ISOLEPIS cernua LIVE WIRE

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ISOLEPIS cernua LIVE WIRE

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“Fiberglasgras”. Eenjarig. Optimale kiemtemperatuur: 18-20ºC. Teeltduur: 13 weken. Na de kiem de temperatuur verhogen tot 20-22ºC. Daarna kan de temperatuur weer zakken naar 18-20ºC. Zaai 1 pellet per 6-10 cm pot en 3 pellets in grotere potten. Moet vochtig gehouden worden. Meest geschikt voor potten. Groeit eerst rechtop maar buigt later. Geen remming nodig. Staat liefst in de schaduw maar kan ook in de volle zon
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Grass Isolepis Cernua Live Wire
(Isolepis cernua)


Germination

Germination takes 6 days.

Soil temperature: 64 to 68°F (18 to 20°C). Live Wire Isolepis germinates most uniformly around 65°F (18° C).

Light: Required for germination and early seedling growth.

Moisture: Keep soil wet (level 4) during Stage 1.

Humidity: Maintain 100% relative humidity (RH) until radicles emerge.

Plug Production

Media
Use a well-drained, disease-free, soilless medium with a pH of 5.5 to 6.1 and a medium initial nutrient charge (EC less than 0.75 mmhos/cm with a 1:2 extraction).

Sowing
Each multi-seed pellet will generally yield 3 to 4 plants. Plug tray sizes from 406 to 288 cells are recommended. If desired, 128 and 72 cells are also suitable. Live Wire Isolepis can be sown without cover.


Stage 1-- Germination takes 6 days.

Soil temperature: 64 to 68°F (18 to 20°C). Live Wire Isolepis germinates most uniformly around 65°F (18° C).

Light: Required for germination and early seedling growth.

Moisture: Keep soil wet (level 4) during Stage 1.

Humidity: Maintain 100% relative humidity (RH) until radicles emerge.

Stage 2
Soil temperature: 64 to 70°F (18 to 21°C)

Light: Up to 2,500 f.c. (26,900 Lux)

Moisture: Reduce soil moisture slightly (level 3) to allow root to penetrate into the media.

Fertilizer: Apply fertilizer at rate 1 (< 100 ppm N/ < 0.7 mS/cm EC) from nitrate form fertilizers with low phosphorous.
Stage 3
Soil temperature: 64 to 68°F (18 to 20°C)

Light: Up to 2,500 f.c. (26,900 Lux)

Moisture: Allow media further dry to the surface become light brown (level 2) before watering. Do not allow the seedlings to wilt.

Fertilizer: Increase fertilizer to rate 2 (100 to 175 ppm
N / 0.7-1.2 mS/cm EC).

Growth Regulators: Not needed.

Stage 4
Soil temperature: 64 to 66°F (18 to 19°C)

Light: Up to 5,000 f.c. (53,800 Lux) if temperature can be controlled.

Moisture: Same as stage 3.

Fertilizer: Same as stage 3.

NOTE: Live Wire Isolepis plugs can be held for about
2 weeks without affecting the subsequent growth after transplanting provided they are adequately watered.

Growing On to Finish

Media
Use a well-drained, disease-free, soilless medium with a pH of 5.5 to 6.2 and a medium initial nutrient charge.

Temperature

Nights: 64 to 66°F (18 to 19°C)

Days: 66 to 74°F (19 to 23°C)
Plants can be grown under temperatures as low as
50ºF (10ºC) but the crop time will increase significantly.

Light
3,000 to 5,000 f.c. (30,000 to 54,000 Lux). Live Wire
Isolepis can tolerant light shade.

Irrigation
Live Wire Isolepis likes moist to wet medium. The plants can even grow in standing water. Do not allow plants to dry out, as this will cause the foliage to become yellow.

Fertilizer
Apply fertilizer 175-225ppm N (EC 1.2-1.5 mS/cm) once a week is adequate, but the plants can tolerate higher rates or more frequent fertilization. The heavier fertilization is, the faster the plants will grow.

Growth Regulators
Growth regulators are not needed. Live Wire Isolepis is naturally compact.

Photoperiod
Live Wire is a long day plant. It will flower when daylength is longer than 12 hours.

Pinching
Pinching is not needed.


Crop Scheduling
Sow to transplant (406 to 288-cell plug tray):
5 weeks. Add one more week for 128 and 72-cell plug tray but reduce post-transplant crop time by one week.


Transplant to saleable size: Container Size: 306 premium pack Plants per Pot/Basket: 1
Weeks from Transplant: 6-7

Total Weeks: 11-12

Container Size: 2.5-in. (6-cm) pot

Plants per Pot/Basket: 1

Weeks from Transplant: 4-5

Total Weeks: 9-10

Container Size: 4 to 4.5-in. (10 to 11-cm) pot

Plants per Pot/Basket: 1

Weeks from Transplant: 6-7

Total Weeks: 11-12

Container Size: 6 to 6.5-in. (15 to 16-cm) pot

Plants per Pot/Basket: 3

Weeks from Transplant: 6-7

Total Weeks: 11-12
Container Size: Gallon

Plants per Pot/Basket: 3

Weeks from Transplant: 6-7

Total Weeks: 11-12

Common Problems
No major insect or disease issues.


Note: Growers should use the information presented here as a starting point. Crop times will vary depending on the climate, location, time of year, and greenhouse environmental conditions. Chemical and PGR recommendations are only guidelines. It is the
responsibility of the applicator to read and follow all the current label directions for the specific chemical being used in accordance with all regulations.

“Information copied from the breeder.
Muller will not accept any liability for failure and/or damage as a consequence of incorrect and/or inexpert cultivation by or on behalf of the Buyer.”