How to grow radish


As an evergreen potted plant, Lulu has a very strong air purification ability, making Lulu a favorite of many family-loving people. It is said that green dill is easy to grow, and it is very suitable for lazy and novice planting. In fact, any kind of potted green plant is difficult to cultivate if you don't understand its habits.
How to raise green dill
How to raise green dill? Lulu likes a warm and humid environment and requires loose, fertile, well-drained soil. Potted radish should be fertile, loose, and well-drained leaf humus, preferably acidic. Green radish is extremely shade-tolerant and can be exposed to the sun in the four seasons. In a dark room, it should be moved to a strong light environment every two weeks to recover for a period of time, otherwise it will easily lead to internode growth and smaller leaves. The radish likes a hot and humid environment, and the overwintering temperature should not be lower than 15 ℃. The potting soil should be kept moist, and the leaves should be sprayed with water frequently to increase the air humidity to facilitate the growth of aerial roots. The growth period is vigorous, and liquid fertilizer can be poured once a month. For plants that are ornamented indoors for a long time, the leaves at the base of the stem are easy to fall off, reducing the ornamental value. When the temperature warms up in May and June, it can be combined with cuttings for pruning and renewal to promote the germination of new buds at the base of the stem.
The specific cultivation method of green dill:
Method 1: Chrysanthemum grows best in loose, organic-rich slightly acidic and neutral sandy loam soils, changing pots every three years. Green dill is a negative plant, it avoids direct sunlight, likes scattered light, and is more shade-tolerant. Usually, it can receive four hours of scattered light, and the green dill grows and develops best.
Method 2: Cultivation adopts the method of cutting and burying stems. Choose a strong radish vine, cut it into two sections, taking care not to damage the aerial roots, then insert into plain sand or cinders to a depth of 1/3 of the cuttings, pour enough water, and place in the shade , spray the new high-fat film moisturizing, the survival rate is increased by more than 90%.
Method 3: Green dill likes a humid and humid environment. Midsummer is the peak growth period for radishes. The aerial roots and leaves of radish can be sprayed several times a day, which can not only clean the dust of the leaves, help the respiration of the radish, but also make the leaves green, reduce the temperature of the leaf surface, and increase the number of small leaves. The air humidity of the environment makes the leaves grow better, and the fertilization of green dill is mainly nitrogen fertilizer, supplemented by potassium fertilizer. Spray new high-fat film to keep fertilizer and moisture, keep fertilizer and moisture. In winter, the room temperature is low, and the green dill should be watered less in a dormant state to keep the potting soil dry.
Method 4: The most suitable growth temperature of green dill is 20℃-28℃ during the day and 15℃-18℃ at night. In winter, as long as the indoor temperature is not lower than 10 ℃, the green dill can safely survive the winter. If the temperature is lower than 5 ℃, it is easy to cause defoliation and affect the growth. Spraying Zhuangjingling at the right time in the growth period can make the plant stems thick, the leaves thick, the leaves are fresh and the plants are lush.
Method 5: Shape pruning. 4-5 plants are planted in each pot or directly cut, and a brown column is set up in the middle of the pot to facilitate the growth of the green radish. Shaping pruning is done in spring, when the vines are covered with palm posts and the tips are about 20 cm beyond the palm posts, prune 40 cm off the tips of 2-3 plants. When new shoots and new leaves sprout after cutting, cut off the stem tips of the remaining plants. For potted plants that have fallen leaves on the whole plant or the lower half due to freezing in winter or other reasons, the vine length of half of the plant can be shortened by 1/2, and the vine length of the other half can be shortened by 2/3 or 3/4. The height is staggered so that new leaves that grow under the cut can quickly cover the palm column.
The role of green dill
Green dill is a large evergreen vine. It grows in the tropics and often climbs on the rocks and trunks of tropical rain forests. It can grow into huge vines, with yellow patches on green leaves, strong tangles and developed aerial roots. It can either be attached to a column made of brown and placed in halls and hotels, or it can be hung and cultivated and placed on a study or window sill. It is a suitable flower for indoor display. So what exactly does green radish do for us?
Action 1: Decorative effect. Raising such a pot of green dill indoors or outdoors, seeing it bright and dripping green, can give people an aesthetic pleasure and make people feel relaxed and happy, so its decorative effect is very prominent.
Function 2: Air purification effect. Green dill is a large evergreen vine, which, like spider plants and ivy, has a strong ability to purify the air. Green dill can absorb benzene, trichloroethylene, formaldehyde, etc. in the air. It is more appropriate to put green dill in a newly renovated house. According to research by environmentalists, a pot of green dill is equivalent to an air purifier in a room of 8-10 square meters. It can be seen that the air purification ability of Luluo is still quite strong.
Function 3: The function of attracting wind. Green dill can attract wind and make the room ventilated. Why do you say that? Plants also breathe, take in carbon dioxide and exhale oxygen. Green dill is usually placed by the window. When the wind outside is too strong, it will block a little. If there is no wind, it will release new oxygen itself. Oxygen enters the space we live in, making us more refreshed, and the air in the room becomes cleaner.
Function 4: The function of absorbing kitchen odor. This is actually one aspect of purifying the air. Putting green dill in the kitchen can effectively absorb some of the fumes caused by cooking, remove some other kitchen odors, and keep clean air in our kitchen.