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36 and 1 tricks for gardeners and gardeners

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1. Beetroot loves watering by sprinkling and frequent, but careful loosening.
2. After the second thinning, the beets are fed with mineral fertilizers.
3. Best of all, beetroot grows on narrow beds, 3 rows wide at most with distances between plants of 15-17 cm.

4. Until shoots appear in carrots, they are watered regularly. When shoots appear, they should not be watered for 12-15 days, with the exception of dry days. This allows the roots to go as deep as possible into the soil.
5. If the mustard is sown near peas, it will have 2 times higher yield.
6. Dill is better to sow in the sun, as in the shade it has reduced the scent of leaves. Dill do not make ash and lime
7. Clematis spring water with lime milk, 10 liters of water, 100-150 grams.
8. In the middle of July, carefully pick off the ground from the celery fruit and wipe it with a cloth. After 15-50 minutes again spud. Watering is carried out only after 2-3 days.
9. In order to stimulate pumpkin fruit, the whips are pinned to the ground and rooted.
10. Seedlings of pumpkin crops such as cucumber, squash, zucchini can be grown in this way: cut the sod into cubes of 10 * 12 cm, turn them down, make a well and plant a seed in it.
11. To grow the stalks of rhubarb, the soil under the plants is fertilized every year.
12. Do not feed the nettle infusion of beans, peas, onions, garlic, beans.

13. Apple and pear require more potassium, and cherry nitrogen.
14. If the seedlings every day for 1-2 minutes to stroke the tops, it will not stretch. When touched, ethylene is released which inhibits this process.
15. Nettle increases the resistance of growing nearby plants to diseases. That is why it is useful to mulch between rows of shredded nettles.

16. Siderate mustard enriches the soil with phosphorus and sulfur, and also cleans it from the bear and the wireworm.
17. Onions will grow better if mustard grew on this spot.
18. Plants of repellents: lupine, celandine, setting, calendula, marigold, onion, canufer, tansy, wormwood, bitter.
19. Strawberries useful mulch coniferous litter. It will improve the taste of berries, as well as help to cope with gray rot, weevil, mite, wireworm. And mulching with a fern will help strawberries to cope with nematodes and gray rot.
20. After a cold snap, the plants are sprayed with an immunocytophyte or zircon. And you can use the infusion of onion peel. Pour 10 liters jar of husk with 10 liters of water, boil, leave for 12 hours, drain. When spraying, dilute with water in a proportion of 2/10.
21. When cold snap, buckets of hot water are placed in the greenhouse, and heated bricks are laid out on metal sheets.
22. To increase the yield on the site should attract insect pollinators. For this, pink and white clover, oatmeal, and bluegrass are sown. Insects are also attracted by white mustard flowers and carrots.
23. In order for remontant strawberry varieties to have more abundant fruiting in the second half of the summer, flower stalks are broken out in the spring.
24. Dill is a good companion for cucumber.

25. Beets sown along potatoes and tomatoes help them cope with late blight.
26. If sticking a nettle stalk next to each cabbage plant is planted, then it will take root better.
27. From cabbage butterflies and aphids into the aisles of cabbage sow dill, coriander, celery, marigolds, calendula, and spread the branches of wormwood.

28. When planting potatoes in a hole, a handful of ash is poured out; it is a fertilizer and helps from the wireworm.
29. To increase the yield and improve the taste in the first half of June, garlic is first watered with salt water - 2 tbsp. spoons per 10 liters of water, and then normal.
30. With poor growth of carrots, the beds with this crop are watered with a solution of salt - 1 tbsp. spoon to 10 liters of water.
31. Cucumber is demanding of moisture, especially during flowering and fruiting. However, at the beginning of flowering irrigation is better to reduce, and then re-strengthen. This contributes to faster formation of fruits.
32. In hot weather, cucumbers, along with abundant watering combine frequent spraying.
33. Cucumber pollen dies at t> 30ºC Therefore at this time in the greenhouse you need to place the containers with water.
34. Low temperatures and sudden drops in day and night temperatures are causes of a deterioration in the taste of cucumber. Also, cucumbers do not tolerate drafts.
35. The increased content of carbon dioxide in the air accelerates the ripening of fruits and increases the yield. Therefore, it is useful to put a container with a mullein in greenhouses and mix them from time to time.
36. If at the beginning of summer several fruits began to grow on the pepper plants, and the flowering stopped, these fruits should be plucked out. The plants will then begin to bloom with renewed vigor and by the end of the season they will produce a high yield.
37. For fresh air to the roots of the pepper more often loosen the soil and do not allow the formation of a soil crust.

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