Job calendar

Keep the snow in the garden Make sure that the snow cover in the garden was at least 10-15 cm. Otherwise, the earth will freeze too deep and in the spring it will thaw and warm for a long time. Therefore, the snow that you remove from the yard, throw on the beds. Continue to distill greens If you did not have time to start distilling greens (parsley, onion, celery) in January, it's time to start this work.

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Finish planting strawberries By the end of the second week of September, it is advisable to plant garden strawberries. When planting strawberry seedlings, remember that the point of growth is important not to dig into the soil, so that in the spring young plants will not rot. After planting the seedlings in the ground, they should be poured abundantly, and the soil should be mulched with sawdust, which is spread on a layer of 4-5 cm on polyethylene or other waterproof material.

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Store potatoes Potatoes can be dug up when a strong peel is formed on the tubers. Dug potatoes should be sorted and filled into bags, which should stand in a dark room for 2-3 weeks. After that, the crop should be inspected, remove diseased tubers and fall asleep in the cellar for winter storage.

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Take care of ornamental plants. Regularly remove faded flowers from annuals and perennials to prevent self-sowing and weakening of plants. And also do not forget to loosen the soil, water and weed ornamental trees and flowers that live on your site. Improve the appearance of chrysanthemums. In early-blooming chrysanthemums, remove axillary shoots.

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Thin out the crops of annuals. It is time to thin out the April and May crops of annuals in flower beds. Plant flowers in the garden more freely. After thinning the plants, water abundantly, and in a few days feed. Drain the biennials Sow in the flower bed the biennials - forget-me-not, daisies, violet night and Vittrok's violet.

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Hang the trap belts. On the trunks of fruit trees, fasten the trap belts. These eco-friendly traps will protect the plants from whitefly, weevil, caterpillars, ticks, aphids, buckworms, geese, apple tree beetle. Spray trees and shrubs with 500-700 g of urea, dissolve in 10 liters of water and spray the resulting solution with branches (especially their ends), trunks and soil in pristvolnyh circles.

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Inspect the planting material. Do not forget to periodically check the gladioli bulbs stored in the basement, the dahlia and begonia tubers, the calla rhizomes and cut off the damaged and rotten areas. Places of cuts should be powdered with a mixture of crushed coal and fungicide (for example, Fundazol) in equal proportions.

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Do not leave the crop on the beds under the threat of cold snap Collect the last crop of cabbage and Brussels sprouts, late-ripening root crops. Cut off the greens planted in August. Dig out the celery root and leek. Cauliflower, which did not start to form heads before frost, dig with a clod of earth and transplant into a heated greenhouse for re-growth.

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Shake the snow from the branches In February, continue to perform the same activities as in January. Do not forget about timely shaking off the snow from the branches, otherwise they may break off. Remove excess snow After heavy snowfalls and during thaws, trample snow around trees so that no ice crust forms on its surface.

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Protect the berries. Row snow on the beds with strawberries, to the curved branches of raspberries and blackberries, as well as to the bushes of grapes. If there is not enough snow, and the outside air temperature drops below 0 ° C, cover the bushes with plastic wrap and dust it with sawdust edges. Note that between the shelter and the plant should be an air gap 5-7 cm thick.

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Continue sowing tomatoes and peppers for seedlings. Toward the end of the second week, the "sowing season" is still ongoing. In mid-March, determinants begin to sow, i.e. low-growing tomatoes for subsequent cultivation in open ground. It is also not too late to sow early ripening varieties and hybrids of pepper and eggplant.

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Clean the pond from debris If you have not had time to do this, clean the pond in your area from branches, leaves and other debris. Use the siphon to clear the bottom of the mud. If you do not carry out these procedures, the water will bloom, it will multiply harmful microorganisms. Cut water plants. For all plants that have hibernated in a pond, you must remove old stems and leaves.

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Pasynutas tomatoes Consider that pasynkovaniye should be done when the side shoots reach a length of 3-5 cm. If you step the tomatoes earlier, then a new stepson will grow from the sleeping bud of the leaf's sinus. Water the plants In the midst of summer, especially if it is arid, many crops suffer from a lack of moisture.

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Proceed to the reproduction of berry bushes. The gooseberry and currant are already quite possible to propagate by layering. To do this, select a few shoots on the bush, bend them to the ground and lay them in the grooves, and sprinkle them on top of them. When the shoot takes root, it can be separated from the parent bush. Protect the garden from frosts May - the month cunning for the gardener.

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Anti-aging pruning and shelter Almost at the end of November, you can spend rejuvenating pruning berry bushes. Remove 5-7-year-old shoots of black currant, 7-10-year-old shoots of red currant and gooseberry. You can also remove extra shoots of wild rose and chokeberry. In summer raspberry, cut out all the seedlings, as well as the shoots thickening the bush, leaving no more than 8 well-developed young branches on the bush.

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Prepare the seedling containers Check if you have enough seedling containers. If not, purchase or make from scrap materials (plastic bottles, boxes of juice, etc.). Before use, do not forget to disinfect all seedling boxes, tapes, pots, etc. to protect plants from infections.

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Purchase everything you need. Check garden tools and replace broken equipment with new ones. And also stock up on drugs to combat diseases and pests. Make bird feeders By attracting birds to your site, you not only save them from hunger and help keep them warm, but also protect the garden from pests.

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Prepare cuttings for grafting. If you haven’t hit the frost yet, cut the stone and seed crops for spring grafting. Shoots choose a length of 40-45 cm with well-developed buds. Tie the cuttings of each variety into separate bundles, attach a label with the name of the plant and variety to them. Then put them in a box, pour them over with wet sand and put them in the basement.

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Check the safety of the crop. In winter, looking into the cellar or cellar should be at least once every 2 weeks. Immediately throw away the rotten tubers and roots, and sprinkle them with crushed chalk to prevent the spread of infection. Cook vegetables properly Before cooking, frozen vegetables are not recommended to be defrosted.

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Harvest the first berry harvest. Continue picking fragrant strawberries. In order for the berries not to rot from contact with wet soil, grind bushes with improvised means: black spanbond, conifer needles, sawdust, etc. At the end of June, red and black currants begin to ripen after strawberries.

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