How long will it take to water the magnolia after moving the basin?
Potted friends who like to raise orchids all know that moving pots is a very necessary work, and it is usually necessary to move pots for them every two years, and it is basically the same with pots. Before preparing to move the basin, it is usually necessary to stop watering a few days in advance until the soil in the basin dries a little bit. At this time, compared with the normal watering management, the root system is often softer, and the damage to the root system in the basin-moving process is often much less. So, what about.
As for the question of whether the basin can be watered in time after the basin is moved, we will not talk about it for the time being. However, the editor combined with the experience of moving the basin to the gentleman orchid can be recommended to you. First of all, when transplanting in the pot, choose the moist soil, and should have a certain degree of humidity, usually based on holding the soil by hand and squeezing it without obvious dripping. After the pot is finished, it should be watered immediately, because there is a slow seedling basin process after the plant is moved. For the sake of safety, immediate watering is not recommended, so how to do a good job of moisturizing.
Since we use wet basin soil to plant again, as long as it is not exposed to strong light, there will be a large amount of water loss in the basin. And plants are usually placed in a cool and ventilated place after moving the basin, so it is not suitable to bask in the sun. So, will the basin dry at 01:30. So it doesn't need to be watered immediately.
Moreover, after moving the basin, the plant is often in the most fragile stage of growth. if it is watered immediately, it is easy to cause the basin soil to be too wet and affect the normal respiration and absorption capacity of the plant root system, and in serious cases, the root rot phenomenon may occur, thus affecting the survival rate of the plant after moving the basin. Therefore, for safety reasons, it is not usually immediately watered.
However, sometimes it is inevitable that due to various factors such as too strong air circulation, the gentleman orchid will be short of water after moving the basin. Even so, the editor does not recommend direct watering, after all, flood service is easy to cause growth problems. It is safer to wait for a chance to spray water, and it is recommended to spray more water every day to achieve a moisturizing effect, so that the survival of the plant will not be affected by lack of water.
It usually takes about a week to slow down the seedling and take the basin after the orchid is moved. As long as the sprinkler management is done, the plant generally will not be short of water, and after a week of smooth slow seedling and stability, we can resume normal watering management. This is mainly aimed at the transplanting of the adult plant of Cymbidium. So, what if the seedling moves the basin?
If the seedlings of Cymbidium are transplanted into the pot, they usually need to be watered in time to determine their roots. Because the plant is still a young plant, after all, its root system is relatively small, and it is relatively young, once the drought occurs, it is easy to affect the survival. Therefore, the pots of Cymbidium seedlings should be watered in time to determine the root.