Sowing calendar for 15.02 - gardeners and gardeners

Sowing calendar for 15.02 - gardeners and gardeners

February 2021

February 15, Monday, 4-5th lunar day. The waxing moon is in Aries


Under the infertile sign of Aries, it is better not to engage in sowing, planting and transplanting plants.

Tidy up the greenhouse beds: thin and tuck the seedlings, remove the weeds.

Trim any unnecessary strawberry whiskers.

Treat plantings from harmful insects, ticks and fungal infections.

Pinch the tops of the shoots to increase branching.

Get vaccinated.


Plant fast-growing crops in your Aries, such as Chinese cabbage, onions, and garlic on a feather. For green plants, you can sow cilantro, watercress, basil, and mustard.

Not recommended

Do not sow or plant plants that have a growing season longer than 35 days.

It is undesirable to transplant, cut, dive, pinch and root any plants.

Set aside watering and fertilizing for now.

Do not use the budding method for vaccinations.


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Sowing calendar for 15.02 - gardeners and gardeners - garden and vegetable garden

April - one of the most stressful months for the gardener and gardener, because the work at the summer cottage is only being added. The weather is still changeable, and it is necessary to prepare the site for planting and sowing, to process fruit trees and shrubs from diseases and pests.

Gardener's lunar sowing calendar for April 2021 will help to plan work on the site correctly, will tell you favorable and unfavorable days.

In friendship with the lunar sowing calendar: when and what to do in the garden

It's time to harvest cabbage. Cut the cabbage, leaving stumps at least 1 cm from the head for better preservation. Having decided to store this vegetable all winter, it is worth pulling out the plant right by the root and shaking it off the ground thoroughly. Then dry and hang in the storage. If the frosts have already "beaten" the upper leaves - just remove them and carefully examine the heads of cabbage so that there are no signs of rot. Don't forget to track not only the lunar influence, but also choose dry weather for harvesting.

We advise gardeners to put healthy heads of cabbage separately from those affected by rot, so that infection does not occur and it is clear how many units need to be processed. A temporary warehouse must be organized outside the garden, or something must be laid on the ground so that the cabbage does not lie on the ground.

You can learn more about the methods of combating rot and methods of storing these vegetables in the article "Working in the garden and vegetable garden - October".

Winter sowing of onions is the best time to spend in October. At the same time, the beds for radish, dill, parsley and carrots are being prepared. If in your region there are November and December of freezing temperatures, then it is in October that it is time to sow the listed root crops. Look carefully at the recommendations on the seed pack. Experienced gardeners know that not all seeds are able to withstand the winter - this must be taken into account. Suitable lunar periods for this activity are listed below.

Sowing calendar for 15.02 - gardeners and gardeners - garden and vegetable garden

DURING FLOWERING plants (peppers, tomatoes, eggplants, etc.), nitrogen is no longer needed. But if the weather is dry, hot, the plants may lack boron and phosphorus. Carry out foliar dressing with boric acid (1 g per 1 l of water), or borax (2 g per 1 l of water), or boric superphosphate (6-7 g per 1 l of water), 2-3 times with an interval of 7-8 days. Do not forget during such periods during flowering in the morning and in the evening to tap on the trunks of tomatoes, peppers for additional pollination and even fruits.

FRESH SAWDUST can only be used as mulch, paths, and in the fall, sprinkled with ash, nitrogen, you can dig into the soil - so they will not do any harm. Fresh ones take up all the nitrogen.

PLANT POTATO in a row or two with onions, planting it in a row with potatoes. Onions protect potatoes (like tomatoes) from phytophthora, while potatoes protect onions from onion flies.

THROW 2 to 3 grains of peas, bush beans, or beans into a hole with potatoes - protection against wireworms (holes in potatoes). After harvesting legumes, do not pull out the plant, cut at soil level, leaving the roots in the soil. In the nodules on the roots of legumes, nitrogen accumulates - enrich the soil.

POOL POTATOES no more than 2-3 times, as a decrease in green mass leads to a decrease in nutrition for the formation of tubers. Avoid compaction of the soil, as the development of the root system will decrease - loosen it. Do not thicken the planting - the plant is weakened, diseases.

