One of the most famous antiseptic compounds can be useful not only for medical purposes. Useful properties of brilliant green make it possible to use it in garden plots as an antiseptic, fertilizer and immunostimulant.
A solution of brilliant green is effective for cultivating land containing a small amount of mineral and organic substances. Lack of soil trace elements can cause a variety of plant diseases - scab, powdery mildew, gray rot, phytophthora, etc. It happens that cucumber seedlings fall ill with a dangerous and rapidly developing disease - root rot. The causes of root rot are considered to be high humidity and violation of agricultural technology. As a result of the spread of this disease inside the greenhouse, up to 80% of the cucumber lashes can die.
Cucumbers affected by root rot can be cured by using a solution of brilliant green, alternating with an iodine solution, 10 drops of each drug are taken in a bucket of water.
Often, gardeners are faced with the defeat of cucumber leaves with powdery mildew, a fungal disease that most often manifests itself in early summer. It is caused by microscopic ectoparasites, they affect the leaves of cucumbers, first located near the ground, and then the rest. White drops and spots appear on the surface of the leaves, this is how the mycelium of the fungus looks.To prepare a medicinal solution, take 10 ml of brilliant green, 50 g of urea and 2 liters of milk. With this composition, you need to cultivate the land under the cucumbers after watering.
Brilliant green solution is a safe fertilizer that has proven itself well in horticultural practice, it stimulates the ovaries of vegetable and berry crops, as a result of which their yield increases. The effect of brilliant green solution on the growth of whiskers in strawberries and garden strawberries is known; it is noticeably reduced. Therefore, berry bushes give more nutrients to the formation of ovaries and berries, they grow larger, aromatic and juicy. Feeding with brilliant green for cucumbers is very useful, the seedlings take root much better after being transferred to open ground or a greenhouse. Their leaves acquire a rich green color, become strong and dense, a large number of ovaries form on the plants, and a bountiful harvest ripens.
The antiseptic is widely used to treat tomatoes affected by late blight. Plants must be treated with 10 drops of brilliant green per 1 bucket of water over the leaves. The composition should be at room temperature, it is sprayed from a spray bottle, applied to the surface of tomato leaves for a week, in dry weather.
In order to prevent fungal diseases and mold, it is useful to treat the beds with a composition containing brilliant green. Its antiseptic properties and harmlessness to the environment make it possible to use the solution as a therapeutic and prophylactic agent in berry and vegetable crops.Before using the medicinal composition, you need to shed the earth with running water, then add a solution prepared in the proportion of 5 ml of brilliant green to 10 liters of water into the soil. ... After processing, you need to spill the beds with water again. This method not only prevents the development of plant diseases, but also strengthens the root system of seedlings,
Strawberry berry bushes are some of the most finicky to care for, but they are also the most favorite berries of most Russian gardeners. Even if all agrotechnical rules are observed, the bushes can suffer from fungal diseases, gray rot, or simply give few berries, they will be small and tasteless. Well-known brilliant green comes to the rescue, an inexpensive folk remedy. To prepare it for 1 liter of milk, take 1 bottle of brilliant green solution, dissolve in 1 bucket of water. The treatment is recommended to be carried out regularly, 2 times a month.
Slugs are extremely unpleasant and very common pests in the middle lane. They are capable of causing significant harm to garden crops, especially strawberries. With the help of brilliant green, you can prepare a solution for treating plants from these pests. You need to dilute 1 bottle of brilliant green in 1 bucket of water. Spray green leaves with this composition, and also shed soil with it under berry bushes and vegetables to protect the roots.
After carrying out the procedure of regular preventive pruning in fruit trees and shrubs, it is very useful to treat the cut with brilliant green. This will provide protection against the penetration of mold spores, harmful bacteria and protect the sensitive damaged area of the plant.
A solution of brilliant green stimulates rapid healing of the wound, it is quickly covered with a film.
Zelenka is also effective in weed control, as it is a good and budget herbicide. It does not allow a large number of well-known weeds to grow and release seeds - nettles, dandelions, burdocks, plantains, etc. The solution from weeds is prepared as follows: 10 ml of brilliant green and 1 tbsp are dissolved in 1 liter of water. l. 6% table vinegar. With this tool, weeds are treated from a spray bottle. This treatment should be done in warm sunny weather.
The number of berries that will ripen in the garden depends on whether many or few ovaries form on a fruit tree. Every gardener tries to get the most bountiful harvest, and one of the means of increasing the number of ovaries is brilliant green.To grow a lot of cherry and plum fruits, it is very useful to spray trees after the end of the flowering period with a composition containing brilliant green. It is necessary to dilute 2 hours of brilliant green in 5 liters of water and irrigate fruit trees.
