3 Review (s)

  1. Elena Chaykovskaya

    Often on the Internet it is recommended to water the cabbage with water and vinegar (100 ml of 9% vinegar per 10 liters of water). I think it's okay to water hydrangeas and blueberries, but not cabbages. Am I right? They also write that it is impossible to put celandine and wheatgrass grass into this mass when preparing herbal mash. Celandine, they say, kills beneficial microorganisms, and wheatgrass inhibits plant growth. Can you refute or confirm this information?

    • OOO "Sad"

      - It is not entirely clear why hydrangea and blueberries are allowed, but cabbage cannot be watered with vinegar. Apparently, you are afraid of acidification of the soil. In fact, from such an amount of vinegar to such a volume of water, nothing bad will happen to the soil. Unless, of course, you do not water the cabbage daily. Such watering is usually carried out for some purpose, but you did not specify for what. If for feeding, then we can say that there will be no sense. If, however, to combat caterpillars, then it is better to use biological insecticides, such as Fitoverm.

      As for the second question, celandine is a poisonous plant by nature, and it is not recommended to add it to plant nutrition. Indeed, there is information about wheatgrass that it releases substances that can inhibit plant growth. Therefore, it is better to refuse green infusions with these herbs.

  2. Elena Gorodishenina, Art. Platnirovskaya, Krasnodar Territory

    When heads begin to form, add 40 drops of iodine to a bucket of water and water the cabbage, spending 1 liter for each plant. A week later, we give the cabbage a now sweet solution - 0,5 tbsp. sugar in a bucket of water. Heads of cabbage grow large, juicy and sweet.


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