DETERMINING WHETHER THERE IS A BEAR in the garden (greenhouse) is easy. Spill the soil well, loosen it and wait a day. Small minks have appeared - this is a bear restoring destroyed passages (ventilation). When planting seedlings, try not to get into the burrows - the seedlings will survive. The smallest destruction of the moves is landing with a shovel handle. The destruction of the soil almost does not occur, and the bear does not touch the seedlings. Almost 100% survival rate of seedlings. In the resulting hole 20-25 cm deep, you can add the shell, phosphorus fertilizers (for the roots 0.5 tsp), ash (1 tsp) and fill with water.

STALKS of tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, potatoes and other herbaceous plants dry out - verticillary wilting. Unfortunately, there are no drugs for the fight. Remove any clogged affected plants and discard as far away from the site as possible. The disease spreads very quickly and affects more and more plants.

PEPPER ROT - The diet lacks calcium. For feeding, use ash, calcium nitrate (instructions).

LITTLE FRUITS on large bushes - too much nitrogen. Carry out foliar dressing with an interval of 10-12 days with phosphorus-potassium (10-15 g per 10 l per 1 m2). If it is rainy period, increase the dose to 20-25 g per 10 liters.

FUSARIOUS WILT OF CABBAGE. When infected, the leaves first turn yellow and wither on one side, and the head of cabbage bends, becomes lethargic, dries up, one-sided. Disease prevention - seed dressing before sowing: soaking seeds in potassium permanganate (1 g per 1 liter of water) for 15-20 minutes or soda (1 g per glass of water +18 + 20 ° C) for 24 hours. Warm up from fungal, viral for 2 hours at +50 + 60 ° C. It is obligatory to renew the soil with organic matter (60-80 kg of humus per 10 m2) or see soil renewal in the text.

TAIL OR HEART ROT. When stored in beets, the tail begins to rot, and black rot penetrates into the center of root crops, and bitterness appears. Infection occurs even in the soil with a lack of phosphorus and boron. Correctly fill the soil before sowing (boric superphosphate 60-70 g per 10 m2). Carry out foliar dressing in the phase of 4-5 leaves and during the formation of root crops with boric acid (10 g per 10 l of water) or brown (20 g per 10 l of water), spending 0.5 l per 10 m, you can use ash (2 tbsp. 2-3 m row) - introduced into the grooves 8-10 cm from the row. Foliage is carried out up to 3 times with an interval of 10-12 days. This is also done when the leaves of beets turn yellow.

EARLY CABBAGE will delight you with a good harvest if you add humus to the soil (holes), and not fresh manure. In order for the cabbage to grow and please, add 200-250 mixture to the hole when planting: for 10 kg of humus 60 g of ammonium nitrate, 60 g of superphosphate, 25 g of potassium salt (exclude potassium chloride).

CUCUMBER prefers to grow in slightly acidic soil. For prophylaxis, ash (2 glasses per 1 running meter) or slaked lime in the fall (200-300 g per 1 m2) is annually introduced under loosening. Lime is slaked at the rate of 3 kg per 10 liters of water. Fallen leaves from fruit trees are an excellent organic matter for future cucumber beds, rows, in a greenhouse (add to the soil).

IF DURING HARVESTING, the bulb is soft, and the bottom is cracked - there is a stem nematode (white millimeter worms) in the soil. Penetrating into the bulb, they lay eggs. Egg larvae feed on the juice of onions, garlic and everything that grows in such a garden. The plant becomes dehydrated, stunted, cannot be stored. The nematode is transmitted through semen. Soak the sevok, chives in a saline solution (5 tablespoons of salt per 5 liters of water) for 20 minutes. or 3 min. at + 55 ° C. The soil will be cleaned by sowing rye (green manure).

IN AUGUST, pinch the tops of the tomato shoots, remove the clusters with newly formed fruits, flowering (will not ripen). At the pumpkin, remove the ends of the lashes with flowers and fruits the size of an apple. Watering of the pumpkin is continued once a week. Pinch the top of the stem of Brussels sprouts to increase the rocking.

Dill germinates for a long time, plant it before winter at -3-5 ° C, so as not to germinate, or in early spring in a prepared place. 3 kg of humus, 20 g of superphosphate, 15 g of potassium per 1 m2 are added to the site, they are well leveled (you cannot add lime, ash - it dries out). Sowing density 0.5 g per 1 m2, depth 1.5-2 cm. Sow in 2-3 terms with an interval of 8-10 days.

