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How to properly store shelled walnuts and other nuts at home
How to properly store shelled walnuts and other nuts at home

There are many ways of storing nuts, which differ from each other depending on whether the nuts are peeled or in the shell. Storing these healing kernels is important, because you can use your own collected nuts for a long time, or bought in the season for more low price.

 Zucchini Black Beauty: the secrets of growing an excellent harvest
Zucchini Black Beauty: the secrets of growing an excellent harvest

Zucchini is a universal culture loved by many summer residents. This vegetable is undemanding to the structure of the soil and unpretentious in care. Nowadays, bush varieties are very popular, giving large yields for a long time. This is exactly what the Black Beauty zucchini belongs to. ...

Fertilizers and feeding
Fertilizers and feeding

In section & 34; Fertilizers and fertilizing & 34; you will learn how to effectively apply fertilizers in garden plots and summer cottages, avoiding serious mistakes, how to use fertilizers to increase the yield of fruit and vegetable crops. The Real Japan company, Vladivostok, offers wholesale and retail vitalizers HB-101 and Daihosaku GT-S - plant growth stimulants from Japanese manufacturers.

Repelling Bad Bugs With Plants
Repelling Bad Bugs With Plants

By: Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious GardenThere is no way to get around having insects in the garden; however, you can successfully scare the bad bugs away by incorporating useful plants into your landscape. Many plants can serve as bug repellants. Keep reading to learn more about repelling bad bugs with plants.

Ways to hide grapes for the winter
Ways to hide grapes for the winter

How to prepare grapes for wintering Grapes are a very important and welcome guest of our household plots. A variety of varieties in terms of taste and ripening time allows you to have fruit bushes in your country house for every taste. But there are two problems associated with grapes: where to find and buy the variety you like and how to preserve the grapes in winter.

Choosing Tools For Kids: Child Sized Garden Tools For Pint-Sized Gardeners
Choosing Tools For Kids: Child Sized Garden Tools For Pint-Sized Gardeners

Gardening is great fun for kids and may become an activitythey’ll enjoy throughout their adult lives. Before you turn the little onesloose in the garden though, it’s important to get them started with their ownset of child sized garden tools. Grown-up tools are too large, heavy, and somefull-size garden tools may be unsafe for the youngsters.

Species Tulip Information – How To Grow Varieties Of Species Tulips
Species Tulip Information – How To Grow Varieties Of Species Tulips

By: Mary Ellen EllisIf you have never heard of them before, some species tulipinformation will get you started growing these unique flowers. Different fromthe typical hybridtulips with which most gardeners are familiar, species tulips are smaller, grow in rocky soils, and can actually naturalizein your garden under the right conditions.

How to make a well with your own hands - a step-by-step example of construction
How to make a well with your own hands - a step-by-step example of construction

The owners of private houses, accustomed to interruptions in the water supply system, must add an alternative source of water supply to the site. After all, communal services, as luck would have it, carry out preventive work in the summer, when the garden and flower gardens need water. The well is a more modern source of drinking water, but special equipment is needed to create it.

What a gardener should do in August - vaccinations, feeding and plant protection
What a gardener should do in August - vaccinations, feeding and plant protection

Seasonal work of the fruit grower in late summer Vaccinations In late July and early August, budding can still be carried out, although the best time for this is the second half of July. Moreover, it should be noted that if budding is done for the sake of obtaining a seedling, then it is better to perform it at a height of 5 to 15 cm from the ground. The grafting is done as follows: first, a T-shaped incision is made with a grafting knife on the stem of the stock (seedling or layering of a weak stock) with a grafting knife about 3 cm.

Pest flat mite - fight, types and preparations
Pest flat mite - fight, types and preparations

Plant pests Published: October 22, 2011 Reprinted: Last revisions: General information These pests are also called “flat beetles” in a simple way. The length of the body of the Flat tick varies from a quarter of a millimeter to 0.4 mm, the shape is ovoid, the color is brick or yellow. It is very difficult to find these tiny pests - in addition to their small size, their detection is also complicated by the fact that these ticks do not form cobwebs (in unlike spider mites), by which it would be possible to understand that the plant is infected.

Mulching the soil: materials for mulching
Mulching the soil: materials for mulching

Mulching is a useful agronomic technique used by gardeners in many climatic zones. In the process of this procedure, the soil is covered with organic or man-made material, and the beds can be completely covered or only the space between the rows. Nature itself taught man to mulch the soil.

What Are Tendrils For – Should Tendrils Be Removed From Vines
What Are Tendrils For – Should Tendrils Be Removed From Vines

Climbing plants save space in the garden by growing vertically. Most gardeners have had one or more climbing plants in the garden that have tendrils. What are tendrils for? Tendrils on vine plants help the plant ascend much like a rock climber who needs hand and foot holds to scale up a mountain.While climbing is the main purpose of tendrils, they may also have some negative consequences as well.