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Gardening Flowers thinning Application

2015-12-08 00:00:00

Application thinning

Thinning is used to improve the conditions of growth and increase the area of nutrition. The first thinning of crops produced during weeding during the emergence of the first true leaves, the second -in 10-12 days. If necessary, thin out the plants and for the third time. Thinning observe distance and leave the most developed and healthy specimens. With this agricultural practices can not be delayed, otherwise the seedlings lose decorative, pull in that dramatically reduces the quality of plants and can cause their death. Before and after thinning the plants watered abundantly.

Loosening -the destruction of a crust on the soil surface, which is formed after watering or rain. This creates better conditions agro aeration -air access to the root system of plants, protects the soil from excessive evaporation and overgrown weeds that are breeding grounds for diseases and pests. Simultaneously removed rhizomes and roots of perennial weeds. Loosen the soil regularly during the season hand hoes.

Mulching -covering the soil with organic materials: sawdust, manure, straw, humus, peat, sliced straw layer up to 5 cm, paper or plastic wrap. This prevents the formation of agro soil crust, reduces evaporation of moisture levels daily fluctuations in temperature, suppresses weeds.

Hilling -podsypka nutritious earth in late summer around the bushes perennial flowering plants, have surface roots delphinium, peony, etc., increases the number of feeder roots, flower buds and protects plants from freezing.

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