Ficinia Ice Crystal

Transplanting
Remove liner carefully from trays so as not to damage roots. Plant liner even with soil line. Keep soil surface of liner level with surface of finished pot.

Container Sizes and Crop Times
• Quart/4” from 72-cell liner: 1ppp. 14-16 weeks after transplant.
• Gallon/6” from 72-cell liner: 2ppp. 20-22 weeks after transplant.

Growing Media
Plant into a well-drainedmediawith a pH: 5.0-5.6

Temperature
Night temperature 55-58°F (13-14°C).
Day temperature 60-65°F (16-18°C).
Vernalization is not required. Once desired size is reach plants can be maintained at 55-58°F (13-14°C)

Light
High light is recommended. It will improve the intensity of the foliage variegation.

Water and Feed
Ficinia should be grown using a well balanced fertilizer at a rate of 150-175ppm.
The media should be moist but never saturated.

Growth Regulators
PGR application will not be necessary. Pinching is not suggested.

Insects and Diseases
Pythium and Rhizoctonia can occur if plants are overwatered. Ficinia can generally be grown free of insects.
Aphids, mealybugs, slugs, spider mites, thrips and whiteflies may appear occasionally. Preventive measures are typically not necessary.

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