Floating seedling is an agricultural planting technique used for green leafy vegetables, tobacco and other plants with a short growing period. It can ensure the consistency of plant growth and avoid soil diseases and insect pests caused by traditional cultivation methods. It is widely used in greenhouses all over the world. Planted. For some vegetable crops, the use of floating seedlings for plant cultivation and production in the greenhouse can bring greater profitability, higher quality, and extend the harvest time, limit and reduce the use of pesticides.
Most floating seedling raising techniques are produced by using foaming seedling trays. Soilless culture substrates such as peat and vermiculite are added to the seedling trays. After sowing, they are placed in a water bed. There are small holes at the bottom of the seedling trays to facilitate plants. The absorption of water and nutrients by the roots.
The cultivation environment of floating seedlings is characterized by high density and high humidity. Therefore, it is very important for the management of diseases, especially the transmission and infection of pathogens. The production materials and tools, and the operation process must be strictly disinfected to ensure pathogens and pests. There is no chance to infect the plant.