Goldfruit palm

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Caring for a Dypsis palm in mineral substrate requires special attention and care to keep the plant healthy and happy. Here are a few tips:

  1. Light requirements: The goldfruit palm needs a lot of indirect sunlight. Place it in a location where it gets bright but not direct sunlight. An east or west-facing window is often perfect.

  2. Watering: Make sure that the mineral substrate never dries out completely, but avoid overwatering. Allow the top layer of the substrate to dry slightly between waterings. A good trick is to pour about 1/3 of the water over the substrate and the rest over the water tank.

  3. Humidity: Goldfruit palms like it a little more humid. Spray the leaves regularly with water to increase the humidity.

  4. Temperature: Keep the room temperature constant between 20-25 degrees Celsius. Avoid sudden temperature fluctuations and drafts.

  5. Fertilization: During the growth period (spring and summer), fertilize your gold fruit palm every 4-6 weeks with a balanced, liquid fertilizer. Reduce fertilization in winter.

  6. Pests and diseases: Check the plant regularly for pests such as spider mites or aphids. If you discover any, take appropriate measures to get rid of them.

  7. Pruning: Regularly remove dead or damaged leaves to maintain the health of the plant.

By following these tips, you can ensure that your goldfruit palm thrives healthily and happily in the mineral substrate.

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