual heat, otherwise it will easily damage the orchid and even die.
Lilac is very drought-tolerant, so you don't need to water it often. It's about watering once every 10 days. Do succulents dormant in summer? How many days should it be watered, watering is watering thoroughly? Except for prickly pear and palm varieties, succulents are basically winter-type plants, that is, dormant in summer. Because of dormancy, plants rarely need water, and roots are easy to rot if there is more water.
The difference between dry and watering is that it is watered immediately after the autumn is dry, and the time of watering is not particular. In summer, it is poured a little after a few days of drying, and it must be poured at night after the temperature drops. Otherwise, the roots will be rotten.
The most suitable time for watering in summer is when the plants are not heated before or after sunrise. That is, it is best to water the flowers in the morning. If you water in the afternoon, you should do it after sunset or one hour after no direct sunlight. You'd better avoid watering in the hot noon. Because, under the scorching sun, the soil temperature is high and the amount of evaporation is large. The roots must work normally to supply sufficient water to the plants. If cold water is used to water the flowers, the temperature of the roots and soil will decrease, root activity will weaken, and water absorption will slow down. If your supply exceeds demand, "physiological drought" occurs, and upper leaves wilt or scorch.
Therefore, when water must be watered in hot weather, the water must be put in the pool or tank first to prevent the water temperature from being too low before watering.
The amount of water used for watering flowers, under normal circumstances, should master the principle of seeing dry and seeing wet, that is, you'd better not dry or pour, and pour thoroughly. However, the amount of water to be watered depends on the type, habit, growth stage, and soil of the flowers. For flowers that originate in humid areas, such as palm bamboo, mast, palm, rhododendron, etc., you'd better water more appropriately; while cactus, sedum, and some flowers with fleshy roots, water less and better dry and not wet; drought-tolerant flowers, such as osmanthus, pomegranate, five-color plum, etc., should be more dry and less damp. Flowers that like soil moist, such as calla lily, monstera, etc., should be not dry. Neutral flowers, such as Chinese rose, Bailan, and mirabelle, should be dried between wet and dry. The amount of watering for herbal flowers is more than that for woody flowers; dormant or semi-dormant flowers, such as cyclamen, fuchsia, geranium, begonia, etc., should be watered less or stopped to keep the pots slightly moist. Fruit flowers, such as pomegranate, fragrant round, etc. should not be watered too much when they bloom or bear fruit, otherwise the flowers and fruits will fall.
In addition, the summer is hot and rainy. Some potted flowers and trees should be irrigated with cold water after a rainstorm, so that the temperature of the surface soil and air can be adjusted to reduce the adverse effects of heat and humidity on the flowers. If the flowers wilt due to extreme water shortage, they should be placed In a cool and humid place, first water a small amount of water, and then you can gradually increase the amount of water to make it recover slowly. Beginners had better not water a lot at the beginning, otherwise it will seriously fall leaves, flowers, and even cause death.