Save Tulsi Plant in  Extreme Summer

Saving a Tulsi (Holy Basil) plant during the summer involves ensuring it gets the right amount of water, sunlight, and care.

Here are some pointers to help you keep your Tulsi plant healthy during the hot summer months:

Watering Water the plant deeply to keep the soil moist and prevent it from drying out in extreme hot temperatures. 

1. Morning Watering:  Water in the morning to help the plant stay hydrated throughout the day.

2. Deep Watering:  Ensure deep watering so that the roots get enough moisture. Water until it starts to drain out from the bottom of the pot.

Soil Prevent the soil from becoming dry and dull.

1. Keep Soil Moist Check the soil regularly to ensure it stays moist.

2. Well-Draining Soil Use well-draining soil to prevent waterlogging.

3. Mulching:  Mulch around the base of the plant to retain moisture and keep the soil cool.

Sunlight & Temperature Protect the plant from extreme heat/ Provide partial shade during the hottest part of the day.

Avoid Harsh Pruning Do not prune leaves and stems during extreme summer as it may harm the plant health.

Only  Prune Flowers and Seeds Only remove the flowers and seeds from the Tulsi plant to prevent it from dying.

Avoid Heavy Fertilizer Do not give heavy fertilizer during extreme temperature as it may harm the plant.

Tilling of Soil Tilling encourages aeration in the soil, promoting better oxygen flow to the roots and enhancing nutrient uptake by the plants.

By following these pointers, you can help your Tulsi plant thrive even in the hot summer months, ensuring it remains healthy and vibrant.