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  1. Lyudmila Sorokina, Togliatti

    Going through the harvested garlic, I found ulcers under the scales. In the summer, I fed it several times with potassium, superphosphate, ash, and spilled Fitosporin three times. The garlic grew perfectly, the feathers did not turn yellow. What is this disease? Can such garlic be stored?

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    • OOO "Sad"

      - Most likely, the garlic is infected with bacteriosis. This disease affects the succulent tissue of winter garlic, resulting in brown and brown sores on the bare teeth. Infected teeth root poorly and overwinter poorly, garlic plantings are sparse, yield decreases, and the ends of the leaves turn yellow.
      In order for the garlic to be well stored, immediately after harvesting, you need to dry it in the sun for 10-12 days at a temperature of + 25 + 26 degrees, and then for 5 days - at a temperature of + 30 + 35 degrees, (you can heat the bath for this). Experience shows that with this disease, garlic is stored well under optimal conditions, there is no deterioration in taste. However, when using diseased teeth, you need to pickle them before planting in a solution of copper sulfate (1 tsp per 1 liter of water) or the drug

      Barrier (according to instructions). You can try the second option: soak the teeth for 20-24 hours in a 0-1% solution of trace elements or slurry, diluting it with water (0:5).

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  2. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    In 2016 V.M. Fedoryan from Togliatti wrote the article "A Bed in Two Tiers". I took his advice, but planted two full-fledged cloves of garlic, sprinkling each with a layer of humus, and also insulated with birch leaves. When I started digging, I regretted that there was no camera: the harvest was very good! The heads of garlic, regardless of the layer, were equally large.

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