Written by Maggie
Jan 05 2021
Living Stone is a world-famous small succulent plant. When it blossoms in spring and autumn, the flowers, white or yellow or pink, will cover the whole plant, which is very interesting. How to care for Living Stone when we grow it? Below are details of how to care for Living Stone if its root rot or it becomes soft.
If the Living Stone is not properly fertilized with water or the soil is not suitable, the roots will fester. There will be soft leaves, yellow and other phenomena. First, the rotten roots need to be cut off, and then the soil potted. When the Living Stone gradually recovers, water and fertilize it appropriately. If the roots rot because of disease or insect infestation, spray the Living Stone with the corresponding insecticide. The following are details of how to care for Living Stone root rot.
Improper water and fertilizer, soil discomfort, and the harm of diseases and insects will make the roots of the Living Stone festering. It will become soft and yellow, etc. First, the Living Stone should be taken out of the pot and soil. Then, all the rotten roots should be cut off. After the root wounds are healed, the rot will be more serious.
It is necessary to mix materials such as leaf rot soil, pine needles, pastoral soil and perlite, and add ashes and other materials in an appropriate amount to increase the fertility of the soil. The treated Living Stone should be re-planted in the soil, and the Living Stone should be potted into the soil, so that the Living Stone can gradually recover its vitality.
If the Living Stone is re-planted in the soil, do not immediately water and fertilize it. Instead, wait for the Living Stone to come back to life gradually, transfer it to the mild sunshine, and water, fertilize and breed it appropriately, so that the Living Stone can recover life more quickly.
If the Living Stone is damaged by diseases and insects, it is not only necessary to cut off the rotten roots, replace the soil and strengthen management, but also to maintain the ventilation of the environment and dispose of the diseased parts. It is also necessary to spray corresponding chemicals to the Living Stone to prevent it from being damaged by diseases and insects again.
When the Living Stone suddenly becomes soft, it may be caused by natural peeling, so it should be placed in the sun to breed and keep the soil slightly wet. If the Living Stone is exposed to strong sunlight and burned, it will also become soft, so it needs to be shaded and properly watered. If the Living Stone is watered too much, the rotten roots should be cut off and the soil should be replaced. The following are details of how to care for Living Stone becoming soft.
If we find that the Living Stone suddenly becomes soft, it may be caused by natural peeling. At this time, we can transfer the Living Stone to the astigmatism environment. Do not water the Living Stone a lot, but just keep the soil slightly wet, so that the Living Stone can peel and restore the vitality more quickly.
The Living Stone is a plant that loves the sun. However, if the sun is too strong, the Living Stone will be burnt by the sun. This is one of the reasons why the Living Stone will become soft. Place it in a light place, and in summer, apply shade management.
If we accidentally water the Living Stone too much, the root will rot, which will make the Living Stone soft. The rotten root will need to be cut off, and the Living Stone will need to be replaced with new soil, which will be farmed under astigmatism, so that the Living Stone can wait for relief.
Although Living Stone does not have a high demand for nutrients, if it is not provided for a long time, it will suffer from malnutrition and become soft, etc. It is suggested to apply the proper amount of fertilizer to Living Stone to restore its health. In the process of growing, it is necessary to apply fertilizer to Living Stone every other month.