Garden

Spring for summer residents is a time of trouble. The soil is prepared, the seeds are planted, all in anticipation of germination. But the weather in the offseason is unpredictable, at any time you can expect surprises. Wind, hail, frost, heavy rains, obsessive weeds, voracious rodents and birds are a threat to crops. The main task during this period is to reliably protect and create the most comfortable conditions for young plants.

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Among the pests of the garden one of the most voracious are slugs. They are dangerous not only because they significantly reduce the yield and quality of vegetables, contaminating them with mucus, but also suffer fungal and bacterial diseases. How to deal with slugs in the country? Slugs eat fallen and affected leaves, and then, crawling to a new healthy plant, they also affect it.

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Recently, the reception of mulching, that is, harboring the earth with various natural and artificial materials, has been spreading more and more widely among gardeners. This is not surprising, because this technique is prompted by nature itself. The English word mulch, from which we produce the verb "mulch" means dry grass that covers the ground for the winter.

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Chervil became famous for its subtle aroma with a slight tinge of anise, parsley and tarragon, as well as its original, slightly bitter taste. Chervil is a one-year plant from the Umbrella family, which is known as a spice. Chervil is good to use fresh, but to dry its leaves for the future is undesirable, since they lose their flavor.

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It would seem that the conversation with the weeds should be short: pulled out and into compost. But it turns out that some weeds can be useful if used correctly. Weed control at the site takes away a lot of time and effort from summer residents. However, the efforts that we spend on the destruction of weeds can be offset by using the beneficial properties of these plants.

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April is the best time for sowing seeds. What else needs to be done during this period in the garden? In the middle zone you can start sowing cold-resistant crops: beans, peas, onions, radishes, parsley, dill, parsnip. Early sowing is especially important in areas with light soil, which makes it possible to effectively use the soil moisture.

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Decorative cabbage is very popular among gardeners who want to make their site beautiful and cozy. This culture is usually bought with ready-made seedlings or grown from purchased seeds. However, you can try to grow decorative cabbage from the seeds collected by yourself. First of all, growing seeds of decorative cabbage, you need to understand that all the colorful bags from the store are hybrid varieties.

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The greatest harm to cucumbers in the greenhouse cause infection. Learn about the most dangerous of them. Anthracnose, askokhitoz, kladosporioz Symptoms of diseases are similar. On the leaves appear round spots or holes. It is important not to miss the moment to defeat the disease with harmless means. Countermeasures Powder with ash or a mixture of ash and lime sore leaves on all sides, after spraying water on the plant.

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When planting crops in the garden should regularly plan the crops. Over time, they will become the basis of culture on your site. This will help you plan in advance the purchase of seeds, sowing and planting vegetables, as well as easy to navigate the site and get a good harvest. First bed: dill and parsley Dill and parsley are frost-resistant crops.

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Often, gardeners are faced with such a pest of cucumbers, as aphid. Insects infect plants, resulting in reduced yield. How to avoid it? Signs of affection During the growing season, 8 or more pest generations develop. It usually affects the underside of leaves, as well as the ovaries and flowers of plants.

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In order to get strong and friendly shoots, and therefore a consistently high yield of potato products, it is necessary to properly prepare the tubers for planting. In potato tubers that have undergone gardening, the content of a substance such as solanine increases. Thanks to solanine, tubers are less susceptible to pathogens of putrefying diseases, and are also practically not damaged by rodents.

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Planting seedlings in the ground - a crucial stage in the cultivation of vegetable crops. During this period, the plants are very vulnerable and require careful maintenance. To seedlings quickly began and went to growth, you need to follow some rules. Preparation of seedlings for transplanting Hardening. Seedlings intended for open ground must be hardened.

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Most often late blight can be found on tomatoes, potatoes, peppers and eggplants. Learn how to deal with the disease with the help of folk remedies. Late blight is very dangerous because it can destroy from 30 to 80% of the crop. To protect the plants from death, it is necessary to begin to fight the disease when its first signs are detected.

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The popularity of soy is due to the fact that its composition contains a large amount of protein, even more than in meat. Soy-based products are obtained only from industrial soybean varieties with light grains. You can grow them in your own garden, however, I must say that it is difficult to call this business profitable.

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It is March that accounts for the majority of work related to the cultivation of seedlings. At the beginning of the month it is not too late to sow early cabbage, onions, peppers, and also eggplants. However, you must first prepare the seeds. Cabbage Seeds before sowing should not be germinated and hardened. For sowing, small tanks are taken, filling them with light, loose, moist and slightly compacted soil.

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One famous scientist said about potato that growing it is the same as allowing three ears to grow in the place of one. This plant is really unpretentious and very fruitful. In Britain, it was potato (and not corn at all!) That received the resounding title of queen of the fields. By the way, many people are attracted to potatoes in its unpretentiousness.

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If the garlic turned yellow - this is not a reason to sound the alarm. Thus the plant signals that he needs your help. Now we will tell you how to get garlic healthy. Any gardener faced the problem of yellowing garlic. The plant may have a diseased appearance long before ripening, and the color change begins at the top of the leaves and gradually spreads to the whole plant.

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