Written by Maggie
Dec 23 2020
Guiana Chestnut, also commonly referred to as the Money Tree, is a species of tree native to Central and South America that has become an attractive houseplant thanks to its hardy nature. Guiana Chestnut is very popular growing in the pot. How to care for Guiana Chestnut root rot or leaf yellowing? Here are some caring tips for growing Guiana Chestnut.
After the Guiana Chestnut roots have rotted, disinfect the tool with alcohol before pruning. After pruning, plants can be placed in carbendazim or potassium permanganate solution soaked for disinfection and sterilization.After soaking and drying, the plant can be transplanted to new soil with good ventilation and drainage, and then cured in a warm and ventilated environment.
Guiana Chestnut is a common ornamental flower. If overwatered or fertilized during maintenance, the root system of the plant will decay and the growth of the plant will be affected. If the root system of the Guiana Chestnut is damaged, it is necessary to remove the plants from the pot in time to trim the rotten roots. After trimming, appropriate amounts of alcohol can be used to disinfect the tool to avoid infection of bacteria in the wound.
The roots of the Guiana Chestnut are putrefied and after being trimmed, they can be disinfected with carbendazim or potassium permanganate solution. After the disinfection solution is diluted with water, the roots of the plants can be soaked in the solution for 15-25 minutes. After soaking, the plant can be dried in a cool, airy place. After the wound has healed, the plant can be transplanted to soft soil.
Before the transfer planting, you can choose fertile, loose, breathable and drainage of good sandy loam for planting and breeding. Soil needs to be disinfected in advance. After disinfection, a proper amount of root powder can be added to the soil in the basin to help the plant grow new roots. Spray the soil with water and keep it wet. Transfer the dried Guiana Chestnut into the pot soil.
After moving the Guiana Chestnut into the new pot, the plants should be maintained in a warm and ventilated environment. The roots of the plants should be damaged. To adapt to the new soil, the plants should be controlled with water and kept away from the light. After the plant recovers in the later stage, the plant can be placed in a position with sufficient light, and proper watering and fertilization can provide nutrients for the plant, which is conducive to the growth of branches and leaves.
The Guiana Chestnut leaves are yellowed because of the light, the heavy fertilizer or the improper watering. If you water too much, you should loosen the soil for ventilation, or even replace the soil in the basin. If water is too little, increase the number of times. Guiana Chestnut shouldn't be burnt in the sunshine. It should be Guiana Chestnut made in the half shade. In terms of temperature control, Guiana Chestnut is suitable for growing in an environment above 10 degrees Celsius. In winter, it should be moved to a warm room for cultivation.
The Guiana Chestnut leaves should not be kept in the sunlight for long periods of time. This will cause the leaves to be burnt and yellow. You can't stay in the shade all the time, and a long absence of sunlight is bad for plants to grow. It is best to place the plant in a semi-shade where astigmatism can be received.
2. Watering: If too much watering leads to ponding, the plants will be stunted. In this case, lose the soil to ventilate the plants. If the water is too little, it is necessary to appropriately increase the number of times to keep the soil moist.
3. Fertilization: Too much and too thick fertilizer will make the plant unable to absorb it, resulting in root burns and yellowing of the leaves. So pay attention to the proportion of fertilizer control.
The best temperature for the Guiana Chestnut tree is over 10 ℃. If it is winter, the temperature should be lower. Please put the plants into a warmer room so that they can grow healthily.