What is the soil of violet?

Violet’s most commonly used three-in-one soil


Good hydrophobic properties, pH, clean and sterile, free of nursing, and low storage capacity.


Microic acid, clean and sterile, compact storage power.


Microic acid contains organic substances, and the maintenance is strong.

The above three plants can be formulated in a certain ratio to meet the needs of violets, and the hydrophobic properties need to be exceeded.

Violet soil ratio

Perlite: vermiculite: peat soil (2: 1: 1), using normal watering, the ratio of vermiculite and peat soil can be appropriately improved. Of course, these ratios must be done, and adjust the ratio based on planting the environment and vision. Environmental high humidity or hands-on watering will increase hydrophobicity, and vice versa increase water.

The plant uses a 6 month or so, when the pH is less than 6.5, the chemical lock effect will be generated, and the plant cannot absorb nutrients in the plant, which can only absorb iron elements, and single iron elements will make plants. Toxicity, with the accumulation of toxins cause the plant death, therefore changed the plant in half a year is a better choice.

Substituting the soil plant

Egg shell

Calcium contains calcium, can delay the plant tooth acid, and extend the plant usage time.


Regulate humidity, filter impurities, deodorization, decompose harmful chemicals, provide trace elements, and delay the phytorate acid.

After adding an appropriate amount of auxiliary material, it can extend the soil for 2-3 months. The planting of the plant can be determined by the growth form of the plant. After using the plant for 6-9 months, there is still no time to changing the soil, and there is less fertilization or even can’t fertilize, and the plant is flushing the plant from time to time, and it is also a way to alleviate the acidic acid.

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