How to strengthen the feeding and management of autumn pigs? Now make some simple introductions on common issues for reference by farmers. Anti-poisoning The autumn pig raising, in addition to strengthening conventional feed management, also needs to do a good job of storing pig feed and fattening
[Scientific name] Hibiscus rosasinensis [alias] Zhu Xi, Fusang [Genus] Malvaceae Fuso produces Fujian Province, Guangdong Province, Yunnan Province, Taiwan Province, southern Zhejiang Province, and Sichuan Province. The Indochina Peninsula is also distributed. Hi light, shade can grow, but litt
Astragalus is an evergreen shrub belonging to the genus Apocynaceae and Astragalus. The plants grow upright and are about 2 meters high. Pots are generally controlled at about 1 meter. Leaves 3 to 5 whorled, leaf blade elliptic or oblanceolate, leaves 5 to 12 cm long, 1.5 to 4 cm wide, pubescent.
Following the wood, also known as wood, evergreen shrubs or small trees. Three to eight flowers are clustered at the top of the new shoots. The petals are linear and yellow-white. The flowering period is from April to May. Red wood is the wood variant, the flowers and leaves are purple, long flower
Cactaceous orchids, immortals, and artificial flowers are three kinds of flowers that are easily confused. They are also cactus plants, and their forms are somewhat similar. The flat stem sections are all branched. In fact, the three species are different, regardless of the stem section, the shape
Half-branch Alias â€‹â€‹Long Xi Peony, Pine needle peony, Big flower purslane, Sun flower, the common name "can not die", is the annual herbaceous purslane, purslane herb. Plant height 10 cm to 15 cm, stems similar to growth, succulent, succulent fine hair. Leaves alternate or
Planting vanilla flowers is a new fashion for flower cultivation in the world today. In the United States, an average of 15 to 20 kinds of herbs are grown per family. In China's urban and rural areas, due to the improvement of the living environment, more and more families are planting vanilla