Crowngrass can usually be cultivated by the method of splitting. It is best to separate the branches from healthy plants when splitting. After separation, the branches need to be soaked and disinfected in carbendazim solution. When breeding Crowngrass, it is best to choose smooth and clean fresh water. During the breeding process, the plant should receive sufficient light to prevent the plant from lacking light.
Many people do not know how the crown grass is cultivated. Crown grass is also known as Amazon sword grass, which belongs to the perennial submerged herb of the family Alismataceae, and the plant is very large. Crowngrass can be cultivated using the ramification method. With this method, the growth rate of cultivating plants is fast. It is best to separate the branches from healthy plants when rambling.
Later, the branches need to be soaked and disinfected in the carbendazim solution. Crown grass has high requirements for water quality. It is best to choose smooth and clean fresh water when breeding, and to change the water to the plants in time to keep the water clear. When breeding crown grass, gravel with a diameter of 3 to 5 mm can be used as a substrate, which has a better effect.
Crowngrass is a light-loving plant. It has certain requirements for light during the growth process. It is best to place the plant in a ventilated and well-lighted environment during cultivation to allow the plant to receive sufficient light. Crowngrass is hi-light but afraid of strong light. Plants can be exposed to astigmatism for 2 to 4 hours every day during breeding.
If you encounter long-term rainy days during cultivation, you can irradiate the plants with fluorescent lamps. When you irradiate with fluorescent lamps, you need to irradiate for 8 to 10 hours a day, otherwise the crown grass will have insufficient light. Crowngrass has a certain demand for fertilizer during the growing season. At this time, it is necessary to properly fertilize the plants, usually nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium fertilizers can be applied.