Improving Salak Plant


Salak (Salacca zalacca) is a species of palm tree (family Arecaceae) native to Java and Sumatra in Indonesia. Fibrous root can grow on the whole trunk of the tree. The more mature a plant, roots following the growth of the plant. These characteristics make it easier to improve so that productivity is maintained. For Salak, generally performed at the age of 10 years. Let us have a look at the methods.

  1. Prepare the grafts using a bucket.
  2. Wait until the roots grow long enough (±2months).
  3. Cut below the graft.
  4. Remove the bucket.
  5. Planting in the soil that has been fertilized (manure/organic).

Do you have a plant with fibrous root? You might be able to perform these methods. Be careful to your favorite plants because not all the fibrous roots plants can be transplanted. Or do you want to practice in Kelor? We are ready to help you.

========================Peremajaan Tanaman Salak===========================

Pohon salak termasuk jenis tanaman palma. Di sepanjang batang pohon, dapat tumbuh akar serabut. Semakin dewasa sebuah tanaman, akar mengikuti pertumbuhan tanaman tersebut.

Karakteristik seperti ini memudahkan peremajaan tanaman agar produktivitas tetap terjaga. Untuk tanaman salak, umumnya dilakukan pada umur 10 tahun. Caranya adalah sebagai berikut:

  1. Siapkan cangkokan menggunakan ember.
  2. Tunggu sampai tumbuh akar (± 2 bulan).
  3. Potong di bawah cangkokan.
  4. Lepaskan ember.
  5. Tanam di tanah yang telah disiapkan pupuk (kandang/organik).

Anda memiliki tanaman berakar serabut? Cara tersebut mungkin dapat dilakukan. Hati-hati dengan tanaman kesayangan anda karena tidak semua tanaman berakar serabut dapat dilakukan pencangkokkan. Atau anda mau mempraktikkannya di Kelor? Kami siap membantu anda mempraktikkannya.

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