My eco-herb
    On my site, different varieties of gooseberries grow - with red, green, and golden fruits.
    I look after them like that. In the spring, I treat plants for diseases and pests with chemicals at intervals of 1 week. When the leaves appear, then every week (once) with the help of a broom I spray the bushes with different substances: for one week I spray with an infusion of wormwood, the second week with a solution of potassium permanganate, the third with a solution of mullein, the fourth with milk (I dilute one bottle of milk in a bucket of water), the fifth - kefir (one bottle per bucket), the sixth - laundry soap and soda ash, the seventh - onion infusion, the eighth - garlic infusion. Then I start a series of treatments all over the season.
    In the fall, I lay the tops of the tomatoes around the gooseberry tree trunk, and in the spring I sprinkle it a little with earth.

    I always plant onions and garlic around the gooseberries.
    Under the bushes I bring in any organic matter, in the spring - mineral fertilizers. Gooseberries respond well to feeding with slurry and pigeon droppings, but before them you need to water the bushes well. A bucket of fresh manure (better than horse manure, you can use cow manure, but I never use pork manure) I dilute in 200 liters of water, mix and let it ferment. This is my top dressing for the whole season for all plants. I dilute 1 liter of the resulting slurry in 1 bucket of water and feed the plants.
    And here is the recipe for feeding pigeon or chicken droppings: I pour 200 bucket of droppings into 1 liters of water and let it ferment. Then I pour 1 liter of this slurry into 1 bucket of water and feed the plants. A good result is obtained if you alternate feeding with manure and chicken droppings.


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