Information About Garden Care

Garden care takes time and patience. From dealing with difficult weeds to thoroughly solving plant diseases, our expert practical manual will help your garden achieve the best results.

Quick compost is a good fertilizer and it doesn’t need a campfire

Quick compost is a good fertilizer and it doesn't need a campfire Summer is about to begin. Piles of dried weeds, leaves, and crop residue will "decorate" the garden. Where to put them? And the first thought arose - to burn. But prudent ...

What is chlorosis: what the plant lacks

What is chlorosis what the plant lacks This year I have often observed a picture of trees and bushes here like candles "burning" the tops of light shoots in a lush green canopy. This is chlorosis. most of us learned about chlorosis from our ...

Why and how to use humus

Why and how to use humic acid You've probably heard or read about humic substances more than once. You may have even used them in your backyard with varying degrees of success. However, given that this type of fertilizer is relatively new, ...

What things can or cannot be put into compost

What things can or cannot be put into compost Every owner, who has a summer house or yard, necessarily allocates a place where he dumps all the waste: vegetables, garden, kitchen, home, from animals, including pets, etc… As it decomposes, it ...

Protect the seedling from spider mites

Protect the seedling from spider mites In the early days of my floriculture hobby, I couldn't pinpoint the cause of death of some plants at the seedling stage. I assumed that the small yellow ripples on the leaves were a sign of some unknown ...

Snail and Slug: How do we live with them

Snail and Slug How do we live with them Our first year of farming in California brought us many surprises, some pleasant and some not particularly pleasant. Prior to that, we had lived for a long time in an area with a riverside, which has ...

How to plant watering with less water and energy

How to plant watering with less water and energy When we have a drought, a dry fall turns into a dry winter also a dry spring. The rivers that flow through us, represented by small streams, may last for months. Small pools are completely ...

Weevils are pests of strawberries and raspberries

Weevils are pests of strawberries and raspberries Spring and early summer are physiologically busy periods for all living things. All creatures are in a hurry: to grow, to have offspring, to feed them, to store something for the winter. If ...

Summer garden pests: How to protect your crops

Summer garden pests How to protect your crops A small-town market in California in the summer. The stalls have everything! There are cherries, cherries, strawberries, apricots, already apples, peaches, nectarines, cherry plums. The seller ...

How to care for plants:planting tips

How to care for plantsplanting tips How to take care of plants? As we all know, growing plant and develop properly, it needs a constant supply of energy which is provided by water, light, heat, carbon dioxide, oxygen, and nutrients. In ...

These Amazing Ants: Fighting or Getting Along

These Amazing Ants Fighting or Getting Along When I find ants eating aphids on a pear shoot, or in a dog bowl, or in a beehive with bees, I want to kill them all. Then, watching a dozen ants holding a caterpillar toward their dwelling, I calm ...

The rules of good quality composting

The rules of good quality composting Compost is the most convenient, effective, and versatile organic fertilizer. Every gardener has the opportunity to create the best soil amendment from waste himself. But to get high-quality compost, you ...

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