The breeding methods and precautions of Exochorda racemosa

Written by Maggie

Aug 24 2021

The breeding methods and precautions of Exochorda racemosa

When growing Exochorda Racemosa, select loose and fertile sandy soil for cultivation, maintain a growth temperature of 15 ~ 25 ℃, and ensure about 6 hours of light every day. Water it once every 5 days and apply fertilizer once every 15 days. Apply appropriate pruning branches, and timely pruning off residual flowers and branches, in the usual maintenance process to do a good job in the prevention and control of pests.

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Exochorda Racemosa

Methods of breeding Exochorda Racemosa

1. Sandy soil

Exochorda Racemosa is farmed in a sandy soil that is fertile and well drained. Garden soil, fine sand, and cinder can be combined in a ratio of 5:3:2 to make mixed soil. In order to ensure the growth nutrients of the plants, a layer of fertilizer can be laid in the soil before planting.

2. Temperature and light

In exochorda Racemosa's farming methods and precautions, appropriate temperature and adequate light are important. exochorda racemosa prefers a cool environment and can tolerate cold. It is advisable to keep the temperature at 15 ~ 25 ℃. If the temperature is too high in summer, please pay attention to cooling; if the temperature is below 5℃ in winter, please take warm measures.

Exochorda Racemosa prefers warm light. Ensure about 6 hours of light for breeding. Sufficient light is good for plant growth and the number of flowers to increase and open, but be careful to avoid direct light to avoid sunburn.

3. Water and fertilizer management

Exochorda Racemosa prefers a moist environment, but avoids excessive water that can cause stagnant water and rot roots. Generally, water once every 5 days is enough. High summer temperatures in addition to the necessary water intake, also spray water on and around the leaves of the plant to increase humidity.

Exochorda Racemosa has little need for fertilizer because the soil has been laid down before planting, so it is generally sufficient to apply fertilizer once every 15 days, and some phosphate potash can be added appropriately to increase the number of buds and promote flowering.

Exochorda Racemosa

Notes for Exochorda Racemosa farming

1. Pruning and pruning

Early growth of Exochorda Racemosa involves pruning to promote branching and adjust plant type. In addition, in the daily maintenance, the pruning and finishing of dead branches and yellow leaves is also essential, the flowering should also be timely pruning off the remaining flowers and branches, for the next flowering.

2. Disease and pest control

Exochorda Racemosa mainly has powdery mildew, brown spot and other diseases, and it is found that drug spraying is used immediately. Insect pests are mainly aphids, starscream, etc.. If found, use trichlorfon gush to kill. It is helpful to put it in a ventilated place to alleviate the occurrence of pests and diseases.

3. Propagation

Exochorda Racemosa has three propagation methods: sowing, cutting and layering. Generally, the propagation method is sowing. Sowing around September in autumn is the most suitable.

Exochorda Racemosa