3 Review (s)

  1. Anastasia ROMANCHIK, a / g Kuropolye

    I try to use chemicals as little as possible. I feed the plants with natural compounds. I have found several options that work especially well.
    OPTION 1
    I fill a barrel of 100 liters up to half with chopped nettles. I fill it with water to the top and leave it for a week. I stir once a day.
    I dissolve 100 g of sugar in 1 liter of warm water, add 100 g of pressed yeast, leave to ferment for 5-6 hours.
    In a bucket of water I dilute 1 liter of nettle infusion, pour in 200 ml of yeast infusion. I water vegetables on moist soil under the root.
    OPTION 2
    Pour half a bucket of breadcrumbs and nettle flakes into a 20-liter container, add lolpacks (about 50 g) of pressed yeast, pour it with warm water so that there is free space for foam. I leave to ferment for 7-10 days. I filter, dilute with water 1:10 before use.

  2. Svetlana SHUMILOVA

    Stress affects not only people, but also plants. In the latter, a stressful state can be caused by night cooling, insufficient watering. As a result, they can stop growing, stop blooming, and even drop their ovaries. The longer the stress lasts, the less harvest you will get. Therefore, we must try to quickly cope with this phenomenon.
    If the stress was caused by a cold snap, spray the plants on the leaves with Immuno-Cytophyte or Zircon. This, by the way, will also help increase productivity. The effect lasts 10-14 days. If the process drags on, after two weeks, treat the vegetables with a solution of humates in combination with any universal mineral fertilizer.
    The effect of treatments will be better if you try to prevent stress. We noticed a severe cooling in the weather forecast - spray vegetable crops on the leaves with Immuno-cytophyte. If you are going to treat from pests and diseases - first pour a solution of humates under the root.

  3. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Top-dressing in August

    Cucumbers sown in June, at the beginning of fruiting, are fed with a mixture of mineral fertilizers: 30 g ammonium nitrate, 40 g superphosphate and 60 g 40% potassium salt - at 1 m2.

    Slowly growing cauliflower plants, as well as carrots sown in June, and beets of late sowing time are fertilized with ammonium nitrate.

    In early August, ammonium nitrate is fed and green vegetables - New Zealand spinach, leaf parsley, chard, leaf celery.


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