6 Review (s)

  1. Natalia VOLOGZHANINA, town of Kostroma

    Talk does not subside that it is better to apply mineral fertilizers to the ground pointwise, in small areas. So the plant is easier to adapt to changes in soil composition and begin to absorb fertilizing. You can make fertilizers in shallow grooves, pits, and in order to prolong the effect of top dressing, I pre-wrap the fertilizer in paper. I usually take high-quality full mineral fertilizer with trace elements. But you can use cheaper top dressing - nitrofoska or azofoska. For the shell, tracing paper in 2-3 layers or culinary parchment is suitable. It is convenient to wind the tracing paper onto the edge of the wooden rake, leaving 4-5 cm free.

    I twist these ends, like a candy bar. It turns out a "sleeve" in which I pour 30-40 g of fertilizer. After that I twist the paper from the other side and with an awl I make several punctures in the “sleeve” so that moisture penetrates there more easily. "Bars" with fertilizers in the spring I close up in the soil, vertically within the root system of the plant to a depth of 15-20cm. For a fruit tree, 3-4 pcs. Will be required, for a berry or decorative bush -1 -2. Decorative perennials turned out to be especially responsive to this method of fertilizing: clematis, hydrangeas, peonies. Good effect was shown by nutritious "sleeves" on currants and gooseberries.

    • Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

      Great! I, too, will do so.

  2. Galina

    Oh very easy gardening refers to the use of mineral dressings and the processing of seeds with all sorts of chemical preparations. Yes, I know that I am not the first to speak on this topic. But the impression is that she is concerned only with individual and extremely small "wise people". The rest of the summer residents and the ear do not lead, having attended only to the good germination of seeds and the receipt of generous harvests. It seems that plants can not grow without chemistry.
    But why, one asks? My land, for example, is not very fertile (and the climate in our area is not too mild), but I grow cucumbers and tomatoes only on a clean organic soil and I constantly harvest quite decent crops. Well, of course, everything is growing in me not in the open ground, but in the greenhouse. But what of this? This season, she took 100 ten-liter fruit buckets from 75 tomato roots. She fed plants three times: mullein, ash solution and herbal infusion. Yes, I had to work hard, but for myself. Therefore, dear summer residents, you forget about this mineral water. I understand that fear has big eyes, but fear fear of failure - do not go to the garden. Do not doubt either your strengths or the plants. Plant, love the earth, work with all your soul, and you will succeed.
    And I would like to stop at one more point. Judging by the letters, those who are trying to grow pumpkins are very pleased with this culture. Except for one - a lot of space is needed for this person. But why bother with making all kinds of individual warm beds to the detriment of other crops, when you can do much easier? For the sake of saving land, my pumpkins are planted close to the walls of the sheds, and with the help of garters, I direct their whips up so that the fruits are placed on the roof.
    In my opinion, this is the best solution. First, pumpkins are free from contact with the wet earth and in general from any accidental mechanical impact. And secondly, the walls of hozpostroek protect plants from drafts and cold winds.

  3. Veronika LEZHENINA, Novgorodskaya obl.

    Mineral - in the holes, organic - in area
    Often I read: "Add a handful of mineral fertilizer", but in practice we do not fall asleep a handful, but evenly mix with the substrate or dissolve in water. It seems that the more uniformly fertilized, the better. But it's not so simple!
    The root system of plants is adapted to the search and absorption of nutrients contained in the soil, usually in small foci. Plants are able to find these foci and form special roots, which assimilate high concentrations of salts. A small number of these roots (they are called high salt) are absorbed by microelements. The rest of the roots work in 8 mode.
    If fertilizers are introduced in a small area, then the plant needs to form a little
    and quickly begin to effectively "feed". If the fertilizer suddenly appears in the entire volume of the soil, then the entire root system is subject to reorganization at once. This is a huge stress, leading to a delay in growth.
    It is more correct to apply mineral fertilizers not on the whole surface of the soil, but locally. When fertilizing fruit trees and shrubs, make holes around the perimeter of the 2-3 crown and place fertilizers in them. For vegetables in the beds, make the edges between the plantings and pour them with a concentrated fertilizer solution or pour the granules there.
    But the fermented infusions of herbs, compost, solutions of humic fertilizers need to be paid on the areas. Their nutrients are perfectly absorbed by the normal root system.


  4. thanks, very useful article, many clear recommendations! advise, please - it is better to use fertilizers separately - potassium, magnesium, and so forth. found a complex potassium phosphorus. no one used this? I really need information

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