Kazakhstan gardeners prefer natural fertilizers chemical

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In Kazakhstan, the gardeners harvested areas are greenhouses and planting. To get a good harvest is not easy. The secrets of the truckers found out the correspondent channel “WORLD 24” Kirill Kharlamov.

Good seedlings on your windowsill will not grow, I’m sure Almaty Lyudmila Bryzgalov. Not enough space, light and humidity. So buying plants from experienced manufacturers. Varieties of tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants and peppers adapted to the climate of southern Kazakhstan.

“He will be well taken blooms. And fertilizer can phosphorus. The ammonium phosphate to fertilize, and it will bloom, and the harvest will be good you”, – assured the ghoul Safarova, the seller seedlings.

On a plot of 10 acres Lyudmila grows traditional vegetables – potatoes, onions, carrots, healthy and vitamin rich raspberries, currants, grapes. Family is very fond of strawberries, so it special attention. Spring must have to do pruning. This will ensure a good harvest at the end of may.

“Boron for increasing the yield, and potassium permanganate for disinfection, and also fertilizing with microelements”, – explained the woman.

Country experience Ludmilla Bryzgalova – more than half a century. During this time he learned to feel and to properly grow vegetables and fruit. Shares his secrets willingly. Instead of chemical fertilizers and growth stimulants need to use compost.

“This will be my additional fertilizer. Here is my food waste: peel carrots, potatoes, husks from onions, and of course the eggshell. This will decompose, it’s fertilizer, food”.

For each plant Ludmila creates a comfortable environment. Someone needs the sun, someone frequent watering, but, for example, for cucumbers – space.

“Cucumbers are vines, they need to trail. This is when mass planting in the farms, the farms were, where they in the open space lie, and me they will be tied up on the trellis. They are so better ventilated, less sick and more yield,” – shared Ludmila.

The first cucumbers ripening varieties will appear next month. For the season summer resident collects typically about 300 pounds. This is enough for summer salads and winter blanks.