Cydaline breeding methods and precautions
Soil for breeding
The growth of taro is not high in soil, and generally only ordinary soil can be cultivated.
However, it should be noted that alkali and sand soil cannot be used to cultivate taro cultivation. Taro is afraid of drought and is not suitable for heavy stubbles. Therefore, it is best to be valley, beans, and vegetables in the previous stubble to ensure the growth and development of taro.
Whole earth management
Before planting, we must first sort out the soil and apply farmhouse fertilizer to the growth after sowing.
Flat the soil and sow the seeds.
Do not get wet as soon as the soil comes up. After sowing the seeds, sprinkle water and keep it moist.
The sowing of taro is divided into two types: live broadcast and seedling transplantation. The sowing time should be carried out in spring. It can be sowed according to the batch and sowed every 10 days.
When sowing, pay attention to ensuring the warmth of the environment, and after the sowing, the soil should be faint, and the soil must be kept a certain humidity.
Smart’s maintenance management
Pay attention to the light. There must be sufficient light every day, but do not force the light directly, and the watering should not be too much. Do not accumulate water to avoid seed necrosis and not germinate.
When fertilizing, the growth of the seedlings should be applied according to the seeds of the seeds.
Pay attention to the maintenance of winter, and should be used for cold prevention measures. You can put it in a place with light. When you are cold, you can use a plastic film to cover the potted plant to achieve the heat preservation effect. When the temperature rotates, the film is removed and ventilation.