1, potting soil
The soil of cultured aloe vera is best to choose good performance of drainage, water storage, breathable, and insults, soil, exhaustible, and easy to cause root breathing, causing the plant to be bad. The soil of aloe vera usually uses humus + idyllic panel + river sand, and is prepared according to the ratio of 2: 2: 1.
It is best to choose a mud basin, a porcelain basin, and a plastic basin. It is best not to use. After changing the new pot, apply water soaked, so as to avoid the basin, the bubble wall is half-wet, and the plants cannot take a good tub.
Aloe is in a desert environment that grows in a frost-free in the past year, it is afraid of cold. The most suitable growth temperature is 5 ~ 15 ° C, the humidity is 5% to 45%. When the room temperature drops to 5 ° C, aloe vera is abnormal when the aloe is growing.
Aloe vera is called “drought is a plant”, so it is generally not rich in water, but if the medium and long-term flow of water will cause rotten roots. General situation, pouring water in spring 5 ~ 7 days; water is placed once 2 ~ 3 days, avoiding the sun, watering water; in autumn, watering for 5 to 7 days. In winter, the temperature is watering once at 15 ° C, 15 to 20 days.
Aloe in the sunshine can be well grown. In addition to the aloe of the last year, I can only see the sun in the morning, the other time is more sun, the more sufficient sunlight, the better growing.
(1) Avoid light of the head. Aloe vera spent a lot of small buds in the bottom, many of the fadies in order to breed aloe vera, but this will cause the foundation unstable. The correct approach is: Don’t rush to put the small buds, let it grow, and if you are stable after the foundation is stable.
(2) Strengthen ventilation. Aloe vera is very small infected with pests, but in the stuffy weather, the humidity is too large, the ulhan is improper, and the blade will appear brown spots. In addition, when fertilizing, the fertilizer contact leaf can also cause the blade burns.