With the improvement of people’s material level, people pay more and more attention to the quality of life. People grow flowers and plants themselves, and cultivate flowers. The soil is the basis for the growth of flowers. The soil can store abundant nutrients and microorganisms for a long time. It continuously provides energy for the growth and development of flowers and trees. Soil also plays a role in fixing plants. There are many types of soil, and its structure, texture, fertility, pH and other factors directly affect the growth of flowers. Therefore, we must learn to use highly intelligent soil monitor to reasonably detect soil data and conduct scientific breeding. So what kind of soil monitor can reasonably detect soil data?
Soil factors affecting flower growth:
First of all, soil organic matter is the main source of soil nutrients. Under the action of soil microorganisms, it decomposes and releases a variety of macro-elements and trace elements needed for plant growth. Therefore, soils with high organic matter content are not only fertile, but also have good physical properties. Conducive to the growth of flowers and trees. Soil aeration, temperature and water content also directly affect the respiration of flower and tree roots, the absorption of nutrients and the transformation of microorganisms. Secondly, the pH of the soil determines the microbial activity and physical and chemical properties of the soil.
Different flower varieties have different requirements for soil pH. Most flowers and trees are suitable for neutral soil, and orchids, rhododendrons, pineapples and other flowers and trees. A slightly acidic soil with a pH value below 6 is required. Tamarix, Pinus tabulaeformis, marigolds, perennial phlox, etc. are suitable for growing in alkaline soils with a pH value higher than 7. Most greenhouse flowers adapt to acid or slightly acid soil. The pH value also affects the flower color, such as hydrangea, the flower color is blue when the pH value is low. It is pink when the pH is high.
Different types of soil have different effects on different types of flowers
First, the sandy soil has large particles, strong permeability and good drainage, but poor water retention, rapid increase and decrease in soil temperature, large temperature difference between day and night, and low nutrient content. It is generally used for the preparation of cultivating soil or cutting and cultivating seedlings.
Second, the clay particles have small gaps, tight soils, poor permeability and poor drainage performance, but strong water retention performance. Contains a lot of minerals and organic substances, and has strong fertility retention. The soil temperature difference between day and night is small, and the soil temperature rises slowly in early spring, which is unfavorable for the growth of seedlings and most flowers. Generally not used alone.
Third, the loam has moderate particle size, good permeability, high organic matter content, strong water and fertility retention, and stable soil temperature day and night. Suitable for the growth of most flowers.