A good soil environment is one of the prerequisites to ensure that potted flowers and plants maintain a good growth state. Timely changing soil for potted flowers and plants will promote the growth of plants, so this is a very necessary work. However, when changing the soil for the flowerpot, we also need to master the correct operation method to minimize unnecessary damage to the plant, so as to ensure that the plant can quickly return to a normal growth state.
Replacing soil is a time-consuming and labor-intensive thing, but it has to be taken seriously. Whether the soil replacement operation conforms to scientific norms not only affects the recovery state of the plant after potting, but also affects the growth of the plant in the later stage. Therefore, since it is necessary for us to go through this time-consuming and labor-intensive process, we need to do it carefully, implement it scientifically according to the process of soil replacement, and make practical results.
First of all, we need to prepare the potting soil, and it must be prepared well, because this is the basic condition to ensure that the plant returns to a normal growth state, and even maintains a good growth in the later stage. Soil allocation should first be carried out according to the growth habit of plants, and should be based on the principle of being suitable for their growth. Then according to the properties of the plant, the substrate is reasonably selected, and then prepared according to the scientific proportion.
There is no doubt that preparing new potting soil is one of the most important conditions for growing potted flowers and plants. If the potting soil is well prepared, it will not only shorten the time for the plant to return to a normal growth state to a large extent, but also be more conducive to the later growth of the plant, but more importantly, it can reduce the frequency of soil replacement. After all, soil replacement is a A time-consuming, labor-intensive and risky job. For general potted flowers and plants, it is usually more suitable to use coal slag. Because coal slag is not only loose and breathable, but also rich in minerals, which can better promote the growth of plants.
But even if the high-quality substrate of coal slag is used as the main material for soil preparation, we still need to operate in a reasonable manner. First, the thoroughly fired cinders are smashed and washed with clean water. Next, the particles that are difficult to dissolve in water are screened out by size. The larger particles are used to spread on the drainage layer, the smaller particles are used for replanting flowers and plants, and then a layer of slightly larger particles is applied. Fine particles such as dust are basically dissolved in water and are not suitable for use.
Small dust particles are easier to dissolve in water, which is the main reason why we should not use them to grow flowers. Because if it is mixed in the basin soil, it will dissolve in the water after watering and fertilization, and condense in the basin soil. After a long time, it will be prone to hardening, which will change the soil structure and seriously affect the respiration and absorption capacity of the plant root system. . Therefore, in this case, the normal growth of the plant will be affected.