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How to choose potted Cymbidium

Published: 2024-06-16 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/06/16, How to choose potted Cymbidium

Cymbidium can reproduce after three and a half years with 12 leaves, and reproduction is a complex system engineering. From flowering, pollination, seedling breeding, variety cultivation and strain selection, it is a compulsory course for lovers of magnolia. It is also from love to the growth process of understanding orchid, Donglan and Zhilan, and after several cycles of groping and constantly summing up experience and accumulation, it is self-evident that it can become an expert.

A flower of a gentleman orchid, nine months from pollination, the fruit changes from green to yellow, from yellow to red, and the fruit begins to mature. So, what about.

1. After the fruit is ripe, the whole fruit arrow should be cut off from the middle of the arrow stem and placed in a light and ventilation place after a ripening process of about 20 days.

2. Peel off the seeds and select those with full seeds and bud eyes, ready to sow, withered, and those without bud eyes can be eliminated.

3. There should be at least one seed in a fruit, and a maximum of 20 cents and 30 seeds. Cymbidium seeds contain a lot of water and should not be preserved for a long time. Within a week after peeling, the seeds must be sown. If the time is too long, the seeds will wither and the bud eyes will shrink, which will affect the emergence rate.

4. if the seed wants to be preserved for a long time, it is best to shoot the arrow late, or peel it off late after the arrow.

 
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