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Exposure

Curcuma alismatifoliaExposure is a very important factor to take into account when you want to grow Curcuma alismatifolia. This is because the plant, having tropical origins, prefers therefore minimum temperatures above 12-15 ° C, even during the winter months. It prefers bright locations, but not directly exposed to sunlight. During the cold months the containers are kept away from the cold, in a cool and dry place.

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Watering

curcuma This plant needs a hot, humid climate to develop; from March to September-October it needs regular and abundant watering, avoiding leaving water in the saucer, and letting the soil dry slightly between one watering and the other. If the climate is very dry, it is advisable to spray the leaves periodically.

Towards the beginning of autumn the leaves begin to yellow, from this moment we avoid watering the plant: the leaves will dry up and the rhizome begins a period of dormancy, during which we avoid watering, and leave the pot in a cool and dry place, with temperatures above 15 ° C. Watering begins again when the shoots of the new leaves emerge from the ground.

Multiplication

Reproducing our seedlings is an operation that can give us great satisfaction. To do this, you just need to know the most suitable multiplication methods to use and proceed as explained below. With the passing of the years, the rhizomatous roots tend to widen and form large heads, it is possible to remove small portions, to be repotted individually, which will give rise to new plants.

Land

curcuma The curcuma alismatifolia it is grown in soft and light soil, rich in organic matter and well drained, neutral or slightly acid. The soil in which our plants are grown is another element not to be underestimated. Wrong soil can limit the optimal growth of the plant! For this reason, it is advisable to inquire about the specific cultivation needs of turmeric before cultivating it.

Curcuma – Curcuma alismatifolia: Parasites and diseases

Usually these plants are not affected by pests or diseases, although sometimes they can be affected by cochineal. These are pests that feed on the sap of the plants and can be defeated by manually removing them with cotton balls soaked in alcohol. If watered during the winter months, they can be attacked by the radical rottenness, which quickly causes the death of the plant.

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