The breeding methods and precautions of Aglaonema sp

Written by Maggie

Nov 20 2020

The breeding methods and precautions of Aglaonema sp

In the process of breeding Aglaonema sp, we will move it to the place that has bright light astigmatism during its growth period, control temperature in 18 ~ 30 ℃. In the summer, water 3 to 4 times a week, and foliar spray water once a day to increase humidity. Use thin compound fertilizer and reasonable cutting every 20 days

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Aglaonema sp

Methods of breeding Aglaonema SP

1. Environmental management

Aglaonema SP is a light-sensitive plant. However, during the curing period, it is mainly subject to bright astigmatism instead of all-day strong light irradiation. In summer, the plant should be placed in semi-shade places, and the temperature should be controlled at about 18 ~ 30℃.

2. Water properly

Aglaonema sp likes to grow in wet soil, but it has certain drought resistance. When it's in spring often keep the soil moist, water 3 to 4 times a week. But in summer there is no too much humidity, there will be a day when the temperature is above 35 ℃ to foliar spraying. In order to improve the humidity, water can enter the autumn strict control, in order to prevent the soil water affects growth.

3. Fertilizer management

Aglaonema SP grows rapidly in the soil with sufficient fertilizer, so sufficient base fertilizer should be applied in the basin. The base fertilizer applied in greenhouse culture is mainly organic fertilizer which is mature. During the growth period, a thin compound fertilizer solution should be applied once every 20 days or so, and two times of phosphate potash fertilizer can be applied in autumn to promote the growth and development of the root system.

4. Pruning

Pruning is one of the farming methods and precautions of Aglaonema SP. In this way, the plants can grow better. In the peak season, the withered and yellow leaves should be cut off, and the top buds should be cut off when the plants grow too high, so as to promote the growth of new leaves.

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Considerations for farming Aglaonema SP

Aglaonema SP has poor cold resistance. It can only grow normally when the temperature is above 10℃ in winter, otherwise the growth will gradually stop. Therefore, in winter, it is advisable to cover the surface of the basin soil with a layer of fine soil or dry straw to keep out the cold, and reduce water to avoid frostbite.

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