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Betel leaf plant is a creeper developed in India; it belongs to pepper family. Its waxy green, heart-molded leaves are utilized for medicinal and culinary purposes
It’s a lasting herb, which can also be developed in containers and hanging pots. You can develop it from cuttings and root division. Betel leaf flourishes well in pots.
Betel Leaf – Planting and care
Use the well drained potting mix to plant it such that water will empty out of it rapidly.
Pick a less blustery spot with partial shade for planting.
Daylight: It flourishes well in a hot and moist condition in partial shade.
Soil: Betel leaf prefers marginally acidic, sandy-loamy and daintily clammy soil yet not water logged. Utilize the all around depleted preparing blend to plant it such that water will empty out of it rapidly.
Water: Regular watering.
Temperature: 40 degrees C.
Fertilizer: Apply any natural compost.
Periodic encouraging in each couple of month in developing period of the plant with nitrogen-rich natural compost like fertilizer or manure is prescribed.