Mangosteen is a mature fruit in summer. When mangosteen is mature, the fruit pedicle is green and the pulp is white. In the process of maintaining mangosteen, it is necessary to provide appropriate water for the plant and provide a relatively humid environment for the plant. At the same time, it is also necessary to provide appropriate nutrients and light for the plant, so that the plant can grow better and bear more fruits.
Mangosteen has a great demand for water in the process of growth. When maintaining mangosteen, it is necessary to provide appropriate water for the plant to grow better.
When watering, it is necessary to reasonably control the amount of watering to avoid excessive watering leading to plant ponding, rot and death. In the maintenance of mangosteen, it is also necessary to provide appropriate nutrients for the plant to improve the growth rate of the plant. When applying fertilizer to plants, attention should also be paid to the selection of fertilizer. Generally, nitrogen fertilizer can be used during the plant growth period, and phosphorus fertilizer or potassium fertilizer should be used before and after the plant flowering period.
Mangosteen is suitable for growing in an environment with sufficient light. It is also necessary to provide suitable light for the plant during maintenance, so that the plant can normally carry out photosynthesis. It is also necessary to pay attention to the light intensity when providing light for the plant. It is best to shade the plant when the light is too strong.