The breeding method and precautions of sneezing roots

Methods of sneezing root grass


Sneeze roots are warm and cold-resistant, and can endure-10 degrees in winter. But avoid dry cold, grow well in the wet and cold place in winter, and it is advisable to overwinter 4 to 10 degrees. Infinitive high temperature, measures such as shading, spraying water, and strengthening ventilation should be taken during high temperature in summer.


Sneezing roots like a semi -yin environment, avoiding sunlight exposure. Summer needs to be shaded to prevent burning plants from scorching sun. In the early spring, it should maintain sufficient light, which is conducive to the differentiation of flower buds. Do not shade in summer can cause stems and leaves to burn and dry.


The root grass is not resistant to drought, and the pot soil should be kept moist during growth. In the summer where it is not suitable, watering is required appropriately. Watering needs to be dry and wet, so that the pot soil should not be too dry.


Sneeze roots are applied once every half month in the growth season. You can learn 3 times a year.


Sneeze root grass is moist, fertile and well -drained soil. I especially like sandy loam soil and avoid poor drainage. Neutral or slightly alkaline soil is the best. If the soil is sticky, it is necessary to mix human benty, humus organic fertilizer and peat soil. Open fields or potted plants can be carried out in late spring and autumn, usually autumn planting.

Precautions for the breeding of the sneezing root

Pest Control

Sneeper roots are often harmful to diseases and insects such as withered disease, root neck rot, dark spots, and aphids, and murmuries. In autumn and early winter, the old leaves and diseases on the plant can prevent dark spots in spring.

Breeding method

Sneeze root grass can be sowed and divided into breeding. The method of division is relatively easy. The disadvantage of sowing reproduction is that some types cannot fully inherit the characteristics of the two parents, and some seed germination rates are not high.


Potted roots should not be moved more to avoid damage to stems and leaves and cause falling flowers.