Solutions to root rot of Echeveria Simonoasa

When Echeveria Simonoasa appeared the phenomenon of roots rotted, we
need timely prune the rotten root. Keep health roots soaking in 1000
times of carbendazim medicament, choose high porous drainage capacity of
soil, plant nutrition. The basin maintenance needs to use the
carbendazim medicament filling root disinfection.In daily curing,
according to the principle of see dry wet timely supplement moisture, to
prevent and control the phenomenon of the roots rotted again.
Echeveria Simonoasa
1. Remove Echeveria Simonoasa rotten roots
How to deal with the occurrence of echeveria simonoasa root rot during
the breeding process? The root rot should be removed in time to prevent
further spread of the bacteria. After that, the root system of Echeveria
Simonoasa should be soaked in potassium permanganate solution diluted
1000 times for about half an hour.
2. Replace the soil for Echeveria Simonoasa
The phenomenon of root rot in Echeveria Simonoasa was mostly caused by
poor soil porosity. At this time, the soil with loose soil and high
drainage capacity should be selected for re-planting to make sure.
Potassium permanganate can be used to irrigate the root system after
being placed in the basin to sterilize the soil.
Echeveria Simonoasa
3. Reduce watering for Echeveria Simonoasa
Echeveria Simonoasa can be sprayed a small amount of water on the soil
after putting in the pot until it becomes wet. Echeveria Simonoasa likes
to grow in a dry environment. If excessive daily watering will cause
root rot again, it is necessary to follow the principle of "dry and wet"
to replenish water for the plants.
4. Increase light for Echeveria Simonoasa
Echeveria Simonoasa needs to absorb enough light time to facilitate root
wound healing, so it needs to be placed in a light environment daily to
receive astigmatism bath. If the outdoor temperature is appropriate, it
is best to put it in the windowsill if it is on the balcony. Good
ventilation and sufficient light are more conducive to the growth of
Echeveria Simonoasa.
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