Cerasus cornutus, also known as the big fruit flower, is a small potted plant. We often find it in the park or green belt. Today, let's learn about this colorful Cape cherry grass!
How to breed Cerasus angustifolia the growth habits of Cerasus angustifolia: Cerasus angustifolia is a perennial herb, the suitable temperature for growth is about 24 ℃ in the daytime and 16 ℃ at night. If the light is too strong, the blade will be burned. The air humidity is between 50% - 60%. The cultivation soil should be fertile and well ventilated.
How to breed Cerasus cornuta cultivation techniques: Cerasus cornuta can be propagated by sowing or cutting.
It is suitable for potting and shallow pot.
The optimum temperature for the growth of Cerasus angustifolia is about 24 ℃ in the daytime and 16 ℃ in the liquid. If the light is too strong, the blade will be burned. The air humidity is between 50% - 60%. In the growing season, topdressing should be applied once every 15-20 days and once every 15 days or so, but not too thick. Watering should be moderate, each time the basin soil needs to be dry before watering, otherwise it is easy to cause short stem rot. In winter, it is necessary to control water content for dormancy. The cultivation soil should be fertile and well ventilated.
How to breed Cerasus angustifolia disease and pest control: Cerasus angustifolia often has stem rot, which mainly damages the stem and leaves. Dark spots appear at the base of the stem at the early stage of infection. When the disease spot surrounds the stem for one week, the plant falls down and dies.
It can be sprayed with 65% dikesong 600-800 times solution or potassium permanganate 1000-1500 times solution.