Written by Maggie
Nov 20 2020
In the process of breeding Rosa Roxburghii Tratt, adequate sunlight should be ensured every day during the growth period, and shade treatment should be done in the season of strong light. Water should be kept moist in the basin and water should be appropriately increased in the stage of pregnancy and flowering, applying 1 ~ 2 quick acting fertilizer after the flowers are finished, and applying one last time of fertilizer before the winter.
Rosa Roxburghii Tratt likes to grow in a warm environment with good light, strong cold resistance, but not strong heat resistance. During the growth period, it is necessary to give no less than 5 hours of direct sunlight every day. In summer, strong light needs shading treatment, and indoor ventilation should be strengthened in hot weather, so as to avoid the harm caused by diseases and insects.
Rosa Roxburghii Tratt is suitable to grow in the soil with sufficient moisture. It is appropriate to water the soil in the summer when it is dry, to keep the soil moist in the spring and autumn, to spray water 1 to 2 times a day in the hot and hot climate, to increase the amount of water in the pregnant bud and flowering period appropriately, and to drain water in the rainy season.
Fertilization requirements are one of the cultivation methods and precautions of Rosa Roxburghii Tratt. Proper fecal urine solution can be applied during deep tillage in winter, or organic manure is mainly used to ensure sufficient nutrients during growth. 1 ~ 2 fast acting fertilizers should be applied after flowering, and one last time of fertilizer should be applied before winter.
In the summer, we mainly do thinning processing. In order to reduce fuel consumption promoting blossom, Rosa roxburghii Tratt’s long branch can be appropriately shearing half or one third, affecting beautiful branches that are cut off entirely. In winter when it's combined with clip on modelling, the lateral branches are shortcut, to facilitate the beauty of plant type.
Rosa Roxburghii Tratt is prone to powdery mildew, black spot, anthrax and other hazards during the growth period. It can be combined with pruning to clear away the diseased and rotten branches in winter. In the early stage of the disease, it is necessary to cut dead leaves, pay attention to ventilation, and spray and control with an appropriate amount of carbapenem or loxogramme solution.