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"1: Ramming propagation
Ram propagation is the most commonly used method of propagation. One is to dig out all the mother plants and replant them; the other is to dig out a part of the plants from one side of the mother plants to make seedlings, and leave the remaining plants to continue to grow. When digging and dividing seedlings, try to minimize root damage, and plant seedlings immediately after digging and dividing seedlings. After the seedlings are dug out, the soil should be shaken off, and the plants should be separated one by one, or every 2~3 buds should form a clump, and the mother plants should be broken up and down. Cut off the old roots, decayed roots and diseased roots growing from the lower part of the rhizome, and only keep 1 to 2 layers of new roots, and cut off the excessively long roots, leaving about 10cm in length.
2: Cutting propagation
After the day lily is harvested, select the bracts from the middle and upper part of the blooms to be bright green, and the growth points under the bracts are obvious. Cut out about 15cm above and below the growth point, and insert them in a slightly curved shape. In the soil, bury the upper and lower ends in the soil, so that the part of the bracts with growth points is exposed on the ground, and slightly covered with fine soil for protection; or insert it at an inclination angle of 30°, and the depth of the soil can cover the buds. Appropriate. It is best to insert the cuttings that are cut on the same day to prevent the cuttings from losing water and affecting their survival. Water must be irrigated on the day and the next day after insertion, so that the cuttings are in close contact with the soil. The soil moisture should be kept at about 40% in the future. Roots and shoots can grow after about 1 week. Pay attention to cold weather in winter. After 1 year of cultivation, there are 12 tillers per plant with a large number of tillers, and 5 at least, and they will bloom in the following year."

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