2 Review (s)

  1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Last year we were left without a gooseberry crop. First, a white coating appeared, I washed it off with water, and after a while all the berries began to rot right on the bush and fell off. What is it - a disease or an invisible pest? How to save gooseberries this year?

  2. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    After picking berries of late varieties of currants and gooseberries, I cut out broken, dry and diseased branches. I thin out too thick bushes, although in the spring I also control.
    When pruning these crops, in no case should hemp be left - these are convenient places for the wintering of many pests.

    I spray all the berries from aphids and gooseberry moths with infusion of tobacco, and from kidney currant mites - infusion of garlic, using small cloves.


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