How to take care of rose

Written by Maggie

Jan 11 2021

How to take care of rose

Rose is a beautiful flower representing romance. Many of us want to grow it by ourselves. But many problems occur when we grow it, such as rose has insect pests and its leaves falling. This article will briefly introduce some care guides for roses.


Rose care for it having insect pests

In the process of rose growth, it is easy to produce scale insects, aphids, starscream, thorn moth and other diseases and pests, then we need to move it to a ventilation, sunny environment, and we need to clean with clear water plants. Also apply topdressing potassium compound fertilizer, and the amount of nitrogen and phosphorus compound fertilizer, and sprayed with the corresponding reagents of diseases and pests. The following are rose care for it having insect pests.

1. Ventilation and lighting

In the process of growth of roses, if the temperature rises gradually in spring, it is easy for roses to get insects. At this time, the growing environment of roses should be improved immediately. The roses should be moved to a ventilated and sunny environment to reduce the harm of diseases and insects to the plant with the help of sunlight.

2. Clean the plants

Roses are very vulnerable to scale insects, aphids, red spiders, thorn moths and other diseases and insects, so how to care for roses having peanut insects. Not only to improve their growth environment, but also with water to clean the plant, so that the plant on the reduction of diseases and insects, and also to deal with the diseased branches and leaves.

3. Topdressing fertilizer

In fact, whenever rose peanut insects, it is better to give them a large amount of top application of potassium fertilizer, and an appropriate amount of nitrogen and phosphorus compound fertilizer, which can increase the plant's disease resistance, provide sufficient nutrients to the plant, so that the damage of the disease and insect is reduced to the maximum, to avoid the rapid wilt and death of the plant.

4. Spray agent

Under normal circumstances, if the rose peanut insect, it should be treated accordingly. If the scale insect needs to be sprayed with the wetted powder of pantuline, the wetted powder of imidacloprid, the red spider with acaricien emulsion, and the thorn moth with trichlorfon crystal, it is good to control the corresponding diseases and insects.


Rose care for leaves falling

Roses in winter are easily damaged, leading to the death of the leaves fall, and even the whole plant. The falling leaves of rose may lead to a lack of illumination, and we usually need to move it to the gentle sunshine full sun. Frostbite in low temperatures needs to move into the greenhouse, the temperature control in 15 ℃ or more maintenance. Improper watering and fertilizer, control water quantity. The following are details of rose care for leaves falling.

1. Light

Rose's cold tolerance is not strong, and it likes to grow normally in the sun. If there is a lack of light in winter, its leaves are easy to lose light. At this time, the rose should be moved immediately to the mild sunshine to make its branches and leaves not properly differentiated and germinate new leaves, so as to make it grow better.

2. Low temperature frostbite

It is easy to frostbite roses in the low temperature environment in winter, so that their roots can not absorb water and nutrients in the soil normally, and it is best to cause bad phenomena such as falling leaves. It is necessary to move them to the greenhouse for conservation, and it is better to control the temperature above 15℃, so as to promote the germination of new leaves of roses.

3. Proper watering

As for how the leaves of roses are falling in winter, it is usually necessary to keep the soil of rose cultivation moist. However, if the roses are watered too much in winter, they will easily lose their leaves. If they are seriously watered, they may even die directly.

4. Fertilization

Generally, there is no need to apply fertilizer in winter. It is good to apply organic fertilizer once at the beginning of winter. If excessive fertilization results in the rose leaves falling, then it is necessary to irrigate dilute fertilizer or directly replace the soil.