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Xiaobian helps you sort out the pest control of tulip farming(23cm plastic plant pots). The pathogen of tulip gray rot is film leather, which is a fungal disease. The pathogen invades through the base, and the above ground part is dead. The bacteria infects the roots and develops upwards, causing the stems and bulbs to be damaged. Many small decay spots are produced. The infected bulbs are faster than the downward decay, and the rotten bulbs are covered with a layer(plastic nursery pots nz). In the gray mold layer, the diseased part can produce sclerotia.(heavy duty plastic gallon nursery pots for sale nz)

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The sclerotium is black and can survive for 2-3 years in the soil(3.5inch square nursery pots). The diseased plants are removed in time, and the soil around the diseased plants should be excavated or replaced with new soil. When planting, choose disease-free bulbs, and open field cultivation should be carried out, and the soil should be well drained. The pathogen causing tulip blight is Botrytis cinerea, a fungal disease(plastic plant pots uk). The pathogen infects the leaves and flowers, producing brown spots, leaves and flower handles rot, showing a light gray color, the whole plant is dwarf, yellow-green, and the flowers are withered.

Then in the wet weather, the diseased part is covered with a gray mold layer, which has a large number of conidia(4.5inch deep square pots), and the spores spread between the plants by air circulation. On the outer scales of the stem and the bulb, the pathogen is poorly sclerotial. Environmental conditions. Control method: It should be carefully inspected before planting, the diseased bulbs should be removed, the diseased leaves should be removed in the growing season(plastic terracotta pots), the flowers should be removed, and the diseased plants should be removed. The substrate and soil in which the tulip is planted should be disinfected.

(heavy duty plastic gallon nursery pots for sale nz)Attention should be paid to air circulation during planting(1 gallon nursery pots bulk). The open field planting should be regularly sprayed with 1:1:200 Bordeaux mixture for protection. Tulips swept China and gradually entered the family. When people marvel at their beautiful flower pose, they found that it is not only pure color, but also some color-matched varieties. It is very unique. In fact, this "inlaid" tulip is not a special variety, but a kind of tulip-colored disease(20 gallon nursery pots). Or the disease of tulip cuts.

The color of the petals produces different shades, some of which are deeper, some are normal, some are lighter and fade away(4.5inch square nursery pots), appearing white or yellow. This change causes the petals to appear in color, which is called "broken color". Some petals have pale spots or stripes of varying sizes, and some can also produce small safflowers(plastic planters wholesale). The leaves can also be damaged, and pale green or grayish white streaks appear to form the leaves, and in severe cases, the plants grow poorly.(heavy duty plastic gallon nursery pots for sale nz)

Naturally, double-flowered flowers are more susceptible to this disease(2.5inch square nursery pots). At this time, what about the yellow leaves under the phalaenopsis? Although Xiaobian tried to use a brush to brush such leaves, in addition, if in the usual maintenance management process, but when we found the yellow leaves of Phalaenopsis, the final color disease is mainly It is spread by aphids and juice friction, and there are few agents that can effectively deal with viruses(nursery pots). Therefore, the main preventive measures are to cut off the route of transmission.

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