Potted dragon spit beads, usually changing pots every 1 to 2 years, can be changed after the early spring or after the flowers. When changing the basin, first pad the drainage holes with a broken tile, then put a small amount of bone meal as the base fertilizer, and then put it into the new culture soil (4 rotten soil, 4 parts of the garden soil, 2 parts of sand and soil). 2 ~ 3 cm along the mouth for fertilization and watering. After changing the basin, pour water, put the seedlings in the back yin, and move to the sun after slowing the seedlings.
Water and fertilizer management
Watering: Dragon vomiting beads are more sensitive to water response. The stems and leaves should keep the salt soil moist during the growth period, but the watering should not be excessive, and the amount of water is too large, resulting in only long vines without blooming, and even the leaves are yellow, withered, and rot at the root. Watering should be fully watered in summer high temperature seasons and appropriate shade. In winter, watering should be reduced to dormant to sleep safely.
Fertilization: Fertilizer should not be too much. During the flowering season every 7 to 10 days, apply a rotten thin cake fertilizer water, and apply 3 to 4 times to fertilize. If the dragon vomiting beads are found to have a yellowing phenomenon during the cultivation process, it can be combined with fertilization and applied) 0.2%sulfate of sulfate, and the leaves can gradually turn yellow to green.
Temperature and light
Temperature: It should not be set for too long in the darkness. It will fall into the flower when the temperature is over 21 ° C and more than 24 hours.
Light: Dragon beads need to be sufficient in winter. In summer, it should be shade when it is too hot, otherwise the leaves will become yellow. When the light is insufficient, it will cause vines and not bloom. Flower bud differentiation is not affected by the light cycle, but strong light has a promotion effect on the differentiation and development of flower buds.
Way of breeding
Dragon beads can adopt two breeding methods: sowing and cutting.
Home dragon vomiting is generally short, but in fact, its branches can grow very long. Pay attention to plastic surgery, which can cultivate very beautiful dragon vomiting beads. It can not only make it growing branches, but also trimmed into a beautiful dwarf.
Pay attention to topics during growth and development, control the height of the branch, make the plant split neat and maintain a beautiful appearance.
Common diseases and insect pests
Common diseases of dragon vomit beads: leaf spots, rust, flower and leaf disease, gray mold
Dragon vomiting beads common pests: leaf armor, thorn moths, sedema worms, whitefly.