8 Review (s)

  1. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    If the seedling has dried out
    Continue planting fruit trees and berry bushes. Try to carefully deliver the seedling to your plot: cover the roots with a damp cloth outside and inside the bunch, and then pack it in film. If the seedlings dry out during transportation, immerse the roots in water for a day. But if the above-ground part is also dried out (the bark of the trunk and branches is wrinkled), immerse the plants in water for 1-2 days until the bark becomes smooth again.
    1Try to complete the work of planting seedlings in the first half of October, otherwise the young plants will not have time to take root by the beginning of persistent frosts.

  2. Raisa MATVEEVA, Cand. Biol. science

    Preparing berries for winter
    Cover the strawberry plantation with manure, humus, sawdust or peat before the cold weather. Tie the currant and gooseberry bushes so that they do not break under the weight of snow in winter.

  3. Svetlana KRIVENKOVA, agronomist

    Remove tomatoes and peppers for ripening. Cut off and eat the split cabbage heads first.
    Dust the soil in the garden bed around the cabbage with wood ash or mustard powder. sh At the end of September, trim the top of the Brussels sprouts so that the heads ripen.

  4. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    If green manure was not sown in August, do it in early September. Now is the time to sow mustard, colza, oil radish, peas, vetch, clover, phacelia. They will sprout and grow well before the cold weather. With the first frosts, dig up the garden bed, planting greenery in the ground. And you can leave the grass as it is until spring. In this case, the plants will help to retain snow on the soil.

    Stock up on seasoning
    So that basil, marjoram, lemon balm and other herbs do not die from the first frost, cut and dry them. Grind in a coffee grinder, mix in equal parts or sprinkle on different tins.

  5. Svetlana KRIVENKOVA, agronomist

    Now is the time to lay out warm beds. Place mowed lawn grass, healthy vegetable tops, small tree branches and fallen leaves at the base of the beds, cover with a layer of manure (20 cm) and soil (40-50 cm). Pour warm water with urea dissolved in it (30 g per 10 l) so that the organic matter begins to rot. In the spring, such beds will continue to warm up, and it will be possible to sow vegetables on them several weeks earlier than on ordinary ones.

    Continue collecting caterpillars and slugs from late cabbage leaves.
    Before digging and fertilizing, water the vacated beds with Alirin-B or Trichodermin diluted according to the instructions.
    Place the browned fruits of tomatoes and peppers for ripening in boxes and boxes.

  6. Mikhail Volkov, Samara

    Preparing the beds for planting

    I prepare the beds for autumn planting in advance, in September. Then I add fertilizer. They should lie down in the ground, dissolve, decompose. And then, as if the tender roots were not burned. For garlic I use humus from the edge of the heap. And never from the middle! I mix it with the soil several times so that everything combines better, and at the same time I carefully select various pests and weed rhizomes. It won't work out so cleanly just once. Verified.

  7. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    Continue stepping tomatoes, spray them every 7-8 days with drugs to prevent phytophthora.
    Plant an onion on a feather, sow parsley, dill and lettuce seeds.
    Place planks under the zucchini and pumpkins.
    Sow green manure in the vacant plots.

  8. Summerman, gardener and gardener (anonymous)

    The beginning of September is the last suitable day for planting woody cuttings of red and white currants. In the second or third decade of the month, plan reproduction in the same way for blackcurrant


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