Export quality flower can be easily obtained by meeting the requirements of the anthurium plant.
The cause of poor quality flowering is the lack of proper environmental factors to support the growth of the plant.
We identify the environmental factors that are required for the growth requirements of the anthurium plant.
- Water vapor humidity
In export cultivation, the use of artificial shade nets is compulsory as a uniform shade should be provided for all plants.
80% of shade nets are used for areas up to 2000 feet above sea level. 70% of shade nets have been exposed to areas with altitudes from 2000 to 4,000 feet above sea level.
The percentage of shade provided depends on factors such as light, temperature and water vapor.
Proper proportions of shade nets make for a healthy and productive crop.
Using inaccurate shade nets is a big risk in exporting and can be avoided by being aware of this before you start cultivation.
Determines the percentage of light relative to the shade.
Proper lighting percentage is essential for a successful flowering.
Between 11:00 am and 3:00 pm, light from the shade net should be reflected in the shade.
Celsius above normal. A decrease of 5’C (5’C) is present within the insulation.(on net house)
Daytime temperatures range from 20’C – 35’C is not a problem.
Night temperature should not be less than 15’C
Anthurium is not recommended for areas where the temperature is below 150C, as there are many problems with the cultivation.
Moisture in the environment is known as water vapor humidity.
If the flowers and leaves of the plant are glowing, it is possible to assume that the humidity is optimal.
If the flowers and leaves appear coarse, without shining, it can be concluded that proper water vapor humidity is not available.
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