BIOHUMUS - an ecological fertilizer produced by Californian worms, contributes to the balance of nutrients in the soil, to the production of environmentally friendly vegetables. When planting in the hole, add: pepper - 1 tbsp. l. cucumbers, eggplants - 1.5-2 tbsp. l. tomatoes, pumpkins, melons, watermelons - 3 tbsp. l. berries - 0.3-0.5 kg per 1 m2 when planting trees, bushes - 1 kg per hole greenhouse soil - 0.3 kg per 1 m2 for lawns - 1.5-2 kg per 1 m2.

FILM (tunnel) over the plants saves plants at -2 -3 ° C, watering the soil under the film saves at -5 ° C. You can not put the film on the plants - they will freeze.

FOR DROP IRRIGATION (the most rational watering), use hoses with a hole pitch of 10-20 cm - the soil will be wetted continuously along the row. At a step of 30 cm or more - radial wetting (near the hole). Lay hoses on mulch, will last a long time (not clogged).

NON-WOVEN AGRICULTURE (agrofibre) does not need to be removed during watering, it is hot under it on a sunny day, it saves crops from flea beetles and from recurrent cold weather, as well as pepper bushes in autumn at + 5 ° C.

KEEP THE MOISTURE of the soil under the tomato bushes at the same level - there will be no longitudinal, transverse cracks on tomatoes, especially large-fruited.

DO NOT SOW a late radish at the same time (terms) with an early one - it will not give root crops, it will bloom. Imported varieties planted earlier than mid-June-early July will produce root crops with voids. Thickened crops of any sowing date will give small, coarse root crops, shooting.

PROTECT the apical bud when planting cabbage. Damage to the kidney by frost, flea beetles, scrapping will lead to the appearance of several small heads instead of one large one. If this happens, delete it, leaving the largest one. Attention. This can also be observed with a lack of boron (extreme heat or prolonged rains with leaching of trace elements). To prevent boric starvation (see text) from flea beetles, sprinkle cabbage with a mixture (1: 1) of tobacco dust and ash every 5-7 days, starting from the day of planting, until one head of cabbage is formed.

LEAVES ON TOMATO BUSHES curl up in tubes in hot weather, take your time to fertilize. So the sheet is protected from moisture evaporation at + 30 ° C and more, reducing the evaporation area. During such periods, the bushes must be watered daily, at least 5 liters per large bush, if there is no mulching, drip irrigation.

THE MAXIMUM YIELD OF BLUE LIVES is obtained when planting 70-80-day seedlings (sowing January-February), height 13-15 cm, 5-6 well-developed true leaves. 50-60 days gives 50% of the yield, since the bush does not have time to form.

WITH INSUFFICIENT IRRIGATION, corned beef (poison) accumulates in the blue ones. Cut the plucked fruit - if the flesh is green, turns brown quickly - corned beef, it is better not to eat it (it does not collapse during processing).

2-3 WEEKS BEFORE HARVESTING any vegetables, root crops for storage, treat with potash (50 g per 10 l) or ash infusion.

Works in the room

The main actions of gardeners in March take place in indoor conditions. The yield of crops depends on the quality of seedlings.

The first thing to think about is plant boxes. You can use wooden or plastic containers, cassettes. It all depends on what exactly allows you to use the area of ​​the room, on the desire to dive in the future.

If you plan to grow a lot of seedlings, and there is little space on the windowsills, then the plants need to be sown very compactly. It is recommended to use small wooden boxes (in them the rhizomes will not freeze or overheat) or cassettes. Later, seedlings from them can be dived into cups or into a greenhouse.

A soil mixture for sowing can be purchased at a specialized store (better proven, which has already been used). You can also cook it yourself from leafy earth, humus, turf, peat, sand.


When peppers and eggplants are planned to be grown in a vegetable garden without shelter, they are sown for seedlings in mid-March. And tomatoes in the second decade of the month. With further transplantation into an unheated greenhouse, sowing can be done a couple of weeks earlier.

Last year's planting containers need to be disinfected or at least doused with boiling water to destroy a possible infection.

Put drainage 1-2 cm on the bottom. Pour prepared soil on top, tamp, water (soil mixture 15 mm below the walls of the container). Place it by a solar window or next to heating devices to warm up the earth.

