Plants for F

Plants for F

Jacaranda belongs to the bignonium family and has up to 50 plant species. Sometimes you can find the spelling of Jacquaranda. The plant lives in the tropical zone of South America.


List of plants starting with the letter J: indoor, garden and vegetable garden - garden and vegetable garden

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Your garden and vegetable garden are under a constant, growing threat of ruin. And you don't pay any attention to it? Your enemies - pests must be destroyed. Pests in our gardens and vegetable gardens are a very serious problem that spoils our life during the harvest season, takes away the joy for our seasonal work.

Therefore, it is very important for a person who grows vegetables and fruits on their own land to know how to deal with parasites. The main habitat of all enemies of gardens and vegetable gardens is, of course, the soil. And therefore, it is in the soil that the overwhelming majority of pests winter. Although there are insects that spend the winter on the trunks of trees and shrubs, in various buildings. It is in the buildings that the larvae of all sawflies, beetles, pupae, ticks and weevils prefer to winter.

In the soil of the garden and garden at a depth of twenty or thirty centimeters, the Colorado potato beetle winters. Below it, at an even greater depth, an ordinary bear prepares itself for wintering. Flea beetles gather at a very shallow depth in the soil or under uncleared, fallen leaves. There comes a period in your garden between the harvested crop and the onset of a real winter, when the first snow falls and the first frosts bind the ground. This is the most favorable time to fight the enemies of your garden. It was at this time that most pests settle down for the winter, preparing their own moves and climbing into the soil to different depths.

And now is the time to apply some of the simplest and most effective methods of fighting and exterminating insects. The most effective method of combating parasites in the pre-winter time is digging the soil around the trunks of fruit trees, between the beds and on them. Such soil cultivation with a shovel allows you to extract most of the pests to the surface, where they simply freeze out or are destroyed by birds.

It is worth noting that if a large number of fruit trees grow on your land plot, then pests overwinter on their trunks and crowns. In the entire lower part of the tree, in cracks in the bark, in various crevices of wooden fences, caterpillars of the apple moth are arranged for the winter. On the trunks and thick branches between the wood and bark of trees, the larvae of the bark beetle overwinter in prepared tunnels.

The golden-tailed caterpillars braid the fallen leaves with dense, silky cobwebs and make nests for themselves, folding a few leaves. At the base of the buds of fruit trees, aphid eggs and copperheads are located in the stage. These pests prefer young trees and shoots. Many insects hide in various structures: caterpillars of the apple moth, cabbage pupae, flea beetles.

Whitewashing of their habitats and caring for insectivorous birds helps in the fight against pests. Additional feeders should be arranged. Such an activity will pay off during the harvest season.


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How and what urea acts on by me was mentioned above. (It's not only the scab development cycle, but also the intensification of the development of microorganisms that use scab spores as food and produce antibiotics.)

It is unreasonable to question efficiency because efficiency has a measure or degree, i.e. it is larger or smaller (by the effect of reducing the disease or infectious background) and the usual physical washout from plant parts to and into the soil leads to the death of scab spores, it is obvious that the effectiveness of such an operation is not zero.

It is not so important what kind of water-soluble power, which is a fertilizer, you are trying to dry the wireworm, or rather not "dry", but damage its integumentary surfaces due to the creation of a strong osmotic pressure, which is the difference in the potential of the solution outside and inside the integumentary cells of the wireworm. The same osmosis will damage the root systems of plants in exactly the same way. "Drying" itself is the result of protein denaturation due to the changing ionic strength inside the cell, naturally this process will take place in one way or another with the entire biota in the soil when very large doses of readily soluble salts are applied.

It is worth noting that the effectiveness of the fight against wireworms with the help of an easily soluble salt, which is ammonium nitrate, is low, in contrast to the use of crop rotations, this is precisely the crop rotation that is the tool that is used in real potato production (since it allows you to control both diseases and pests in aggregate.)


Interesting facts about decorative flax

Flax is considered one of the most ancient plants. During archaeological excavations, scientists have found the remains of linen food and fabric. The first fabric was made in India about 9 thousand years ago, it happened in India.

In Egypt, such a plant had a special honor, it was compared with the "breath of a child." They made incredible delicate fabrics. Only rich people and priests were happy to wear clothes made of such material. Linen was also used to create bandages to embalm the bodies of the dead.

Flowers of decorative flax were even used like a clock. The author of this idea was Karl Liney. This is due to the fact that crops open on bright sunny days and close on cloudy ones.


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