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Kiwi Fallen Leaves How to Do

Publish Time: 2023-01-09 Views: 11

Kiwi fruit is native to the sunny slope of the northern foot of Qinling Mountains. It is warm and humid by nature. Its leaves are large and thin. It likes light, but it is afraid of indirect illumination by strong light. Therefore, once the winter temperature is low and accompanied by drought, the leaves will be burned and lead to defoliation. Moreover, the earlier the low temperature season comes, the earlier the defoliation occurs. If the high temperature and drought continue, the leaves of kiwi fruit orchard will often be withered and fallen, especially when the high temperature above 35 ℃ lasts for a long time, the more serious it will be, which will have a serious impact on the tree vigor and yield of kiwi fruit. Therefore, it should be controlled according to the causes.


1.Timely understanding of weather conditions, such as the recent rainfall, after the rain to pay close attention to topdressing, spraying fertilizer, extend the life of leaves; Make full use of water conservancy facilities, timely watering, maximum protection of trees, leaves.

2.Spray 250 times of grain vinegar or 200 times of high fat film in time, and spray 0.3% aspirin.

3.The results show that the canopy inner canopy layer of kiwi fruit is too thick, the ventilation is poor, the leaf synthesis capacity is lower than the consumption capacity, and the inner chamber leaves are basically in a parasitic state, which is easy to fall off. In this case, the branches should be thinned in time, the old leaves should be beaten, the skylight should be opened, and the inner chamber light should be increased.

4.When leaves and plants are seriously damaged, irrigation and soil loosening should be carried out in time to promote root development and enhance plant recovery ability.

5.If the soil fertilizer is not used properly, it is necessary to carry out field irrigation and fertilizer washing to reduce the fertilizer concentration.