To deepen the pepper by 1.5 cm, and eggplants and tomatoes by 1 cm. Sow in a moist substrate. After placing the seeds, tamp a little, cover the container with foil. Until sprouting, containers with pepper and eggplants should be kept at a temperature of + 26 ... + 29 ° C, with tomatoes at + 23 ... + 25 ° C.

In early March, you can sow early cabbage, celery, onions, potatoes for tubers for the next season:

  • Fill plastic cups with humus, turf and sand.
  • Water and deepen the seeds 10 mm.
  • Place in a tray, cover with foil or glass, remove to a warm place (+ 18… + 20 ° C) until sprouts appear.
  • After pecking the first shoots, transfer to a cool place (+ 8… + 10 ° C).
  • After a week, increase the daytime temperature to + 15 ° C, leave the night temperature + 10 ° C.
  • Drizzle with potassium permanganate solution to prevent blacklegs.

Seedlings can be transplanted in open ground or in a greenhouse, depending on the region, after 1.5 months.

It is also recommended to sow greens:

  • parsley
  • marjoram
  • oregano
  • tarragon
  • thyme
  • melissa
  • mint
  • seedling salad.

Helpful information! Many gardeners are in a hurry to plant basil in March. It is not recommended to do this, because he may get sick or start to stretch.

Seedling care

After the first shoots appear, rearrange them in a bright place so that the seedlings do not stretch out. After a week, lower the temperature to + 12 ... + 15 ° C for tomatoes, to +18 ° C for eggplants and peppers (if possible). It is good to do this for better and faster development of the root system.

Also, seedlings need to be watered regularly so that the soil does not dry out (but avoid excessive moisture).

Periodically turn over the planting containers on different sides so that the sun hits all the shoots equally.

If there is no diving of nightshade crops, nutrient mixtures must be added at the 3-4 leaf stage. You can also use complex fertilizing with a high phosphorus content.

Sprouting potatoes

They begin to do this after March 10, in order to plant in April. It is necessary to arrange the tubers in a bright, cool room. Pay attention to their condition, they must be healthy, without blemishes.

It is better to discard the material that has given thin sprouts, because chances are good that he is infected with infections.

Dive of February seedlings

Cabbage planted in February can be dived into separate cups when forming 1 true leaf. When transplanting, deepen the seedlings to the cotyledonous leaves.

After the formation of 2-3 true leaves, February celery can also be dived.If it is not possible to do this, the ranks need to be at least thinned out. Tightness negatively affects yields, and the likelihood of fungal infections increases.

In conclusion, I would like to add that if the seedlings planted in March are pulled out, the reason must be sought in agricultural technology:

  • high temperature (it can be reduced with frequent ventilation, but plants should be protected by covering them from heating devices with a damp cloth)
  • lack of lighting (install phytolamps, wash windows to better penetrate sunlight, thin out rows or make reflective screens)
  • excessive moisture (water sparingly, after the top layer has dried).

Following these simple recommendations, it will be possible to grow strong seedlings, which will give a rich harvest in the future.

Gardener lunar calendar by months 2020

On the waxing moon in March 2020:

  • Sowing of seedlings of tomatoes, zucchini, eggplant, pumpkin, pepper begins.
  • Seeds of cauliflower and early cabbage, leeks are sown on seedlings.
  • Early potato tubers are laid for germination.
  • Seeds of asters, lobelia, snapdragons and other flowers with a long growing season are sown in boxes or under film.
  • In the garden area or in flower beds, shelters are removed from early bulbous flowers and they are made sure that the melt water does not flood tulips and other autumn plantings.
  • A good time to transplant indoor flowers.

On the waning moon in March 2020:

  • If the snow has melted:
  • potassium, superphosphate and nitrogen are added under fruit trees and berry bushes
  • spray them with Bordeaux liquid or copper sulfate
  • under tulips, daffodils and lilies, superphosphate and ammonium nitrate are poured onto the still frozen ground.
  • All annual shoots of black currants are pruned, leaving only a quarter or a third of their length. All swollen buds on currants are harvested and burned. Red and white currants do not need to be trimmed. Raspberry bushes, bent down for the winter, are untied.
  • The branches are pruned and the crowns of fruit trees are formed.

