The breeding methods and precautions of Cornus officinalis

Written by Maggie

Nov 20 2020

The breeding methods and precautions of Cornus officinalis

In the process of breeding Cornus officinalis, we can plant in the pots on foot basal, mainly from the organic fertilizer, to control the temperature during the growth in about 20 ~ 30 ℃. When  the summer temperature is above 35 ℃ to shade processing, spray cooling, and often keep the soil moist, and in winter increasing 1 ~ 2 times the thin compound fertilizer.

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Cornus officinalis

The farming methods of Cornus Officinalis

1. Requirements for basin and soil

Cornus Officinalis is very tall to the requirement of the soil. We should choose good drainage and soil rich in organic matter, and fertile silt loam is given priority to, In the basin in pelvic floor put some nutrition bone meal as a basal, and apply the right amount of rotten organic fertilizer, stir well to blend in place to ensure that the growth of root system.

2. Environmental management

Positive plant Cornus officinalis is warm, and the growth of its optimum temperature is 20 ~ 30 °C or so. In summer when the temperature is above 35 ℃ growth, move the plant ventilation down by light, also to spray mist around it. Due to the low temperature in winter, we can directly cultivate it outdoors, but to ensure that every day there is plenty of sunshine.

3. Water and moisturize

Cornus Officinalis is suitable for growing in substrate with sufficient moisture. It is advisable to keep the basin and soil moist during ordinary maintenance, shorten the watering interval during spring and summer, and keep the air humidity at about 70 ~ 80%. After entering autumn, the amount of watering should be reduced, and the principle of "dry and wet" should be maintained, and water should be avoided by all means.

4. Fertilize regularly

Fertilization management is one of the farming methods and precautions of Cornus Officinalis. About one month after colonization, intertillage weeding treatment should be carried out in combination with fertilization to improve the growth of plants. One or two times of thin compound fertilizers can be applied in winter, and one time of thin organic fertilizer solution can be applied in summer to prevent stem lodging.

Cornus officinalis

Tips for farming Cornus Officinalis

Cornus Officinalis has a strong heat resistance. In summer, the plants should be placed in a relatively breathable and cool place, not directly exposed to strong light, so as to avoid the phenomenon of withered and burning at the leaf edge. In addition, watering should be done in the morning and evening, and the water should be consistent with room temperature, mainly in tap water or rain after exposure, so as to avoid root rot.

Cornus officinalis