In the process of planting orchids, the seeds can be sterilized and then immersed in thin sodium chlorate for germination. Before planting, add appropriate amount of coarse sand, coarse sand and charcoal. After thoroughly disinfecting the soil, Buried in the soil, keep it moist after pouring water, and give sufficient light treatment at a young age.
1. Seed processing
Seed treatment is the basic requirement of orchid seed planting methods as follows. Because orchid seeds are relatively fine, it is best to choose mature seeds that have not yet cracked, sterilize the seeds in an alcohol solution once, and soak them in 10% sodium chlorate. After 5 to 10 minutes, wash it several times and place it on the medium. Keep the temperature at about 25 ° C to germinate quickly.
2. Matrix preparation
The selected flower pots are mainly peat pots. After adding an appropriate amount of cinder, coarse sand and charcoal, add a mixture of peat soil and sandy loam soil, plow the soil once, and spray the appropriate amount of water after pouring water. The potassium manganate solution is thoroughly disinfected to kill the germs inside.
The germinated seedlings are buried in the soil, covered with a layer of fine soil of about 3 cm, and poured into the root water once to keep the soil moist. After 4 to 5 true leaves are grown, transplant it. During the season, you should move into the room or cover the rain. In the dry season, spray and moisturize the leaves every night.
4. Post-plant management
In the spring and summer season, it is best to perform shading. Generally, it is placed in a south-facing ventilation window. The flower pot is often rotated every day to expose the orchid to all sides. In the autumn, it is given a half-day light time. Indoors, it can also be covered with a layer of hay to keep warm and moisturize.