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  1. Vera Kosheleva, Bikin, Khabarovsk Territory

    A gooseberry bush grows, quite large, but the yield is small. What could be the reason?

    • OOO "Sad"

      Gooseberries love fertile soil, so you should add half a bucket of humus or compost to the planting pit. An adult bush needs to be properly fed. In the spring - nitrogen fertilizers (urea or ammophos) or mullein. You can scatter dry chicken manure under the bush, after which the soil under it is mulched with compost, sawdust, peat.

      In the middle of summer, superphosphate is applied simultaneously with good watering. In late July - early August, potash fertilizers are fertilized (potassium sulfate in liquid form - 3 tablespoons per 1 bucket of water), 1 bucket per bush. In autumn, after the foliage has fallen, the soil under the bushes is covered with a layer of humus 5-6 cm.


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