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Growing porcelain is not difficult with only the following techniques

Growing porcelain is easy with Agri
Growing porcelain so beautiful is also a difficult problem

Many people mistakenly believe that growing porcelain extremely difficult, but actually, even clumsy people can grow porcelain. Porcelain flowers have many colors, each color has its own beauty and fragrance. Besides, it is also praised that bringing good luck should be planted in advance by many houses, wishing for fortune.

So how to grow porcelain flowers to be both easy and effective? Stay tuned for this post!

Beautiful porcelain flower tree
Beautiful porcelain flower tree blooms brilliantly

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Choose a potting soil:

Porcelain plant is not picky about soil as people often misunderstand and especially it can grow normally on soils around the house as well as: sandy soil, sandy soil or light soil.

Porcelain growers can mix the soil mixture according to a 1:1 or 2:3 formula between the substrate and the substrate (coconut fiber, rice husks, rotten peanut shells…) If your soil is acidic, you can mix it with lime, both disinfect and kill bacteria and pathogens.

Porcelain growing technique:

There are many ways to empty porcelain. But many experiences show that it is more successful to take cuttings instead of sowing seeds directly into the soil and can conveniently place the pot anywhere you want.

Planting porcelain
Choose the right ceramic pot

In addition to the pre-mixed soil from the ground and the medium mentioned above, you can use Compomix Dau Trau ornamental flower soil. Fill the pot to about 2/3 full of soil, then put the porcelain plant in; edit and shape so that the roots of the porcelain tree are spread out in balance. Then add more soil to the pot so that the soil is close to the mouth of the pot without covering the roots. There is a slight difference between the mouth of the pot and the soil so that the water does not overflow.

After a long time, when the roots of the porcelain flower grow, you must move the plant to a new larger pot, fit the roots and at the same time raise the roots higher than the mouth of the pot and prune the branches to make the tree more beautiful. .

Porcelain planting note fertilizing plants:

– Newly planted porcelain plants from cuttings to less than 6 months old: Dilute 10 to 15 grams of NPK 20-20-15 + TE or NPK 16-12-8 + TE with 10 or 15 liters of water to moisten the volume. water plants need. Although this fertilizer is good, it should not be used forever or used immediately and continuously. Fertilizer should be spaced about every 15 to 20 days. Can use foliar fertilizer Dau Trau 005 to stimulate plants to produce shoots, leaves and roots. However, it should not be abused, but should be used periodically every 7-10 days.

– Porcelain plants are grown from 6 months to 1 year: Every 20 to 30 days, pay attention to periodically applying 20-30g of NPK 20-20-15 + TE or NPK 16-12-8 + TE/pot for plants.

– Porcelain plants over one year old, with stable flowers: Should pay attention to periodically fertilize 20-30gr of NPK 20-20-15 + TE or NPK 16-12-8 + TE/pot, about 20 to 20 minutes apart. 30 days/time. 007 Buffalo Head fertilizer can be used to stimulate flowering for plants or 009 to help flowers last longer

Planting porcelain do not forget to water the plant:

Porcelain is considered a good drought tolerant plant, but growing porcelain, like growing many other plants, needs to be supplied with enough water to grow. For porcelain growers, it is recommended to use a fine sprayer, sprayer or spray pump system to water plants. Excessive watering can lead to waterlogging, root rot, and plant death. Watering should be done only when the soil has lost the moisture it needs.

Porcelain planting must prevent pests and diseases:

Diseases caused by green worms:

Planting porcelain
Green caterpillars cause disease on porcelain plants

There is a manifestation of black spots on the leaf tips. Usually, this type of worm takes only 2 or 3 days to be able to eat the leaves and the top of the tree. How to cure: Use Trebon, Mipcin, Vibasu or Bassa pills.

Diseases caused by cotton hoppers and porcelain beetles:

This disease is often difficult to detect. Porcelain growers must pay attention to whether their plants have many unusual ants. If so, pay attention to check the leaf buds because perhaps after being infected with bugs, there is still a sweet mucus on the leaves that attracts ants. At the same time, it is also possible to judge through the white pollen grains left on the tree tops.

If this situation continues for many more days, it is likely that the whole porcelain top will rot. When you see signs of cotton hoppers and porcelain beetles appearing on the leaves, they must be sprayed to prevent them from laying eggs.

Porcelain growers can use drugs such as Vicidi-M 50 ND, Visher 25 ND, Vidithoate 40 ND… to kill diseases. If the disease is mild, when hoppers are detected, use a small brush to sweep away both hoppers and powdery mildew.

Diseases caused by aphids, red spiders:

Porcelain plant disease
Disease caused by red spider

The red spider is a spider with a very small, red body. The naked eye, if not looking closely, will mistake it for a fire ant or cotton wool sticking to the leaves if they refuse to move. Young leaves, after being infected, often turn red-brown and then fall, and the buds are bare. Porcelain growers can use Trebon, Bi 58, Kelthane, Viphensa 50ND, DC Ttron Plus… are the best drugs to cure this disease. Note, this disease is best prevented because it is very difficult to cure. Prevention is better than cure!

Leaf yellow spot disease:

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Porcelain plant disease

Porcelain leaves after the rainy season or encountering high winds often appear many small spots on the yellow leaves, causing the porcelain leaves to wither or fall. In the process of growing porcelain, if you find that the leaves have just turned yellow, you must immediately cut them off and spray with fungicides (which can be easily purchased from stores).

Rot disease:

Powdery mildew disease on porcelain is common in Thai porcelain. This disease spreads very quickly. Because many people do not know well, it is subjective, seeing leaves appear small spots that cannot be treated until they spread all over the leaves, causing the plant to rot and soften before worrying about finding a cure, it is too late.

For this disease, porcelain growers quickly cut off all infected leaves or just started to appear disease. Then apply lime to the cut to disinfect the tree. The disinfectants are easy to find such as: Batocide 12WP, Viben-C, Newkasuran 16.6 BTN…

Growing porcelain is not difficult even for the most clumsy. Just having the above techniques, even if it is difficult, flowers are easy. In addition to growing porcelain, you can also refer to other easy-to-grow indoor plants: Top 6 green plants to help you be rich and healthy

Emilia Chaney
Emilia Chaneyhttps://agrisearch.net
My name is Emilia Chaney. I'm a social girl from Romania with a big smile and 3 passions: Agriculture, Travel and Social Media. I try to make this blog practical, full of great advice and inspiring ideas.

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