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  1. Elena BOYKOVA

    Uhoo for roses in may

    In the budding phase, feed the roses with complex mineral fertilizer (according to the instructions or on the basis of 30-40 g per 1 m2). Prepare an aqueous solution or put dry fertilizer into the soil (then pour).

    We protect against aphids
    Already in May, roses can attack aphid. If there are few insects, crush them with gloved hands or treat the plants with ash decoction (dilute 10-300 g of ash in 400 l with water, boil 2 for an hour, cool, strain). With a strong settlement, connect the "heavy artillery" - insecticides Aktara, Decis, Inta-Vir, Iskra, Kinmiks (according to the instructions).

  2. Yulia MINYAEVA, Serpukhov

    Care of roses in the spring: what you need to do
    In summer, my hybrid tea roses are blooming, without false modesty, simply luxurious! And all because in April I spend the mandatory work.
    In the beginning I loosen the ground. The weeds which have appeared from soil are cut by chopper.
    For the winter, roses are barely pruned. But in the spring I am not in a hurry with this procedure - I am postponing it to the end of April or the first days of May. Think late? But on the bushes are clearly visible live buds, really sick shoots. First, I cut dry shoots to the ground level, as well as thickening the middle. Green branches cut off about half, and even on 2 / 3. The thinner the escape is, the lower I shorten it (I cut it off over a living kidney, departing about 1 cm from it). At the same time, I look in which direction this same kidney is directed, because a new shoot will grow in that direction. This is important if you do not want the bush to be thickened in the future.
    All sections are smeared with a water-based barcode. I do not like garden pitch - it melts strongly.

    In conclusion, I scatter a handful of granules with nitrogen-phosphorus-potassium fertilizer around each bush and lightly embed them into the soil with a rake.

    • OOO "Sad"

      At the beginning of April, I still shelter roses at daytime with covered roses. From the two-layer shelter I leave only one layer. At the same time, I recommend cutting the affected branches to a healthy tissue and treating the bushes, and then covering them again. If this procedure is postponed until May, as Julia advises, the disease will take over a large area.
      I do not advise you to smear wounds with a stroke: it certainly forms a film, but it is not an antiseptic. Instead of garden pitch, I use RanNet paste, which heals bark damage and disinfects cuts.
      After pruning, treat the roses with HOM (as instructed) or copper sulfate solution (100 g per 10 l of water). After two weeks it is useful to shed the soil around the bushes with a solution of Fitosporin. The next spraying of diseases (Abiga-Peak) and pests (Fitoverm, Iskra) plan in the first half of May, do not combine the treatments, but spend them at intervals of 10-14 days.


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