The use of this drug helps to rid plants of pests, revitalize their foliage and flowering after diseases.
Why iodine is needed? A deficiency of this element will immediately affect the yield, plant immunity, weight and taste of the fruit. Therefore, gardeners have learned to feed and heal plants with simple spraying.
The recipe for an iodine solution for plants growing in the garden (before the ovaries appear): drip 20 drops of the element into 10 liters of water, use as a spraying 2 times a month.
During the period of ovary formation:
From personal experience. This recipe was tried out this year. The crop turned out to be unusually rich, free from pests. The tomatoes weighed 0.5 kg each. This has never happened before!
For tomatoes, the following recipe will also be useful: when growing seedlings, before transplanting it to a permanent place, you must spray it with a solution: 1 drop of element in 3 liters of water... Can be sprayed or watered, then you get fast-growing flower brushes, with an abundance of ovaries. The seedlings turned out to be strong, and the fruits ripened earlier than other gardeners.
After planting in the ground, the solution can be made less concentrated: 3 drops of iodine in 10 liters of water, pour 1 liter under the plant.
Every gardener knows how many pests are ready to spoil the cabbage crop. But a pharmaceutical preparation will help here too. As soon as the head of cabbage begins to tie, prepare the following mixture: 40 drops of iodine in 10 liters of water. It is necessary to water at the root - 1 liter per plant. To make cabbage pests fly around it, sprinkle each head of cabbage with the following mixture: 5 drops of the element per 10 liters. This will prevent aphids and rot.
Sawdust - waste from sawing wood and other materials (plywood, boards, etc.). The sawdust material is quite lightweight. The bulk density of wood sawdust is 100 kg per 1 m³ and 1 ton contains 9-10 m³ of raw materials with a standard moisture content of 8-15% (Table 1). This material is very easy to use.
|Bulk density of wood waste||Liter can, kg||Standard bucket (10 liters), kg||Mass of 1 cube in kg, kg / m³||The number of cubes in a ton (dry sawdust), m³ / t|
|Average data (excluding tree species)||0.1 kg||1.0KG||100 kg / m³||10 m³||9 m³|
The chemical composition of sawdust is characterized by the following content of chemical elements:
In addition, wood contains about 27% lignin, which gives the trees the density of lignification and at least 70% hemicellulose (practically carbohydrates).
Natural organic material, when decomposed in the soil, is the supplier of the elements needed by plants. 1 m³ of sawdust contains 250 g of calcium, 150-200 g of potassium, 20 g of nitrogen, about 30 g of phosphorus. In some types of sawdust (mostly conifers), the wood contains resinous substances that negatively affect the growth and development of plants.
Sawdust is a sterile substrate, and when it enters the soil, it is immediately populated by microflora. Provided with organic material, the microflora for the decomposition of sawdust uses the nutrients of wood and soil, depleting the latter with essential nutrients (the same nitrogen and phosphorus).
The composition of natural wood sawdust does not cause allergies, and does not emit harmful emissions during combustion. But it must be borne in mind that the above composition characterizes natural wood, the qualities of which are also determined by the composition of sawdust. Sawdust as waste from artificially obtained wood-based panels impregnated with adhesives and varnishes cannot be used in gardening.
Tired of regularly pulling up the small weeds that grow between your sidewalk tiles? Make a strong solution of baking soda (2-4 tablespoons per 1 liter of water) and pour into these slots. Repeat the procedure after 4-5 weeks. At the same time, do not spare sodium bicarbonate: the more concentrated the solution turns out, the better it will cope with weeds.
Caterpillars eating young cabbage leaves are capable of leaving gardeners without a crop. To prevent this, take equal parts of baking soda and flour, mix and spread evenly over the surface of the soil and onto the plants themselves.
For the prevention of late blight, try this recipe: mix 0.5 liters of kefir or whey with 250 ml of Coca-Cola, dilute in 10 liters of water, mix thoroughly and spray the plants. A thin film forms on the leaves, which not only protects against pathogenic bacteria, but also prevents pests from eating plants.
It is especially effective to carry out the procedure in early July, when late blight is gaining strength. Spray the plants every 7-10 days for a month.
If you prefer to weed the beds without gloves, then you have probably tried unsuccessfully to wash your hands of garden dirt with regular soap more than once. Put some baking soda on your hands, soaked with water and lightly soaped, and rub them together for two minutes. The baking soda will penetrate the epidermis and dissolve the dirt.
Also, soda cleans the heels well, so those who like to walk barefoot in the summer should not give up their habit.