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Some people say that aloe vera is the best plant, and some people say that aloe vera is the most easily rotten plant(plastic nursery pots). To solve the problem, we must first understand the cause of the problem! The cause of aloe vera root is mainly caused by too much water, but aloe vera will also have rotten roots due to too much fertilization, impervious soil and so on. Happening. In order to give an answer to amateurs who like aloe vera and always raise aloe vera to rotten(200 cell seed trays wholesale), several reasons and treatment methods for aloe vera roots were collected.(cheap 3 gallon pots bulk buy california)

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Why is aloe vera rotten(plastic nursery pots wholesale)? The following is the reason why aloe vera is rooted: the most common misunderstanding of aloe vera in summer is too much watering. Aloe vera is a plant that likes to warm the sun, the air is moist in spring and summer, and the environment is slightly dry in autumn and winter. If there is too much watering, wet days, the soil added by the basin will be wet, and excessive fertilization may lead to rotten roots(plastic plant trays). What should I do if the aloe vera is rotten? The following is the treatment of aloe vera root. To understand the cause of aloe vera root, you can do the following:(cheap 3 gallon pots bulk buy california)

1. Dry the roots(black plastic nursery pots). You can pull out the plant first, then cut off the rotten place, dry it in the shade, do not expose it to strong light, so as not to sunburn the roots. It takes about 5 days, then put it into the new soil, about one month. Just follow the new one. 2. Less watering. Aloe vera is dry. If too much water is poured in the basin, the roots will rot. So don't water the water. You can water it once in spring and summer for about 7 days(32 cell seed trays wholesale). Try not to water the autumn and winter seasons. Sprinkle water on the leaves. .

(cheap 3 gallon pots bulk buy california)3. Less fertilization. Excessive fertilization will also cause root rot, fertilize 3-4 times a year, and try not to fertilize in winter(72 cell seed trays). 4, change the soil. Aloe vera is suitable for growth in loose soil with good drainage. If the drainage is not good, the roots will be blocked and the roots will rot. When root rot occurs, in addition to paying attention to the above points, it is necessary to see whether the soil is suitable(seed starting trays wholesale). If it is inappropriate, it should be changed in time. 5, fight drugs.

When there is a rotten root condition(plastic nursery pots manufacturers), see if there are any pests and diseases, and spray some corresponding drugs in time. Once you encounter aloe vera root, you should carefully observe the degree of decay. Aloe vera is a plant that is easy to cut and propagate. You can use this to save it. The details are as follows: use a knife to completely remove the rotten root(1 gallon nursery pots), and the incision should be flat, so as not to cause new Rot, then dry in a cool, ventilated place, and wait for the wound to heal.(cheap 3 gallon pots bulk buy california)

Choose a substrate with good air permeability, strong moisturizing and good drainage(wholesale plant pots). It is best to dry the soil in wet soil (that is, moist soil, it can be formed by rubbing it with a fist, and it can be spread when touched). Then the aloe vera is re-applied to the basin and is slightly pressurized. It is not necessary to water the water, and it is placed in a cool place, waiting for rooting. Like most succulents, aloe vera is mostly removed from the decayed part(2 gallon nursery pots). Before talking about the aloe root treatment method, we must first understand why aloe vera is rotten.

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