1. Valentina STOLYAROVA

    Chard is very fond of my household. I grow it in two ways.
    I collect early harvest from plants, the roots of which I left to winter in the past season. And so that the greens are in summer, I sow seeds in the spring shortly before sowing beets. I mulch with sawdust or peat. In the summer, 2-3 times I weed, thin out and loosen the ground in the garden. I water in a drought. After the second thinning, I feed the plants with ammonium nitrate, superphosphate and potassium chloride (10 g each per 1 square meter). I begin to harvest leafy chard already 2 months after sowing the seeds, and petiolate - 2-3 weeks later.


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