How should the newly received tissue culture seedlings be treated?

Tissue culture is a popular plant culture technology. In particular, some plant culture companies usually have their own tissue culture rooms, and the tissue culture of plants usually starts with seedlings. So what should we do when we just receive the tissue culture seedlings? This is what many people want to know. We will give a detailed answer to this question.

How should the newly received tissue culture seedlings be treated

When you first receive it, you need to look at the form. There are three forms: puffiness, overgrown and normal.

Because the humidity inside the bottle is relatively high and the nitrogen, phosphorus and potassium elements are relatively sufficient, the plants are puffy. This kind of tissue culture seedling looks very full, but when it is taken out and let the wind blow, the leaves can become as thin as a piece of paper in two hours. Before the bottle is taken out, it can be improved by replacing it with a breathable tissue culture bottle, with strong light, reducing auxin and a large number of elements, or increasing the amount of agar.

There are many overgrown people who can't see the features at all. It takes one or several growing seasons to grow new leaves before they can get their hands on them.

Another one is hard and won't easily shrink into a flat shape. For example, some seedlings are very good-looking in bottles, and even the characteristic lines can be seen. This kind of seedling can grow smoothly by taking it and planting it casually. If you get puffy seedlings like those just mentioned, you must overdo them in a high humidity environment. The survival rate is very low, and the reason is the same as that of overgrown plants.

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After looking at the size, I was looking for any wounds.

This kind without wound can be directly contacted with the material, and it is ok to plant it and water it immediately.

Usually the roots are cut. This kind of wound must be put to heal. Keep it in a cool and astigmatic place for a week or two. You can use carbendazim.

Peat and perlite can be used to prepare soil for tissue culture, and some greenhouses are used, and the effect is also very good. The soil needs to be clean and hardened with pure particles.

Temperature is also more important.

About 20 degrees is better. Bacteria are not so active at this temperature. Of course, like sowing, sowing in autumn is better, but it is also OK in summer. You can choose to harden with pure peat in summer.

The above is a summary of the knowledge about how to deal with the newly received tissue culture seedlings. After reading the article, we all know some treatment knowledge. Let's first look at the status of plants, whether they are puffy, overgrown or normal. Let's see if there are any wounds. If necessary, put them in a cool place for healing. Temperature and soil are both important. You can contact us for a detailed understanding.

Post time: Nov-16-2021