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  1. I. Melnikov

    Сосед говорит, что сушеные картофельные очистки, если их прикопать под куст смородины, помогают повысить урожай ягод.
    И даже мелкий картофель он советует туда отправлять (например, тот, который остался после выкопки). Правда ли это? Поможет ли?

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    • OOO "Sad"

      - Of course, potato peelings introduced under the bushes activate the soil microflora, which contributes to more active growth and fruiting. But the same, and even greater effect can be achieved by first composting potato peelings and introducing already well-ripened compost under currant bushes. But I do not advise dropping the tubers: they will definitely germinate and will weaken the currant, taking away moisture and nutrition from it.

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  2. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Contrary to numerous advice, I do not dry the collected potato peelings, but bring them in fresh. Even in winter, sometimes I put it right under the currants and raspberries. And the harvests are getting better and better every year.

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  3. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    The author of the cleaning collects all winter, and in the spring buries it in the trunk circles. I would like to make the work a little easier for those who will adopt this method. In the spring, during the flowering of currants, you can simply pour jelly from potato starch into the holes around the trunk circles and spill it abundantly with clean water. The result will not be long in coming. My Junnat currant berries grow the size of a cherry. Easy and not troublesome. Try it, friends!

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  4. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    I read how good potato peelings have on currants. I tried it - I liked it. Thank you! And then I decided (the nightshades!) To plant tomatoes next to the currants, and I will tell you: well, just a miracle! No phytophthora, although it was previously found in the tomato row.

    I confess that I planted the most frail seedlings near the bushes, the one that can be thrown away without regret, but I could not get enough of the tomatoes, they became so strong and healthy. They delighted us with fruits until late autumn.

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