Written by Maggie
Dec 04 2020
In the process of breeding Haworthia obtusa, give its adequate illumination. Generally it needs to be farmed in garden soil, perlite, coal cinder mix of loose soil. We need not fertilize it at ordinary times, but a rotten organic fertilizer rate every half a month during growing can be applied, and we can make its full basin, often watered once every other week, beneficial to plant growth.
Haworthia Obtusa likes light in succulors, so it needs to be placed in a sunny place to better obtain soil nutrients and increase its ornamental value. However, it cannot be maintained under strong light, so it needs to be placed in a cool and ventilated place in summer.
In the cultivation method and precautions for Haworthia Obtusa, it is necessary to prepare a suitable soil as the substrate for Haworthia Obtusa, which needs to grow in loose, breathable and well-drained soil. We can mix the cultivation substrate with Garden soil, perlite and cinder at a ratio of 4:3:3.
Generally, Haworthia Obtusa does not have a high demand for nutrients and can grow normally even without fertilization. However, if the mature organic fertilizer is applied every half a month during the period of vigorous growth, it can fill the basin to the brim. Usually, it should be watered once every other week and wait for the soil to dry.
Haworthia Obtusa is highly adaptive to the environment. However, each plant separation should be carried out in spring and autumn. The plant separation of Haworthia Obtusa should be separated from the root of Haworthia Obtusa, and then placed in a cool and ventilated place, waiting for the wound of the plant separation to dry, which can be planted in suitable soil for careful maintenance.
Generally, in the process of growth, it is better to control the temperature at 15 ~ 23℃, so as to make it grow better. However, in winter, it is necessary to control the temperature and keep warm. The temperature should be controlled above 5℃, so that the plant can safely spend the cold winter and prevent frostbite.