Cacti milk is transparent, resembles water, milk – thick and white.
Like any plant, triangular jelly has its own peculiarities of care and inoculation. First, it is necessary to remember that these plants come from the tropics: accordingly, they love light very much, although in summer they need to be removed from the direct rays of the sun. Secondly, you shouldn’t pour triangular milk. If the ground is very wet, it will be reflected on its leaflets: small specks will appear on them, and in some cases the leaves simply start showering.
Thirdly, this plant species must necessarily have soil with the following components:
– brick crumb,
– leaf or sod earth.
It is worth remembering that every year it is advisable to change the topsoil in the pot so that the plant grows better. Also take into account that the triangular milk reaches a height of 2-3 meters, so in the pot it will be necessary to put stones on the bottom so that it is stable.
or grafting is the process of transplanting a part of a living plant to the tissue of another plant so that these parts become overused. This is needed in order for the plant to acquire new properties.
Virtually all species of milky plants can be used in breeding by grafting using stem cuttings. It is most common to cut off the twig at the base of the plant and then place it in a container of water. With the help of water, excess milk juice will be washed away, which negatively affects the vessels of the plant, clogging them.
Then this twig is discussed using a towel and put it in a dark room so that the wound from the cut will heal a little. Thus, taking a triangular milkweed stem and another stem, such as combed milkweed, bind them using a thick thread so that they begin to grow together. The process of adaptation and pressing takes a different period of time, but usually in two weeks the twigs have the first roots that will start intertwining, the sheets and shoots are formed only later. month.
In the forums you can find tips about the incision, so inoculate still tree plants. Amateur flower growers advise to make a T-shaped incision on a thick flower stalk and place there with a live cut cuttings of another kind of milkweed. However, this method can hardly be productive, the poisons of the flower-base contained in milk act like cells of human blood, decontaminating and sponsoring third-party elements, including inoculation against of another kind of milkweed.