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I bought 7 bottles of iodine, I will disinfect the greenhouse

 I bought 7 bottles of iodine, I will disinfect the greenhouse


No matter how many people are engaged in dacha farming, no matter how many tricks they may store up, there is always something new, interesting, and also very useful. The other day I was convinced of this myself. Recently I bought a dacha. Everything is according to the standard: a small house, a vegetable garden with beds and, of course, greenhouses. The few neighbors turned out to be sociable and responsive. But one of them puzzled me quite a bit: we ran into each other at the pharmacy, where she bought several cans of iodine - four or five, I can't remember.For the sake of curiosity, I decided to ask why she needed so much disinfectant, and the answer surprised me a lot. It turns out iodine is useful for greenhouse treatment. At first, it was also difficult for me to understand how it works, but a neighbor explained everything: it is enough to open four bottles and put them one by one in each corner of the greenhouse. Iodine vapors destroy all fungi and bacteria accumulating in the greenhouse, and also settle on the ground, thereby feeding seedlings. Moreover, thanks to this treatment, plants can more easily tolerate temperature extremes when transplanted into open ground. And the fruits, according to my resourceful neighbor, will be larger than usual. Previously, I had no idea that the low yield and wilting of the shoots could be somehow related to the lack of iodine in the soil.

This pharmaceutical product is also used to disinfect seeds that were collected last year: they just need to be placed next to the open bottle so that there is direct access to the vapors.

When iodine is added to the water, a solution is obtained that can be used to feed vegetable crops. The action of such a homemade remedy will help get rid of powdery mildew and May beetle larvae. You can use it through watering or spraying. I could not help but be surprised at such a long list of ways to use iodine in the country house. But, knowing about the beneficial properties of this substance, I immediately fired up the desire to try all the techniques that my neighbor told me about. Agree, such help in the garden would come in handy for everyone, especially from such an inexpensive and affordable tool. I do not think that iodine fumes can be harmful, but there are legends about their effectiveness in the fight against fungal infections. Therefore, on the same day, I bought seven bottles at the pharmacy at once: I will put four in the corners of the greenhouse, and I use the remaining three for fertilizing and caring for plants.

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How to use fish waste as fertilizer in the garden

Fish is a valuable product containing fat-soluble vitamins, trace elements that are necessary not only for the human body, but also for plants. Any fish is rich in phosphorus, potassium, magnesium, and marine life contains a lot of iodine.

When preparing fish dishes, waste is usually left: entrails, heads, bones. All this is an excellent fertilizer that can be used in the garden and vegetable garden.


Iodine for plants

In agricultural technology, root and foliar feeding with iodine is used.

Lack of iodine affects the growth and development of all plants. Iodine has a good effect on the yield, weight, color and taste of the fruit. Promotes better absorption of nitrogen compounds.

Iodine is also used to raise the immunity of home flowers by pouring 3 drops of iodine per 3 liters of water with a solution. Water this solution 3 times during the summer with the same interval between watering.

Plants will be healthy, beautiful and blooming. Do not increase the proportion, this will lead to yellowing of the leaves and flowers - an excess of iodine.


Other methods:

  • Watering garden beds with a solution of brilliant green (1 bottle per 10 liters of water) will relieve the plants grown on them from gluttonous slugs.
  • Spraying cherries with a minimum concentration of brilliant greens will help to set the fruit better.
  • Zelenka can be used instead of garden varnish for treating damaged areas of plants (including during spring and autumn pruning). Use a cotton swab or cotton swab to apply.
  • During the flowering period, water strawberries and other berry crops at the root with a weakly concentrated solution - 5 ml of brilliant green per 10 liters of water.

The proportions are the same 10/20, but plus 15 tablespoons of hydrogen peroxide and 1 liter of whey. Garden vegetation is fertilized with this solution when the ovaries have already begun to form. It is recommended to apply the nutrient every 3 days. If you fertilize the garden with these solutions, then the pests will not bother green spaces, they will be healthy, and, therefore, will give an excellent harvest.

