The slender leaves and stems of the Fulvous Bamboo symbolize good fortune and prosperity. It is also known as "lucky bamboo" and is a very popular ornamental plant. There are many different types of bamboo, including golden-sided, silver-sided, golden-hearted and silver-hearted. You can choose to cultivate them in soil or in water, and today I'd like to introduce you to the aquaculture method of the bamboo.
The bamboo stems and leaves are slender and soft, signifying good fortune and prosperity. It is a very popular ornamental plant. There are many different types of bamboo, including golden-sided bamboo, silver-sided bamboo, golden-hearted bamboo and silver-hearted bamboo. You can choose to cultivate them in soil or in water, and today I'd like to introduce you to the aquaculture method of the bamboo.
The best way to raise the bamboo in water is to choose mineral water or tap water that has been dried. Mineral water contains minerals, which are very beneficial to the growth of fulvous bamboos. In addition, tap water contains chlorine, which should not be used directly. Chlorine is a strong oxidizing agent and can have a destructive effect on bamboo.
The frequency of water changes: If the bamboo is not yet rooted, you can change the water once every 2-3 days. If you have roots, you can change the water once a month. When changing the water, you can add nutrient solution or fertilizer to the water, usually put it once in half a month, do not put too much, easy to rot the roots or cause the leaves to yellow.
The growth temperature of the bamboo: the bamboo likes a warm and humid environment, the appropriate growth temperature at 18-24 degrees Celsius. If the temperature is too low, yellow-brown patches will appear on the edges of the leaves, so pay attention to heat preservation and warmth in winter. You can often turn the bottle to ensure that each side of the bamboo can be exposed to sunlight.
Fulviculture pruning: When pruning Fulviculture, clean off the yellowing leaves and trim off the dry parts of the leaves in time. If the roots are rotten, you can cut off the rotten roots and put them in water for re-cultivation. If you have just bought a fuchsias from the market, you can choose to cut the roots diagonally in order to make the roots grow lushly.
The above is an introduction to the aquaculture method of Fulviculture, which you can use as a reference.