SIDERATS - TABLE REMINDER
Depending on what you are going to grow on the site next year, you can pick up and sow the seeds of a suitable green manure on the vacated beds.
To make it easier to navigate, we have compiled a convenient table for you.
It contains information on how to alternate green manure and what effect they have on the soil.
SIDERATS GROW AT TEMPERATURE FROM +2 TO +30 C
DIVISION OF SIDERATS BY FAMILY
- Cruciferous: mustard, oil radish, rapeseed, rape
- Legumes: clover, alfalfa, peas, narrow-leaved lupine, sweet clover
- Cereals: barley, oats, rye
- Buckwheat: buckwheat
Reference by topic: Siderata: sowing calendar. Crop rotation table for green manure
SIDERATS - TABLE
|SIDERATE||IMPACT ON SOIL||WHAT TO PLANT AFTER SIDERATE|
|Legumes (clover, alfalfa, peas, narrow-leaved lupine, sweet clover)||Enrich the soil with nitrogen in the most readily available form||Tomatoes, bell peppers, eggplants, potatoes, cabbage, cucumbers, pumpkins, zucchini, radish, radish|
|Buckwheat||Reduces soil acidity and supplies it with potassium and phosphorus||All vegetable plants except spinach and sorrel|
|Cereals (oats, rye)||Saturate the earth with potassium and nitrogen, make the soil more water and breathable, rid it of nematodes||Bell peppers, tomatoes, potatoes, eggplants, zucchini, pumpkins, cucumbers|
|Rapeseed, mustard||Enrich the soil with potassium and phosphorus, reduce the number of nematodes, wireworms and slugs, suppress pathogenic microflora||Tomatoes, bell peppers, eggplants, potatoes, zucchini, cucumbers, carrots, dill, parsley and pumpkins|
|White clover||Accumulates plant-available nitrogen in the soil, ideal for alkaline soils and improves soil structure||Potatoes, bell peppers, tomatoes, zucchini|
|Oil radish||Gives a lot of green mass, inhibits the growth of weeds||All plants, except for cruciferous crops (radish, radish, cabbage)|
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© Author: Nikolai CHROMOV, Cand. of sciences
THE SECRET OF THE POTATO HARVEST IS IN HEALTHY SOIL
Our potato field is not large, but we are harvesting a decent one. And the secret is simple: in the fall, after removing the potatoes, we harrow the plot and sow green manure: winter rye or vetch-oat mixture.
At the end of October, we mow the grass and plant it into the soil with a Fokin flat cutter. In the spring, this uche-drain warms up quickly and well.
Valentina STOLYAROVA, Malaya Borovka village
ALTERNATIVE TO SIDERATES
Instead of green manure, other natural fertilizers can be added to the soil for digging.
Rotted manure to saturate the soil with nitrogen - up to 10 liters per 1 sq.m.
Mowed grass - 5-6 kg per 1 sq.m. The pros are that this method will make the soil looser and not affect its acidity.
Overripe sawdust - 5 liters per 1 sq.m. Helps improve soil structure and moisture capacity.
Wood ash or soot - 500 g per 1 sq.m. Helps to replenish the level of potassium and trace elements.
Irina Gurieva, Ph.D. corp. FNTS them. Michurin
Siderates sown in autumn are sometimes left until spring. But more often I mow in November, dig and embed in the soil, and then loosen the ground again in the spring.
siderates. Top five Take note.
Perfectly loosens the earth, at the same time supplying it with nitrogen and destroying harmful microflora. Retains nutrients in the soil. Long stems are a good mulch, and most importantly, mustard effectively protects against slugs, wireworms and codling moths.
Improves soil structure. Rich in potassium and phosphorus, but poor in nitrogen, so it must be sown in combination with legumes. It is necessary to mow oats when it grows to 20-22 cm.
One of the best sidera-tov. The green mass decomposes quickly, enriching the soil with a mass of useful substances. Rapeseed roots go as deep as 3 m, loosen the soil and extract the most valuable microelements from it. Essential oils disinfect the soil and destroy pests.
The perfect soil conditioner! It enriches the soil with potassium, phosphorus and nitrogen, it is frost- and drought-resistant. Suitable for both spring and winter sowing. To avoid the invasion of the wireworm, rye should be sown in a mixture with mustard seeds.
Able to restore the fertility of even the most depleted, ruined soil. A huge amount of green mass after it is embedded in the soil saturates the soil with useful substances. Microorganisms living on its roots rid the soil of late blight pathogens, rot, etc. It is a good predecessor of absolutely any culture.
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