Other plants

Admit, how long have you tried turnip or swede? And what about the sweet potato? We talk about 7 excellent root vegetables "to the connoisseur." Crops that grow on the "roots" are much smaller than those that grow for the sake of "tops" or fruits. Nevertheless, many of them are distinguished by an impressive supply of vitamins, unpretentious in growing and definitely deserve your attention!

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Beans, like all legumes, gives a good harvest on light, fertile soils. What if your land does not meet these requirements? In this case, you can grow beans by EM technology. EM-technology is a method of organic farming without the use of fertilizers, which restores the soil after chemicalization, and also increases the yield.

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There are many types of garden rowan. Find out which ones are suitable for growing in the garden. Rowan berry is a berry that will not only feed the birds on the site in winter and add beauty to the landscape, but also a very tasty and healthy berry. And from it is not possible to make liqueurs, liqueurs, - very tasty drinks.

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Not all vegetables can and should be removed from the ridges in August and September. There are those who can diversify your diet until the last month of autumn, before the first frost. Of course, they are not as popular as their summer brethren, but the benefits of them are just as good. For those summer residents who want to extend the season and are not in a hurry to leave their site, we picked up ten healthy and tasty vegetables that are not only not afraid of the cold, but also easy to grow.

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If you want to dilute the usual sequence of apples, pears, gooseberries and raspberries on your plot, note our selection of not the most common fruit trees and berry bushes. All of them can be planted in the fall! September-October for the summer resident is still the “hot” planting season. If by next year you want to diversify the standard fruit and berry "assortment" of the dacha not the most popular plants, our article will help you to make the right choice.

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Hazel, hazel, hazelnut - the name of the same culture. We are used to the fact that the hazelnut is a wild plant, but it can be successfully grown in the garden. In order to collect large and tasty hazelnuts from your plot, you must correctly plant the hazel and properly care for it. When to plant hazel?

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Many gardeners sow the garden with the same vegetables from year to year, without being distracted by supposedly useful unknown crops. We suggest this time to step back from the tradition and form a list of seeds, based on the level of utility of the vegetables. After all, the main argument of those who grow roots and tubers on their own, this is their proven composition and lack of "chemistry", and therefore benefits to the body.

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This amazing plant is known and loved in many countries. Its ovaries are very tasty and nutritious, they cook all sorts of dishes. And at the time of flowering okra is very decorative and can decorate any flower bed or front garden. Okra is also called differently: okra, gombo. Her relatives are decorative mallow and fodder, Chinese rose, or decorative hibiscus.

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If you are tired of being horrified by the prices of nuts, and on the plot you have a lot of free space, you may well try to grow this culture yourself. The main thing is to choose the right type and variety and find out in advance all about the care of the nut in the garden. Hazel, Walnut, Hazelnut, Manchurian, Lancaster, Almond - the choice of seedlings of nut crops in large garden centers can panic a novice nut grower.

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If you are just thinking about how to grow corn in the country and whether it should be done, we will tell you in detail about all the intricacies of this process, its pros and cons, as well as what to do with the harvest. Corn is used to be considered a southern culture. Of course, the warmer the region, the less hassle with it, but it is quite possible to grow corn in open ground in the Moscow region and areas with a similar climate.

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Growing watermelons in the open field is possible even in the unstable climate of the middle belt. And we experienced it on our own. Not to be unfounded, we will tell and show how to grow delicious watermelons in the country. A few years ago, my parents had already tried to grow a thermophilic melon crop, but the first experience was not successful: the fruits did not have time to mature and turned out to be tasteless.

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Vitluf, endive and escariol are relatives of the wild chicory. Why are they so highly valued, and how to grow them? Vitluf, endive and escariol are the most common varieties of cultivated chicory salads. Unlike regular cabbage salads, they contain 2 times more digestible carbohydrates, a lot of mineral salts, vitamins and other beneficial substances.

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How to grow watermelons in the country, if you live in the middle lane. Very simple, if you choose the right variety of plants and grow crops through seedlings. What else do you need to know about watermelons in the middle lane? In fact, growing watermelons is not as difficult as it seems. The main thing is to follow all the rules and not be afraid of difficulties.

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Beans are easy enough to grow in the summer cottage. However, gardeners are often faced with the fact that the plant is attacked by a bean weevil, a sprouting fly and a slug. How to protect the culture from these pests? Pests will not seem so dangerous if you know how to correctly identify them and know how to deal with each of them.

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Irga, which, it would seem, should grow at every yard, because it is very useful and completely unpretentious, today is not such a frequent inhabitant of the plots. How to grow it, and how is it so useful? Biologists rank irga as a member of the Rosy family, however strange that may sound. There are a total of 21 species of shadberry, and the most common ones are large-leafed, blood-red and Canadian.

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So that the climbing crops (beans, peas, and others) do not take up extra space, spreading along the bed, it is better to grow them on a support. In this case, they are less affected by diseases and pests. The supports may be different in structure and made of different materials. Types of supports and their installation for beans Before sowing beans, it is necessary to prepare and install supports.

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Rosehip is a great garden plant. During flowering, its bright buds adorn the area and fill the air with the scent of roses, and the ripe fruits are not only edible, but also very useful. Most of the varieties of rose hips come from four types of roses: cinnamon, wrinkled, daurskoy and gray. In the shape of the fruit, wild rose is usually divided into 2 groups: with large fruits (from 4 g and more) with dense skin, with small fruits (less than 4 g), in which the skin is thin.

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You, of course, more than once came across information about the almost miraculous properties of the berries of this shrub - goji. Whether they really contribute to weight loss is a moot point, but their benefits to the body have been proven by doctors. Chinese Dereza, or ordinary, is guaranteed to tolerate frosts of up to -15 ° C, according to some sources - up to -25 ° C.

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Cranberry is the absolute leader in the content of nutrients, vitamins and minerals. You can grow a northern "vitamin bomb" not only in wetlands, but also in the country. For this you need to know the appropriate varieties. Cranberry is a very valuable medicinal plant. Its fruits contain up to 4% of simple sugars (in the form of glucose and fructose) and about 6% of organic acids (mainly citric acid).

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