Plant Fertilizer

vegetable planting calendar

Sowing is the most troublesome time for gardeners. The timing and sequence of sowing must be planned in advance. In order not to miss anything, see the vegetable planting calendar. It takes into account the biological characteristics of crops and…

Yellow potatoes — the best varieties

Yellow-fleshed potatoes taste great and are a good source of iron, calcium, and eye-friendly carotenoids compared to other varieties. One 85-gram serving contains 1.3 mg of iron and 15 mg of calcium.  For comparison, even red potatoes, which are extremely…

TOP 5 varieties of strawberries

Strawberries are a sunny berry that is pleasant to eat both fresh and after cooking. I really want the bushes of garden strawberries to bear fruit all summer, and the berries amaze with their size, festive coloring and the taste…

Hydroponics for strawberries

Eating fresh strawberries all year round is a dream of many. Growing hydroponically will help make it happen. Berries grown without soil are just as sweet, juicy and vitamin-rich as regular ones. But there are many more of them, because…

Raspberries in autumn

The last raspberries have been picked, but your care for the bushes should continue into late autumn. In order to enjoy abundant multiple harvests next year, it is important to properly prepare the plants for wintering. Remontant varieties, unlike traditional…

Proper pruning of currants

Young currant bushes grow rapidly: after a couple of years they gain strength, grow noticeably, and begin to produce decent yields. After some time, the bush becomes bulky, loses its shape and reduces fruiting. The plant needs pruning. In the…

gooseberry pruning

For some reason, it so happened that gooseberries are not spoiled with attention — in many areas there are overgrown bushes, whose shoots are intertwined into a dense ball. Many people think that pruning gooseberries in the fall is not…