Growing Cyclamen at home from A to Z (INFOGRAPHICS)

Pests and diseases

Cyclamen is characterized by the following diseases:

  1. Fusarium or dry rot.During this disease, cyclamen turns yellow and withers, most often on one side. To prevent the development of the disease, the root must be watered with a foundation, and the soil should be sprayed with topsin-M
  2. Wet rotUsually the source of contamination is water. Wet weather contributes to the spread. With this disease, the plant begins to fade quickly and an unpleasant putrid odor appears. Unfortunately, there is no way to fight this disease; cyclamen must be destroyed in order not to infect other plants.
  3. Gray rot.Appears on the leaves of the plant as a gray mold with the wrong arrangement of cyclamen, high humidity or improper watering. To avoid spreading, infected sites are carefully removed.The room is ventilated, and the plant must be watered less frequently until full recovery.
  4. Root rotIt affects the root system of cyclamen in the event that the tuber is planted in ordinary land. During the disease, the leaves of the plant become pale green. In order to avoid illness, the land should be treated with fungicide, although if the sprout is small, it is unlikely to be saved.
  5. Thrips.These insects appear during heat. Spots appear on flowers, the plant languishes, leaves curl. To eliminate pests, it is necessary to maintain a temperature balance, as well as to treat cyclamen with an insecticidal agent.
  6. Aphid.These small insects of green, gray or black flowers settle on cyclamen and eat all the beneficial substances in the plant. Because of this, the plant is deformed, the leaves quickly turn yellow and fall off, a sticky liquid appears on the surface. To destroy aphids, wipe the plant thoroughly with a damp cloth and treat it with insecticide.
  7. Cyclamen tick.Appears on the lower part of the leaves due to excessive moisture. It is almost impossible to notice, because the body of the insect is transparent.The leaves of cyclamen curl and turn yellow, the flowers quickly fall. To destroy the tick, the plant is treated with insecticide, the infected parts are removed.

Pests and diseases

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