3 Review (s)

  1. Andrey ISAKOV, Pervouralsk

    Last year, on a forested area, he built a raised bed for beets. At that time, there was no ready compost, so he laid the chopped stems of last year's weeds, chamfered and withered grass, directly to the ground. Fenced the garden with boards
    All the contents of her stamping and several times poured from the hose, so that the plant residues thoroughly soaked
    Over the resulting carpet (10-12 cm) laid a layer (3-4 cm) of a peat mixture with a garden pump (1к 1) - the garden is ready.

    Sowing seeds, once a week, abundantly watered the garden. Then he wrapped up the grass with grass, thereby ensuring the beets for the whole season with nutrients from the decomposing plant residues. I did not introduce other fertilizers.
    Practice has shown: this bed keeps moisture much longer, and air in the soil is enough. It is also interesting that the wheat with this technology of growing beets did not break out (there were only a few grass blades near the very edges).
    In addition, the temperature of the soil on such a ridge is higher (because of the processes of decomposition). than on traditional, therefore, the crop was twice as large as usual

    From a pack of seeds (1 g) received 3 buckets of beets, with root crops as a selection: smooth, pleasant appearance and taste. And after the beet harvesting, good compost remained, suitable for growing other vegetable crops.

  2. Zoya Kurkova, Syzran

    Beets are an excellent dietary product. Once a week I arrange a fasting day for myself using this wonderful vegetable.

    I only eat grated beets without sugar and salt. And I also use beets as a cosmetic. I take 2 art. l. finely grated fresh beets, mixed with the same amount of sour cream. I put the gruel on a clean face for 10 min., Then I wash it off. The mask moisturizes the skin well.

    To beet was enough for food, and for my home "beauty salon", during thinning I do not throw out extra plants, but transplant to a separate garden. Pre-water the wells with potassium humate (1 st.l for 3 l of water) so that root crops-new settlers quickly adapt.

  3. Nelly

    Thanks, interesting.


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