Written by Maggie
Mar 15 2023
Tagetes Patula L does not require much of a soil, so it is usually planted in a sandy soil with good drainage and permeability. Secondly, ensure more than 6 hours of light per day.The Tagetes Patula L is drought-resistant and is watered once a week. In addition, there is no need to fertilize Tagetes Patula L in the early stage of growth, and fertilization can be done once every half a month during flowering.
Tagetes Patula L is adaptable to a variety of habitats, but it does not require much soil. It is only necessary to ensure that the soil has a certain air permeability. Conditionally, we can choose the sandy soil conducive to the late drainage, which is convenient for the late plant drainage work.
The growing species Tagetes Patula L likes light, so it needs more than six hours of light a day, as it blooms for a etes Patula's dazzling bloom. The plants need to be moved indoors in the summer to avoid exposure to the sun, which affects the growth of the peacock weed.
Tagetes Patula L is drought-resistant, so it doesn't need watering as often as Tagetes Patula L, which is guaranteed once a week. But in the summer, water should be watered more than twice a week. When the soil tends to dry out, watering should be done promptly to ensure healthy growth of the plants.
During the early growth phase of Tagetes Patula L, fertilization is not required, as the plant can absorb nutrients from the soil for growth. Nitrogen fertilizer should be added every half month in the fall to ensure that the plants have enough nutrients during the flowering season. After flowering, reduce the frequency of fertilization, so as not to cause fertilizer damage.
Tagetes Patula L was most vulnerable to brown spot disease. At this time we need to spray rust powder for treatment, and timely drainage of the plant to remove the withered branches. The natural enemy of the Tagetes Patula L is starscream. We are going to treat it 500- 600 times with dicofol.
Tagetes Patula L likes to grow in a cool, moist place. When the plant is in the dry summer, the growth humidity of Tagetes Patula L should be kept above 50%, and the soil surface humidity should be observed at all times. Water the parched soil in time. If the leaves of the plant are withered, spray them with a spray nozzle to increase the humidity.
When Tagetes Patula L is growing in a mugly temperature, it needs to be removed indoors. A fan could be placed next to Tagetes Patula L to enhance the mobility of the air in the growth environment.