The breeding methods and precautions of Dianthus superbus

Written by Maggie

Nov 20 2020

The breeding methods and precautions of Dianthus superbus

In the process of breeding Dianthus Superbus, the selected soil is mainly a mixture of garden soil, decayed compost and sandy soil. During the normal curing period, sufficient sunlight should be given, scattered light should be placed in summer, and the temperature should be controlled at about 15 ~ 22℃. Watering should always keep the soil moist, and not too much, so as to avoid root rot.

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Dianthus Superbus

Aquaculture methods of Dianthus Superbus

1. Matrix requirements

Dianthus superbus root system is developed, which has a high requirement on the soil. It needs suitable fertile osteoporosis and sandy soil, rich in calcareous family potted garden soil five optional 2 and 2 copies of finished compost, sand mixing soil as cultivating soil, basin in pelvic floor mat before some rubble and bone matrix as a filter layer.

2. Plenty of sunshine

Dianthus superbus likes to grow in a sunny environment, but is afraid of the direct light, and mainly accepts scattered light in the summer. When the temperature is high, we need to shade the light, spraying water mist and the surrounding ground to reduce temperature. Temperature is to be controlled best in about 15 ~ 22 ℃. It should be put in a greenhouse in winter, to control temperature more than 12 ℃.

3. Water properly

Moisture requirement is one of the breeding methods and precautions of Dianthus Superbus. It is necessary to keep the soil moist during the growth period, water it every morning and night during spring and summer, and keep the air humidity at about 80% in summer. It is necessary to gradually control watering after autumn.

4. Apply fertilizer rationally

Dianthus Superbus is a perennial herbaceous plant, which has a high requirement for fertilization. When the plant is planted in the pot, a composting solution should be applied in time, and appropriate weeding should be done at the young stage, which should be combined with fertilization, mainly with liquid fertilizer that is decomposed, and then a thin phosphate potash fertilizer should be applied once a month.

Dianthus Superbus

Considerations for breeding Dianthus Superbus

Dianthus superbus is easy to cause the harm of some diseases and pests during growth, which are commonly root rot, smut. Dianthus superbus will gradually wither away after onset, but at the time of initial strain, we can cut off the dead plants, increase the ventilation around, change the soil when necessary, with the corresponding prevention and control of lime milk or carbendazim disinfected.

Dianthus Superbus