It is worth noting that after harvesting, there will be no excess iodine in the fruits, since the plants absorb it through the soil in very small quantities.


The benefits of potassium permanganate for plants

Despite the variety of different products and preparations in specialized stores, many experienced summer residents use potassium permanganate permanganate to care for plants in the area - this is the scientific name of potassium permanganate. The range of use of potassium permanganate on the site is quite wide - from the fight against diseases and pests to disinfecting the soil in the beds and in greenhouses. The following areas of application of potassium permanganate can be distinguished:

  1. Disinfection.
  2. Plant protection against diseases.
  3. Pest control.
  4. Plant feeding (elimination of manganese and potassium deficiencies).

Disinfection

Disinfection means treatment with a potassium permanganate solution:

  • pre-sowing treatment of planting material (disinfection of seeds, tubers)
  • processing of garden tools and tools
  • dressing (watering) the soil before sowing
  • preventive treatment of greenhouses and hotbeds.

To prepare a working solution, it is necessary to dissolve 0.5 g of potassium permanganate in 100 ml of water and soak the seeds and tubers for 30 minutes.

It should be remembered that if the procedure is carried out longer, then you can simply burn all the planting material. In this way, vegetable seeds such as tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage, onions and garlic, as well as potato tubers and flower bulbs can be processed.

In order to carry out antiseptic treatment of instruments, they can either be wiped with a concentrated solution of potassium permanganate, or placed in it for a while, an hour will be enough.

Presowing soil treatment should be carried out with a working solution prepared at a ratio of 0.5 g of potassium permanganate and 1 liter of warm water. Its temperature should not be lower than 60 degrees.

As for greenhouses and greenhouses, their structures can either be wiped with a cloth soaked in a solution of potassium permanganate, or all internal and external surfaces can be sprayed with a strong dark pink solution. In the same way, you can carry out preventive treatment at home for seedling containers and pots prepared for planting flowers.

Fight against plant diseases

Treatment with potassium permanganate solution is effective for ridding garden and vegetable crops from the following viral, bacterial and fungal diseases:

  • powdery mildew
  • late blight
  • various types of rot
  • mosaic disease
  • blackleg.

The working solution for spraying is prepared based on the proportions:

  • 1 g of potassium permanganate per 10 liters of warm water - for late blight, black leg
  • 1.5 g per liter - for powdery mildew
  • 3 g per liter - for rot, mosaic.

Pest control

A solution of potassium permanganate is also effective in the fight against certain types of pests, for example, with a fly of various types and a wireworm - a lover of root crops. Watering with a weak light pink solution will help, and in the case of potatoes - spilling planting holes of 0.5 liters each.

A solution from pests is prepared as follows: 5 g of potassium permanganate per 10 liters of water.

Separately, it is worth considering the issue of feeding garden crops, especially some species.


Effect of hydrogen peroxide on horticultural crops

Hydrogen peroxide is becoming more and more widespread in the garden, whether in the garden. In the 21st century, it turns into a kind of panacea for plants. At garden forums, heated discussions of supporters and opponents of the use of hydrogen peroxide flare up. Gardeners and gardeners highlight the positive effects of peroxide:

  • The use of peroxide saturates the soil with oxygen.
  • Adding H2O2 to tap water removes chlorine, making the water healthier for plants.
  • Disinfection of soil, greenhouses and garden tools significantly reduces the risk of fungal diseases.
  • Watering and spraying plants helps to protect flowers and vegetables from death and wilting caused by fungal diseases.

Not only personal observations of many gardeners, but also studies of American scientists show that pre-sowing treatment of seeds and watering seedlings with hydrogen peroxide have a beneficial effect on the development of crops, stimulating their growth.

Thus, hydrogen peroxide is a kind of natural soil aerator, fungicide, pesticide.

Of course, the widespread use of this folk remedy should be treated critically and carefully, because hydrogen peroxide in the garden and vegetable garden, with its excessive use and in high concentration, can even play the role of a herbicide that destroys cultivated plants.


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