Brushcutter head

Brushcutter heads (most used) The brush head is one of the important parts of the brushcutter; it transforms the rotary motion of the engine into the work to be performed by the implement. By means of the cord that turns in the barrel it carries the torque of the engine to the head, engaging itself […]

Red Spots on Currant Leaves Why They Appear and How to Get Rid

You do not know why red and brown spots appeared on the leaves of your current? We will tell you what is the cause of this ailment and how to eliminate it. If red spots on currant leaves appeared in spring or summer, then it is likely that your berry bushes attacked diseases and pests. […]

Planting Pumpkin Seedlings in Open Ground

First, prepare the soil well, dig it onto a full bayonet of shovels, remove weeds, add nitroammophoski per square meter per tablespoon, water the soil, spending a bucket per square meter of soil, let it “rest” for a couple of days, and you can start planting seedlings in advance making holes in which it is […]

We Grow Pumpkin Seedlings According to the Rules

Usually, in the southern and central regions, there is no particular need to grow pumpkin through seedlings. Its seeds germinate well when planted in open ground, grow well and give good yields. If you are a resident of a colder region or want to get a pumpkin crop ahead of the deadline declared by the […]

Cercosporosis (Lat.Cercospora)

The causative agent is the fungus Cercospora libicola Ell. et Ev. out of order Hyphomycetales Description Cercosporosis is a plant disease that primarily affects leaves, less commonly, stems and petioles. The manifestation of the first signs usually occurs in June and is noted on fully developed leaves. Symptoms of Cercosporosis Cercosporosis appears on the leaves […]

Advantages of Sainfoin

Advantages of Sainfoin Sainfoin grows on poor soils: sandy, sandy, shallow underlain by moraine loam, on eroded and cartilaginous-gravelly soils rich in lime, where other crops do not give positive results. High productivity. The yield of green mass during the growing season is up to 400-500 kg/ha and 40-70 kg/ha of hay. Seed productivity – […]

We Grow Pumpkin Seedlings According to the Rules Part 2

Preparation of Containers for Growing Pumpkin Seedlings While preparing seeds, it is permissible to engage in the preparation of containers for growing seedlings. This can be ordinary seedling wooden boxes, preferably new and dry, preferably pre-treated with a 2% potassium permanganate solution and well dried after that, as well as plastic containers with mandatory holes […]

How to Deal With Didimella

How to Protect Raspberries From Didimella? Agrotechnical and chemical methods are used to protect raspberries from didimella. Crucial in the fight against purple spotting are the timeliness and complexity of agricultural activities: correct site selection soil preparation before planting, the use of healthy and high-quality planting material, selection of zoned and resistant varieties, support of […]

Planting and Growing Sainfoin

About the Benefits of Planting Sainfoin This bean crop enriches the soil with nitrogenous substances and also improves its structure. For this reason, this forage crop is sown in front of all spring crops. When sown in the fields, sainfoin seeds are mixed with seeds of fescue, alfalfa, as well as clover. This method further […]

Topping up Pumpkin Seedlings

Topping up Pumpkin Seedlings In addition to watering, fertilizing is also needed, before they are carried out, the soil needs to be loosened slightly (you can literally use a toothpick), then water the soil, after which, usually this happens a week after emergence on the soil surface, seedlings can be fed. The best option, in […]

Raspberries at Stake How to Deal With Didimella

Didimella (purple spotting) is common in all areas of raspberry cultivation, both in our country and abroad. It causes especially great harm in the humid zones – Forest-Steppe and Polesie. How to recognize a disease? How to deal with didimella? Read about it in our material. Why Does Didimella Occur? The causative agent of didimella […]

Planting and Growing Sainfoin Part 3

Sowing Sainfoin, like alfalfa, is sown both with clean sowing and under the cover of various crops. Mostly, early spring cereals are chosen as the cover crop. So we sow as early as possible, in the first days of the beginning of spring fieldwork. The method of sowing, like cereals, is ordinary. Germination of sainfoin […]

Vertex Rot of Tomatoes

Growing tomatoes, gardeners are faced with many different diseases of tomatoes. One of the most common is vertex rot, which affects fruits in both open and protected ground. In some years, crop losses from vertebral rot are 20-30%. Features The characteristic signs of the disease are the formation at the top of the fetus of […]

Work on the Care of Pumpkin Seedlings

Work on the Care of Pumpkin Seedlings But we ran a little ahead, before planting seedlings in the open ground there was still quite a lot of time because so far we only sowed seeds. Before the seedlings appear on the surface of the soil, it is necessary to cover the containers with cling film […]

Planting and Growing Sainfoin Part 2

Soil Requirements Sainfoin is undemanding to soil fertility, it can be cultivated on any type of soil. The best soils are medium and light loam, shallow sandy loam. High yields on soils give a normal moisture regime. Unsuitable for the cultivation of sainfoin raw, poorly drained and poorly permeable, acidic, as well as saline soils. […]

Column of Nightshade The Best Defense Is Prevention

Stolbur is one of the most common (especially in the southern regions of Ukraine) and harmful diseases of tomatoes and other nightshade crops. The yield loss, in this case, can be more than 50%. All about how to protect plants in your garden. The causative agent of the tomato column is the Lycopersicum virus 5 […]