Written by Maggie
Dec 14 2020
When breeding Panax notoginseng, can choose loose sandy soil permeability, avoid the use of clayey soil, with a uniform light irradiation astigmatism best.Too much light will cause the phenomenon of the withered leaves.In the process of growth, we can keep the temperature between 18 ℃ to 25 ℃, and Panax notoginseng's growth rate will increase. When watering, you will need to follow the principle of watering when the soil is dry and stop watering when the soil is wet, to avoid affecting the health of the root.
Panax Notoginseng has a low demand for soil. Just choose some loose and breathable sandy soil for dairy farming. Avoid using sticky soil as much as possible, or Panax notoginseng will fail to grow well in the later stage.
In the process of farming Panax Notoginseng, try to provide some astigmatism, which can promote the growth of Panax Notoginseng, avoid direct or excessive light, or the leaves of the plant will burn. Even astigmatism is the best. If the light is not uniform, the phenomenon of ginseng root will occur.
Since Panax Notoginseng's cold resistance is low, it is best to control the temperature between 18℃ and 25℃ in the process of culturing. In this temperature stage, Panax Notoginseng's growth rate is high. Excessively high and low temperatures all give rise to Panax Notoginseng's poor growth.
Reasonable watering is also very important to Panax notoginseng. It is necessary to follow the principle of 'watering when the soil is dry and stop watering when the soil is wet' when watering. Stop watering when the soil is moist.