7 Review (s)

  1. Maksim

    Under the description, peonies are ill with gray mold. This is a common fungal disease, which especially affects plants in rainy warm weather, as well as in damp places with a high standing of groundwater.
    The disease affects all terrestrial parts of the plant. On young stems near the soil, brown spots appear, which gradually pass to other, older stems. Affected shoots wither and die. The leaves turn brown and dry up, but the buds do not dissolve.
    In the summer the infection is spread by garden ants.
    Spores of the fungus hibernate on plant remains and on the rhizomes of the peony.
    In spring, when the shoots grow, the soil around the peonies need to be shed with a solution of potassium permanganate (40-50 g per 10 L of water), Fundazol or Fitosporin.
    During the vegetation period, when the disease occurs, all affected parts of the plant are removed and burned, after which the bushes are treated with fungicides (Medex-M, Abigapic, Cuproxat, etc.).
    When the pion is transplanted, it is possible to decontaminate rhizomes in warm (40 ° C) water for 20 minutes or in solutions of Fundazol, Vitarosa.

  2. Natalia

    Recently, I have
    problems with peonies. At the beginning of flowering shoots are covered with brown spots, after a while the plants wither and dry up. And if there is a moist warm weather, the stains are covered with mold. This has been repeated for three years in a row. What happened to the plants and how to deal with it?

  3. a guest

    The reasons for changing the normal color of the peony leaves may be several, and all of them are related to agrotechnics. After planting, peonies are still weakened and need careful care. In the first month they should be shaded from the bright sun. Watering should be regular and moderate, otherwise the roots dry out quickly, and this can cause the violet coloring of the leaves. Excess moisture also often leads to decay of roots and discoloration. Root neck during landing should be at ground level. Often, the roots can be damaged by insect pests or moles, this greatly weakens the plants, especially in the first year of life.

  4. Svetlana

    This year, planted a tree-like peony on the site. At first he seemed to get accustomed and felt good, but then the leaves began to change color to lilac. Tell us, please, what happened to the plant?

  5. Svetlana

    Most likely, gray rot is developing on your peonies - a mushroom disease that affects many flower crops. Peonies are affected by gray rot during thickened plantings, after freezing in winter, with an excess of nitrogen fertilizers. To combat this disease, it is necessary to conduct proper cultivation agrotechnics (loosening, unfrozen plantings, top dressing without an excess of nitrogen, etc.) and apply fungicides that successfully protect peonies from gray rot (copper sulfate, Bordeaux liquid, copper chloride).

  6. Raisa

    Summer has just begun, and my pions have begun to turn yellow leaves. Previously, the leaves remained green until the fall, which is now happening, I do not understand.

  7. a guest

    To make all the side buds of the peony bloom, you can adjust the combination of mineral and organic fertilizers.
    After the central bud buds, one must decompose manure for each bush. In spring, in the soil to a depth of 5-6 cm, mineral fertilizer (according to 50 g of ammonium nitrate and superphosphate) should be sealed.
    Just before blossoming, one more top dressing is made from a mixture of 100 g superphosphate and a liter ash can for 10 l of water. On the 1 bush, 5 l of the mixture is consumed. Before carrying out this top dressing, the peonies are watered so as not to burn the roots with a fertilizer of this concentration. Superphosphate is best dissolves in hot water with a temperature of 60-70 degrees. This use of overgrown manure and mineral fertilizers gives an abundance of flowers, of course, they are slightly smaller than the central bud, but all blossom.


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