OPINIONS AND FEEDBACK ABOUT “EM-PLATES” and “MIRACLE” POWDER WITH ZEOLITE AND HUMATES
A LITTLE ABOUT MY COUNTRY LIFE
I am not only friends with the land, with my dacha - I love them! Therefore, I understand gardeners and gardeners like me well. And when I come up with some kind of rationalization proposal, I immediately have a desire to write and share with my friends: what if someone uses it and becomes interested?
The idea arose to plant corn in a barrel where pumpkin grew last year. All five seeds sprouted, and judging by the bright green leaves, she liked growing there. I looked through the magazines available at the dacha and found nothing about caring for corn, what to feed it, how to water it. I fed it several times with fermented grass, infusion of chicken manure and ash. Each stalk grew several cobs, which the grandchildren happily ate in September. Since the summer was hot, I covered the barrel with a kitchen tablecloth from heating (see photo).
One day in June, my son came to the dacha to bake two silver carp. He had to put parsley leaves in his belly - he had to run to the local store. I bought parsley planted in a small glass. I cut off the greens and left the glass with the rest for me. I cut it, and there were about forty stems with intertwined roots! I planted the roots between the rows of parsley that had just sprouted. It was hard to plant every root, bent over and wearing glasses, but I didn’t give up. All the roots took root, produced lush greenery and outstripped the parsley planted from seeds in growth.
I plant zucchini and squash under cut-off nine-liter water cylinders. If you do the same, and your zucchini becomes crowded, and you are afraid to remove the shelter (it’s cold, it’s raining or it’s hot), make a temporary greenhouse. Place the removed balloons between the zucchini so that they do not interfere with their further growth. Cut any rope into pieces of 28-32 cm in accordance with the number of cylinders. Wrap each piece around the necks of the cylinders. Place a construction metal mesh over all the necks, bending it slightly in an arc, and connect each neck with the mesh using ropes. The edges of the curved mesh should touch the ground.
To hold the arched structure, a rope will again come in handy. Wrap any weight (bricks, water bottles, etc.) with a rope, connect the ends of the rope to the ends of the mesh and tie tightly. You can throw film, non-woven material, or unnecessary tulle onto the frame of such a greenhouse. Reinforce the edges of the film with any weight to prevent it from being blown away by the wind.
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EM PLATES FOR THE VEGETABLE GARDEN – MY REVIEWS
This summer I used it for the first time when planting an innovative product based on natural zeolites, humates and effective microorganisms. This is a dry, cream-colored powder that is applied to the soil by loosening. You can dilute it in water.
A neighbor gave away her surplus tomato seedlings. The plants are weak, but it was a shame to throw them away. I decided to plant it, although there was no hope for a harvest.
I added a little ash, superphosphate, humus and a tablespoon of this microbial-mineral powder to each well. I mixed everything with soil and poured water on it. And my dead trees came to life, began to grow and gave a very decent harvest - they bore fruit in the greenhouse until October without any care, because at the beginning of September I left for the city. The tomatoes in my apartment were turning red all October!
But the most important thing is that they didn’t get sick. This is my first time! Tomatoes grew in a high greenhouse under film. I didn’t cover the ends until the end of August, even at night. I sprayed the leaves, stems and the ground around them twice with a solution: 5 tsp per 4 liters of water, potassium permanganate and 25 drops of iodine. It was noticeable that the treatment was beneficial.
July and August in the Moscow region turned out to be hot, the soil dried out quickly after watering, and it was necessary to water frequently. To preserve moisture, I covered each tomato bush with newspapers, placing a load on top - scraps of boards, pieces of bricks, etc.
In October, while digging up soil in a greenhouse, I tore newspapers into pieces and buried them along with dried weed leaves. The weeds dried out on these newspapers; by spring everything will rot.
I tried using EM plates. I stuck several pieces into the ground in all the beds at half their height: in tomatoes - one between the bushes, in cucumbers - 2-4 pieces around the hole, between planted strawberry tendrils - one at a time, around planted new rose bushes - 3 each -4 pieces, in zucchini - 2-3 pieces around the hole, in beds with carrots, parsley, dill, beets - 2-3 pieces in the center of the bed, in a barrel with corn - 2 pieces, near potatoes - 2-3 pieces.
The plates are charged, a field is formed around them, which affects plants at a distance of up to 40 cm. It accelerates growth, suppresses the development of diseases, and increases the shelf life of vegetables and fruits. EM plates are not afraid of moisture, sun, or frost - they are made of plastic. In the fall, they need to be pulled out of the ground and washed with water. There are seven of them in the package, each plate consists of three sections, the sections break off to make 21 small plates. I used sections, although whole plates can be used.
I was convinced that both the powder and the plates worked perfectly. I am more than satisfied with my current harvest, despite the attack of the Spanish slug this summer, which I will tell you about in my next letter.
EM PLATES – INDEPENDENT OPINION ON VIDEO
© Author: Olga Poskaneva
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