When raising narcissus, the seed bulbs should be treated first, the dry seed coats should be cleaned first, and the stumps and rotten roots should be trimmed, and the wounds should be disinfected and dried before planting.

Also pay attention to the water quality to ensure cleanliness. Change the water frequently before rooting, once a day or two. After rooting, you don't need to change the water too often, just once a week. In addition, pay attention to the maintenance of the environment, the light should be sufficient, and the ventilation should be good.

1. Ball handling

The water-raised daffodils should be treated first, the dry parts of the outer layer should be cleaned, and the residual roots and rotten roots should be cut off. The treated wound should also be disinfected, and it should be placed in a cool place to dry before planting.

2. Water quality treatment

The most important thing in aquaculture is the water quality. With unclean water, the seed balls are easy to rot, and it is difficult to survive. It is best to use clean purified water for maintenance. If you use tap water, it is recommended to leave it for two days, and wait for the chlorine inside to evaporate before use.

3. Frequency of water change

If the water culture protector has not taken root, the frequency of water changes should be more frequent. It is best to change it once a day or two, and pay attention to the amount of water. The amount of water should not be too much, otherwise it will affect the respiration of the bulbs and easily lead to rotten roots. After rooting, you don't need to change the water frequently, just once a week or so. In addition, pay attention to adding a few drops of nutrient solution when changing the water to promote more vigorous growth.

4. Environmental requirements

The growth of daffodils is inseparable from light, and water-growing needs the sun even more. Therefore, it is usually recommended to put it in a well-lit place indoors, and let it get more sunlight, so that it will grow faster when the light is sufficient. Also open the windows frequently for more ventilation. The breeding environment should not be too closed, and the air should be circulated. In addition, pay attention to the temperature, it is best to maintain it at about 20 degrees.