The breeding methods and precautions of Paulownia fortunei

Written by Maggie

Nov 20 2020

The breeding methods and precautions of Paulownia fortunei

In the process of breeding Paulownia fortunei, it is no less than 4 ~ 5 hours to give it the sunshine each day, controlling temperature in 18 ~ 27 ℃ or so. During the seedling stage,  water once a day. In autumn, gradually decreases watering times and fertilize with rotten compost.

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Paulownia fortunei

The farming methods of Paulownia Fortunei

1. Environmental management

Paulownia Fortunei likes to grow in an environment with good sun exposure. It has a strong shade tolerance and does not tolerate cold. During spring and summer, plants should be placed in a semi-shade environment with no less than 4 to 5 hours of sun exposure per day.

2. Water management

Paulownia fortunei grows better in moist soil. At the time of peak season, watering needs to be enough. Watering during the seedling period needs to be enough, and watered once a day. In addition, we need to spray leaves 1-2 times besides the normal irrigation. Gradually decrease the Times of water after autumn bes.

3. Fertilization management

Fertilizing management is one of the cultivation methods and precautions of Paulownia Fortunei. During the growth period, the principle of frequent application of thin fertilizer should be followed. The fertilizer should be mainly a composting solution, preferably applied once every half a month, and 1 to 2 times of phosphate potash fertilizer should be applied after autumn to promote the growth of flowers and leaves.

4. pruning

Paulownia Fortunei grows well, and proper pruning facilitates plant growth. During spring leaf extraction, proper coring can be done to promote branching and reduce nutrient consumption. During good growth, proper pruning can be done to increase ventilation and transparency within the crown, and to increase nutrient concentration.

Paulownia fortunei

Considerations for farming Paulownia Fortunei

Paulownia Fortunei is vulnerable to anthrax and black bean disease during its growth, which mainly sucks the SAP of the seedlings. But it can be cut and destroyed at the onset of disease, enhanced ventilation, and controlled by spraying with the corresponding antipode until the plant improves.

Paulownia fortunei