Horseshoe gold breeding methods and precautions

Horseshoe gold breeding method

Light and temperature

The growth of horseshoe gold should be kept enough light, and the sun is exposed to the sun every day. Horseshoe gold has both the growth habits of light and shadow resistance. It can grow in a semi-wet place. The temperature requirements are not high, but frostbite will be frostbite when the temperature drops to -6 ° C to -7 ° C.

Water and fertilizer management

Horseshoe gold must be irrigated and appropriately fertilized during the growth process. The small seedlings of the horseshoe gold are irrigated 1 or 2 times a week, and the number of irrigation should be increased during the dry season. After the plant matures, watering should be controlled in early spring and early winter.

Horseshoe gold like nitrogen fertilizer. Usually combined with rain and watering, nitrogen fertilizer should be applied in moderation. After fertilizing, a lot of water should be poured to reduce the degree of burning leaves. Or fertilize first, then sweep the fertilizer under the leaves, and then combined with watering. At the same time, high temperatures are not fertilized in summer.


Horseshoe gold is not very strict on the soil. As long as the drainage conditions are moderate, it can be grown on sand soil and clay.

Grow more in the fertile fields or mountains.

Precautions for breeding of Horseshoe Gold

Removing weeds

When horseshoe is green, it will be completely covered after a period of growth. Therefore, weeds will appear. When weed less, artificial removal can be used.

Horseshoe gold breeding method

Horseshoe gold is commonly used for breeding and branch reproduction to reproduce.

Horseshoe gold disease and insect pest control

Horseshoe golden lawns have strong disease resistance, and only white silk disease and a small amount of leaf mildew occur. There will also be rust,


The larvae of the turtle -like larvae and the larvae of the night moth, the larvae of the small tiger are the main pests of the horseshoe golden lawn. There are other insects such as snails, the grassy land, and the pointed locust.