Tips to Care Curry Leaf Plant  in Monsoon Season

Caring for a curry leaf plant in the monsoon requires special care due to the increased humidity, frequent rainfall, and pest problems.

Here are some essential tips to help you care for your curry leaf plant during the rainy season.

1. Ensure Proper Drainage

Good drainage is crucial for curry leaf plant. Excess moisture can lead to root rot and other fungal infections.

2. Avoid Overwatering

 Curry leaf plants do not thrive in constantly wet soil. Water only when the topsoil feels dry.

3. Prune Regularly

Trim off dead or yellowing leaves and any leggy growth. Pruning maintains the shape of the curry leaf plant and encourages bushy growth.

4. Protect from Pests

Pest attacks are common on all plants during monsoon. Use neem oil spray solution to control pests like mealybugs and aphids etc.

5. Provide Adequate Sunlight

Curry leaf plants require plenty of sunlight to thrive. Ensure your plant gets at least 4-6 hours of sunlight daily.

6. Repotting

The monsoon season is an ideal time for repotting curry leaf plant.

7. Give Fungicide Water in Soil

– Using a fungicide solution or cinnamon powder in the soil can help prevent fungal attacks.

8. Onion Peel Fertilizer

Onion peel fertilizer is beneficial for the development of robust root systems and ush foliage in curry leaf plant.

By following these essential tips, you can keep your curry leaf plant thriving and enjoy its fresh, aromatic leaves year-round.