Written by Maggie
Dec 14 2020
When Fittonia Albivenis leaves falling, it should be timely treated. If water is too little, replenish water in a timely manner. Then watering should be in accordance with the principle of watering when the soil is dry and stop watering when the soil is moist. We can not cause basin soil waterlogging. If the light is too strong, the plants should be moved to the shady environment for curing.In peacetime maintenance period, receive astigmatism, and do a good job of disease prevention.
Fittonia Albivenis likes to grow in a wet environment. If too little watering is done during the growth period or not enough watering is done each time, the leaves will become dry and fall off. Then what should Fittonia Albivenis do when the leaves lose their leaves? At this time, the water should be replenished in time.
Fittonia Albivenis does not have a high requirement for sunlight. If the plants are exposed to the hot sun for a long time, the water in the leaves will quickly evaporate, resulting in the phenomenon of drying and shedding. At this time, the plants should be moved to the ventilated shade, placed for a period of time, and then the plants should be preserved in a semi-shade environment, so as to promote the photosynthesis of the leaves.
Fittonia Albivenis likes to grow in a warm environment and has poor cold resistance. In winter, if the temperature is lower than 10℃, it will not grow well, causing the phenomenon of leaf falling. At this time, the plants should be moved to the greenhouse in time for curing, and the room temperature should be kept above 12℃.
When Fittonia Albivenis is hit by root rot and leaf rot, many irregular patches appear on the leaves and eventually wither and fall off. At this time, pay attention to ventilation, it is best to do daily disinfection, keep the leaves dry, and spray with a thin solution of carbendazim or streptomycin for prevention.