1. Beets love sprinkling and frequent but careful loosening.
2. After the second thinning, the beets are fed with mineral fertilizers.
3. Beets grow best in narrow beds, maximum 3 rows wide with distances between plants from 15-17 cm.
4. Until the carrots have sprouted, they are watered regularly. When shoots appear, it is better not to water them 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 mustard is sown next to peas, its yield will be 2 times higher.
6. It is better to sow dill in the sun, as in the shade the aroma of the leaves decreases. Ash and lime are not added to the dill
7. Clematis is watered in spring with milk of lime - 100-150 grams of water for 10 liters of water.
8. In mid-July, carefully scoop the earth from the celery and wipe it with a cloth. After 15-50 minutes, they spud again. Watering is carried out only after 2-3 days.
9. To stimulate the pouring of the pumpkin fruit, its lashes are pinned to the ground and rooted.
10. Seedlings of pumpkin crops such as cucumber, squash, squash can be grown in this way: cut the turf into 10 * 12 cm cubes, turn the roots down, make a depression and plant a seed in it.
11. To make rhubarb stalks grow thick, the soil under the plants is fertilized every year.
12. Do not feed beans, peas, onions, garlic, beans with nettle infusion.
13. Apple and pear require more potassium, and cherry - nitrogen.
14. If the seedlings are stroked on the tops for 1-2 minutes every day, they will not stretch. When touched, ethylene is released, which inhibits this process.
15. Nettle increases the resistance of nearby plants to diseases. That is why it is useful to mulch the aisles with chopped nettles.
16. Mustard siderates enrich the soil with phosphorus and sulfur, and also cleanse it of bear and wireworm.
17. Onions will grow better if mustard grew in this place.
18. Plants repellents: lupine, celandine, nastrutia, calendula, marigolds, onions, canufer, tansy, wormwood.
19. It is useful to mulch strawberries with coniferous litter. This will improve the taste of the berries, and will also help to cope with gray mold, weevil, tick, wireworm. Fern mulching will help strawberries to cope with nematodes and gray rot.
20. After a sharp cold snap, the plants are sprayed with immunocytophyte or zircon. And you can use an infusion of onion peel. Pour 10 liters of water into a 0.5 liter jar of husks, boil, leave for 12 hours, strain. When spraying, dilute with water in a 2/10 ratio.
21. When it gets cold, buckets of hot water are brought into the greenhouse, heated bricks are laid on metal sheets.
22. To increase yields, pollinating insects must be attracted to the site. To do this, sow pink and white clover, fescue, bluegrass. Insects are also attracted by the flowers of white mustard and carrots.
23. In order for the remontant strawberry varieties to have more abundant fruiting in the second half of summer, peduncles are broken out in the spring.
24. Dill is a good companion for a cucumber.
25. Beetroot sown along potatoes and tomatoes helps them cope with late blight.
26. If you stick a stalk of nettle next to each planted cabbage plant, then it will take root better.
27. From the cabbage butterfly and aphids, dill, coriander, celery, marigolds, calendula are sown in the aisles of the cabbage, and wormwood branches are also laid out.
28. When planting potatoes, a handful of ash is poured into the hole - it is a fertilizer and helps from the wireworm.
29. To increase yields and improve taste in the first half of June, garlic is first watered with salt water - 2 tbsp. spoons for 10 liters of water, and then regular.
30. With poor growth of carrots, the beds with this culture are watered with a salt solution - 1 tbsp. spoon for 10 liters of water.
31. Cucumber is demanding on moisture, especially during flowering and fruiting.However, at the beginning of flowering, it is better to reduce watering and then reinforce it again. This promotes faster fruit formation.
32. In hot weather, cucumbers, together with abundant watering, combine frequent spraying.
33. Cucumber pollen dies at t> 30ºC Therefore, at this time in the greenhouse you need to place containers with water.
34. Low temperatures and sudden changes in day and night temperatures are the reasons for the deterioration of the taste of cucumber. Also, cucumbers do not tolerate drafts at all.
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 stir from time to time.
36. If at the beginning of summer several fruits were set on the pepper plants, and flowering stopped, then these fruits must be plucked. The plants will then begin to bloom with renewed vigor and will have a high yield by the end of the season.
37. For the flow of fresh air to the roots of the pepper, loosen the soil more often and avoid the formation of a soil crust.