Care of trees during the monsoon

During the monsoon, rain water is very useful for the plants. Like rainwater, potassium is sodium, magnesium, sulfate and nitrate ions. Moreover, this rain water contains nitrogen which ensures the essential nutrients of the plant. The roof or porch plants look different after a fall. The evergreen green just feels refreshing, which makes the eyes look dull. Yes, this rainwater is much more nutrient rich than your tap water, so the leaves of the tree seem even more green during the rainy season. However, this excess rainfall causes many harmful effects on the tree. During the monsoon, the damaging aspects of the tree and how to resolve it and increase the yield of the tree were discussed.

(3) Keeping the tree in shade

Monsoon rains cause a lot of damage to some plants. Cactus or succulent tree cannot tolerate much water so it is best not to keep them under open sky. These trees should be kept in the shade or in the house.

(2) Maintenance of drainage system

The most important thing is to ensure the drainage of the trees. For any indoor tree it is necessary to pick a tub or pot that has holes for drainage. And lately big drums are used so it is important to keep in mind that these drums have a certain amount of holes.

If the water is still visible in the tub after the rain, then the tub should be tilted to one side and drain the water. If the soil does not dry, it should be given a little spare so that the entire soil can be dried. And if the soil of the tree is not dry, then it is best to bring it home in case of a rainstorm. Now, one of the causes of dengue fever in the house during the rainy season is the accumulation of water in the tub. So it is important to look for regular tree tubs so that the water is not frozen.

(3) Do not water the tree

An ambiguous question to everyone is: Should water be provided to the trees during the monsoon? The answer is no. Heavy rainfall causes water shortage in the trees.

Therefore, water should not be provided until the soil of the tree is dry. One thing to keep in mind is that the tree does not die due to lack of water but if the water is high, the tree is likely to die.

(4) To fill the tub with soil

In the summer, as we fill the soil of the tub up to a few inches deep but in the rainy season, the tub should be filled with soil to prevent the rain from drying out.

(3) Soil making

During the rainy season, it is necessary to select the type of soil so that the soil can absorb water very quickly. And so it is useful to use clay soil.

In case of soil preparation, sand and gravel should be mixed more with mixing fertilizers with soil. In this case, the soil should be mixed with cocodist or perlite.

(3) Remove the tub of the tree

Often an ant or other small insect builds a nest under the tub. These insects do a lot of damage to the plants. So remove the tub of the tree and destroy the insects.

(3) Fertilizer

It is best not to apply fertilizer during the rainy season. Because the amount of nitrogen or other ingredients in rain water serves as a plant food. Therefore, fertilizer should not be given. If you feel the need to give fertilizer alone, then you should give organic fertilizer. It is better not to give any other chemical fertilizer.

(3) Pesticides

Like fertilizers, it is best not to use pesticides during the rainy season. However, organic pesticides should be applied to kill insects. Spray 1 ml liter of neem oil, 3 drops of soapy water and water into the leaves.

Pesticides should be applied if the tree holds the buds, so that it is less likely to attack the insect on other buds or leaves. (4) Fungicides The most important thing to do during the monsoon is to spray fungicides every 6 days. Because the rain water is sprayed in the rain during this monsoon, the branches of the tree are lost. Therefore, any fungicides should be sprayed near the hand.

(3) To give the scalp

When the storm rains, sometimes the trees, especially the saplings, move down. Therefore, to maintain the position of the tree, the tree should be fastened with a knife.

(3) Worm infestation

Occasionally it is seen that there is a lot of mud on the soil of the tree. There is no reason to panic. Because earthworms are called nature plows. This soil increases the fertility of the soil.

(12) Cut off dead pulses

The dead leaves of the tree, or dead flowers, should be cut off.

If there is an unobtrusive stem or leaf, it disrupts the flow of food or water to the tree just as the tree feels unhealthy.

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