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    Humidity.

    It is very important to maintain the premises necessary for the plant humidity. Some plants such as asparagus, never bloom indoors with dry air, even if it is watered as required. Too low humidity causes opadanie shoots and buds, and slows the growth of plants. Humidity in the room can be maintained in different ways. Primarily, this spraying. In a period of growth most of the plants sprayed every morning and evening. You can not spray plants in direct sunlight as this may cause burns the leaves. Gently spray or not spray at all (use other methods of humidification) plants with amplexicaul leaves, (stagnant water can cause rot), plants with velvety leaves (Gloxinia, Violet).

    Increase the humidity in the room will help large containers with water. You can increase humidity, surrounded by land in a pot with moss and keeping it moist. True, Moss will likely have to be changed periodically, as well as pick up and check the status of the land beneath it. Otherwise, if the soil is very wet, might lead the insects that are not visible in the moss, but can cause substantial harm. However, be aware that an overly moist air can also be harmful to plants, as well as dry. At too high humidity can occur rot spots on leaves, flowers or stems.

    Water spray should be soft and warm. Hard water, containing salts, can leave stains on the leaves. And the cold water trapped in the leaves, especially on sensitive plants may remain yellow or brown spots. When plants are necessarily require moist air, usually given specific advice - put a pot plant in the pan with water, wet pebbles or peat. But for the majority of plants are given such advice - frequent spraying, regular spraying or periodic spraying. Frequent and regular spraying - the same thing, I mean spraying in the morning and evening.

    Periodic spraying involves spraying at least once a day or two days, it refers generally to those plants that do not require humidity and periodic spraying is more hygienic role or refreshment plants, rather than increasing humidity. If the plant does not need to spray, it can not spray, but if sprayed standing next to the plant, then it will not harm. If the plant does not tolerate spraying, then do not put it next to those plants that will spray that would not contaminate it. In extreme cases, spraying the air around these plants and then from the very fine spray.

    Plants that do not require high humidity or tolerate dry air: Aloe, aspidistra, bokarneya, Gaster, hydrangea, hibiscus, ginura, groundsel, kalanchoe, Callistemon, desert cacti, Cleve, euphorbia, blasting, oleander, some peperomy, Radermacher, Roche, Strelitz, sansevieriya, stocks, stephanotis, sparmaniya, tradescantia, Tolman, Haworthia, hemantus, Chlorophytum, eucalyptus, euharis.

    You know that cacti like spraying, despite the fact that they are written. The only thing that should take into account, it's - to make spraying from the smallest gun that drops of water were like a speck of dust. Spraying too early in the morning and evening, at a time when the dew drops on the street. Spraying is carried out only in the summer and only in a warm room. At the same time avoid the draft. You say, what does it do, but, firstly, it is hygienic procedure, and secondly, the falling dew inherent in almost all latitudes, where the cacti grow in nature, only dew there is not the same as in our meadows - the legs to the knees raw and very light.

    Violets (Saintpaulia) do not like water splashing on the leaves, but in the summer during the hottest days of suffering from dry air. Therefore, in those days pots of violets is removed from the window sill and put on the floor, since the bottom floor of the coolest and least dry air (beware of drafts), other than that from the very fine spray several times per day sprayed the air around Viola, a method is very easy plant to survive the heat.

    Summer in the most heat, I'm from the powerful jet spray at night and sprayed the curtains on the window, so that they were very crude, increased humidity, and not only colors, but people became easier to breathe, the curtains in the morning dried up and do nothing for losing. The same thing I did in the lock with a very hot nights, when the boiler is not sorry for coal and the batteries were fiery. Besides, I have a habit of heating season, put the battery damp towel, folded several times, had to soak it three times - in the morning, after work and at night. In addition, morning and evening, I sprayed all the plants. As a result, my plants will not only feel good, but also grow well, including maidenhair and asparagus, which blooms every year.

     








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