Judgement and treatment of rotting Roots of hydroponic Flowers

Published: 2024-02-27 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/02/27, Judgement and treatment of rotting Roots of hydroponic Flowers

In the process of flower hydroponics, due to the lack of experience and knowledge of hydroponics management. It is easy to cause rotten roots of flower plants, for example, when the temperature is too low, fertilization is too thick, diseases are very easy to cause rotten roots, rotting roots will make the water worse, thus affecting the growth of plants. So let's let the editor introduce it to you.

Usually we judge whether the root is rotten or not.

One is to smell the root with your nose. If the root smells bad, it proves that the root is rotten.

The second is to smell the water. If the water smells bad, it means that the root system may also rot and deteriorate.

The third is to observe the appearance of the root system, if the root system yellowing and discoloration, indicating that the root system has been damaged. After the root of the plant is rotten, when you gently pull the rhizosphere with your hand, the epidermis is very easy to tear off, leaving only the lignified part. In the emergence of rotten roots, be sure to cut off the rotten part in time, generally rotten roots are gradually rotting upward from the root tip, pruned, until cut to the normal root system so far.

After changing water, pay attention to observe that if rotten roots continue to appear, they should be dealt with in a timely manner. Although many plants can be hydroponically cultured, if we don't take care of hydroponic plants carefully, it will cause rotten roots, so when we enjoy the happiness brought by hydroponic flowers, we should also carefully observe the growth of flowers! I hope the editor's article will be helpful to you.

First of all, take out the plants that have rotten roots, wash away the mucus from the flower roots with clean water, and wash the moss on the utensils and roots.

Then use sterilized scissors to trim the rotten roots, and soak the roots with flower disinfectant. Generally, the roots can be disinfected with 0.3% potassium permanganate solution for 10 minutes, and then rinse the roots with water.

Finally, put the plant into the washed utensils, add water for maintenance, the amount of water should be 1/2 to 2/3 of the submerged roots, and the rest of the roots should be exposed to the air.