After the flowers of the daffodils wither, take out the bulbs, cut off the dead flowers and dead leaves, remove the dry roots, sterilize and dry, wrap them in newspapers, and store them in a low-temperature dry environment.
This method is very common and can be applied to both hydroponic and soil cultured bulbs. The soil-cultivated daffodil bulbs can also be preserved by burying them in the soil. Apply enough basal fertilizer in the soil, bury the bulbs in the fertile and loose soil, and apply appropriate topdressing.
First, the method of ball preservation
1. Store in a dry place: After the flowers wither, you can take out the seed bulbs, then cut off the dead flowers and leaves of the daffodils, remove the dry roots, and clean the soil on the surface. After that, prepare a solution of disinfection and sterilization, put the daffodils in it and soak for a while, and then put them in a cool and ventilated place to dry the water on the surface of the bulbs. After the bulbs are dry, they can be wrapped in newspaper and stored in a low temperature dry environment. This method is very common and can be applied to both hydroponic and soil cultured bulbs.
2. Deep burial in soil: For soil-raised daffodils, it can also be buried in soil for preservation. Apply enough basal fertilizer to the soil, bury the bulbs deep in fertile, loose soil, and after the new leaves grow, appropriate topdressing is required.
Second. How to choose?
1. Observe the appearance: first observe the appearance of the seed bulbs, select the narcissus seed bulbs with bright skin and brown color, and check whether there are wounds on the surface and whether there are signs of decay. It is larger in size, with clear and clean lines, and there are obvious root systems underneath.
2. Feeling with the hand: When you touch it with your hand, you will feel the elasticity, which is relatively full and full, and feels relatively hard, not dry or shriveled.