Kumquat

The solution of Kumquat falling leaves

Flower lovers in the South may not have experienced the fall of Fortunella leaves, on the contrary, this often happens in the north. If there is too much water, coupled with the humid air in the south, it is easy to cause root problems of plants.

3 tips for Kumquat farming and pruning

Variety characteristics

(1) Good quality

The peel of Fortunella is extremely smooth, with few oil cells and no pungent spicy taste. The plant techniques are as follows:

(1) Garden selection

Fragile Fortunella has strong adaptability and can be planted on various types of soil, but it is suitable for deep soil layer, rich organic matter content, convenient drainage and irrigation, slight acid or neutral sandy loam.

Kumquat breeding method

According to their living habits, peat and perlite or vermiculite (1:1) mixed substrate plant mode can drain water smoothly and keep moisture, and suitable acidity. Guangdong’s experience is that in order to enjoy the fruits on New Year’s day and Spring Festival, it is necessary to sprout summer shoots and form flower buds from late May to June 11.

5 tips for raising Kumquats

After autumn, the amount of watering for Fortunella trees should be gradually reduced in winter, but the potted soil needs to be replenished immediately due to the fruit hanging. To prevent frost damage, you can water the soil once before it freezes, and then wrap the entire container in rice straw bags for cold protection, or bury it in a ditch.

8 tips for breeding potted Kumquats

It is dry and windy in spring, so it is necessary to spray water on the leaf surface once a day to increase air humidity. If the room temperature is too high, the plant can not get full dormancy, then the next year growth is weak, easy to drop flowers and buds.

8 tips for planting and managing potted Kumquats

It is dry and windy in spring, so it is necessary to spray water on the leaf surface once a day to increase air humidity. If the room temperature is too high, the plant can not get full dormancy, then the next year growth is weak, easy to drop flowers and buds.

8 tips for raising Kumquats

If the room temperature is too high, the plant can not get full dormancy, then the next year growth is weak, easy to drop flowers and buds. Pests

The branches and leaves of Kumquat are often damaged by scale insects, red spiders, and Phoenix saucer larvae.

5 tips for growing Kumquats

If the room temperature is too high, the plant can not get full dormancy, then the next year growth is weak, easy to drop flowers and buds. Pest control

It has been proved by many years of practice that Fortunella has not found any diseases, only the Yellow Butterfly (also known as citrus Papilio) is harmful.

9 tips for growing Kumquats

During the water making period, 0.2% – 0.3% potassium dihydrogen phosphate solution can be sprayed to promote the formation of fine flower buds. When pruning, pay attention to the balance of all parts of the whole tree to make the height and crown round head neat and consistent.

4 tips for admiring Kumquat cultivation

The late autumn and winter are the flower bud differentiation period, while the pot soil is dry.

Pest control

According to many years of practice, Fortunella has not found any disease, only yellow butterfly (also known as citrus Papilio) damage.