Written by Maggie
Dec 02 2020
In breeding crassula oblique Gollum, it’s better to choose sand, coal cinder and bone meal and leaf soil mixed soil as cultivating soil. During the growth period, it should be given enough sunlight every day, and can not be placed in the semi-shade for too long. In summer, pay attention to ventilation and shading, water is mainly acidic water. Also apply full - elemental organic fertilizer once a month is optimal.
Crassula oblique Gollum likes to grow in well drained and loose breathable lightweight soil. Potted mainly with slightly acidic leaf rot soil or peat soil, in the basin when appropriate to add some sand, coal cinder and bone powder mixed soil stir evenly. Then change the pot every 1 to 2 years as the plant grows to promote root growth.
Crassula oblique Gollum is more appropriate to grow in sunny conditions. Expose the plants to more light each day when potted so they will be more compact and attractive. But in the summer when strong light and high temperature should pay attention to ventilation and shading, or move plants to the semi-shade environment for maintenance, but should not be too long. Move indoors when winter comes.
Sewage sludge management is Crassula oblique Gollum of one of the breeding methods and matters needing attention. Due to the abundant water in the leaves, during the growth period, we should follow the principle of not to water, water is thorough. The water content is mainly acidic water. In addition, an all-element solution of organic fertilizer should be applied once a month to increase plant resistance.
Water gradually when the temperature rises in spring. In summer high temperature, Crassula oblique Gollum comes in the dormant period. At this time, waterless or do not need to water, otherwise it is easy to cause root rot. Gradually reduce the amount of watering by the middle of September, and stop watering when it is below 5℃ in winter.
Crassula oblique Gollum leaves are more sensitive to the fertilizer. At the time of fertilization, we should avoid touching the blade. It is mainly poured around the root system and mixed with water for loose soil treatment. After touching the leaf surface, it should be wiped clean with wet cloth in time to pollute the leaf surface and cause fertilizer damage.