Written by Maggie
Jan 05 2021
The most beautiful pose of the Magnolia Alba is when it is in bud. When I was a child, I used to pin a Magnolia Alba on my chest. It has a special aroma, very attractive. How to care for Magnolia Alba? Let's learn together.
Magnolia Alba leaves have dark patches, possibly from melanosis, and can be sprayed directly onto the leaves with a diluted solution of ferrous sulphate. If you have anthrax, you can spray a diluted solution of anthrax fumie on the leaf surface. At ordinary times, it is necessary to avoid the occurrence of water in Magnolia Alba, which may easily lead to root rot, keep the suitable temperature and light for growth, and increase the temperature in winter. The following are details of how to care for Magnolia Alba leaves having dark patches.
If Magnolia Alba is infected with xanthosis, the buds at the top of the branch become yellow and lose vigor, causing the veins of the leaves to turn yellow and black over time and eventually fall off. A small particle of ferrous sulphate can be embedded directly in the soil beneath the magnolia and wrapped in plastic film, or a diluted solution of ferrous sulphate can be sprayed onto the diseased leaf and repeated over several cycles to improve.
If Magnolia Alba is infected with anthrax, discolored spots appear on the surface of the leaf, which gradually expand, causing the edges to become charred and the leaf to turn black and fall off. Anthrax funime can be diluted with water in proportion and directly sprayed on the leaf surface, which can improve the situation very well.
If you water Magnolia Alba too much at ordinary times, there will be waterlogging. Plus indoor air circulation, it is easy to cause the rotten root breeding of Magnolia Alba. The leaf surface will be yellow with black spots. When Magnolia Alba grows new buds in the spring, all its leaves can be removed, preventing the growth of germs and reducing nutrient consumption.
Magnolia Alba likes plenty of sunlight, but to avoid intense sunlight, pay attention to warming in winter to protect, you can choose a slightly acidic soil. Magnolia Alba prefers a warm and humid environment. It needs to keep the soil moist. It is sensitive to poisonous gases such as sulfur dioxide and chlorine, and is relatively fragile.
Magnolia Alba may have lost its leaves because the plant suffers from two deadly diseases, chlorosis and anthrax.These two diseases can make plants in late fall leaves light. It may also be caused by improper temperature control and unreasonable watering during the growing process. The following are details of how to care for Magnolia Alba leaves falling.
When Magnolia Alba loses its leaves, it is necessary to find out the cause. Chlorosis is a disease easily suffered by Magnolia Alba, which does great harm to Magnolia Alba. At the beginning, the leaves of the plants infected with the disease gradually lose their green and yellow color, but at the later stage, all the leaves of the plants infected with the disease will directly lose their leaves, at this time, the treatment with ferrous sulfate should be timely to alleviate.
Magnolia Alba, which suffers from anthrax, has small spots in its leaves at first, but when the disease worsens at a later stage, its leaves turn black and fall off. The best way to deal with anthrax is to use drugs such as anthrax funime, which can be alleviated by spraying the plant with strips to scale.
Magnolia Alba is very weak in cold resistance. If the temperature is too low in winter, its leaves will fall out. In this case, the plant will not die if adjusted in time.
Magnolia alba is a plant that is extremely drought-resistant and waterlogged. Once the root system is succulent, it will lose its leaves in a short time due to prolonged drought or serious water accumulation. Therefore, it is only necessary to keep the base of Magnolia moist during maintenance, and let it recover slowly according to the principle of frequent watering of small water.