On the waxing moon in April 2020:

  • plant and sow anything that needs to grow rapidly and is intended for immediate consumption
  • plant and sow fruit crops, cultivate grain
  • plant fruit trees.

On the waning moon in April 2020:

  • carry out work to destroy pests on trees and shrubs and protect them from diseases:
  • pears and apple trees are sprayed with 3% boric acid solution or 1% bordeaux liquid solution
  • under all fruit trees bring nitrophosphate
  • strawberries are sprinkled on top with ash and poured with a solution of soda to destroy the weevil (1 tablespoon per watering can)
  • gooseberries are treated with a solution of soap with soda ash against powdery mildew
  • young shoots are washed with tar soap if aphids appear on them
  • on black currant, they destroy swollen buds and blackened ends of branches
  • withered and blackened tops of raspberries are cut off and burned.

On the waxing moon in May 2020:

  • plant flowers: they will be fragrant and give a lot of seeds
  • planting and grafting fruit trees, shrubs (viburnum, mountain ash, irga, sea buckthorn)
  • carry out drainage works, install piles and foundations
  • mow lawns and lawns
  • shrubs planted under this sign produce a medium stem and tasty berries
  • seedlings of late cabbage, peppers, eggplants are planted in open ground
  • collect medicinal herbs
  • thin out plantings, cut lawns and lawns, huddle and loosen plantings. Plants are tied up and propped up with poles
  • sowing cauliflower of the second planting date
  • plant marigold seedlings in strawberries to scare away weevils
  • crushed eggshells are scattered between the rows to fight snails
  • leaf-eating insects are destroyed with mustard powder.

On the waning moon in May 2020:

  • They plant potatoes and bulbous plants, weed them. Organic fertilizers are applied under fruit trees and bushes. The soil around the onions and cabbage is sprinkled with ash mixed with peat from pests
  • if aphids appear on young shoots, the shoots are treated with chalk, lime or ash
  • young shoots are pinched on fruit trees (panning)
  • sow white and black winter radish
  • tomatoes a week after planting in the ground are fed with nitrogen, watered with water, sprinkled with ash, loosened
  • weeds are placed in the compost prior to insemination.

On the waxing moon in July 2020:

  • in vineyards - focus on earth operations and green grafting, combined treatment of shrubs against mildew, gray mold, bunchworm and mites
  • carry out protective spraying, so combining solutions to act simultaneously on pests and diseases
  • regularly loosen the strapping of cuttings engrafted in the crowns of trees in spring, pinch unnecessary processes, tie up the remaining shoots
  • from garlic, they shake off the soil and tie the greens into a knot to accelerate ripening.
  • Do not forget and do not be lazy to cover the beds of vegetable and berry crops with a film when spraying the garden!

On the waning moon in July 2020:

  • they regularly inspect the fishing belts on the boles of trees, where they hide for pupation of caterpillars
  • collect and destroy spider nests and egg-laying pests, mummified fruits
  • continue careful weeding of the beds, mulch the soil
  • collect and dry apricots, medicinal herbs.

On the growing moon in August 2020:

  • put additional supports as close as possible to the ends of the branches of apple trees and pears of autumn-winter varieties to avoid breakage
  • planting rooted rosettes, whiskers and young strawberry plants
  • select seed fruits
  • abundantly watered and loosened the soil under the plantings store sand for pouring root crops during storage
  • regularly water and loosen the berries, weed them and feed them for laying a plentiful future harvest
  • continue caring for over-grafted crowns, pinching tops.

On the waning moon in August 2020:

  • to increase winter hardiness, superphosphate and potassium are added under all fruit trees. Weed and mulch plantings. Shovel last year's compost
  • strawberries, on which there were pests, are watered with infusion of soap, tobacco or garlic
  • root shoots are removed from cherries and plums
  • pinch the tops on the upper brushes of tomatoes of all varieties
  • mow the lawns
  • start collecting potatoes and vegetables for storage. Vegetables and fruits are dried. Collect and freeze berries
  • collect berries and fruits for making wine and juices
  • prepare seasonings for the winter
  • plant early bulbous flowers. Phlox and peonies are transplanted and propagated.

On the waxing moon in September 2020:

  • during this period, planting of strawberries ends
  • cuttings of red and white currants are planted on seedlings. From annual shoots of fruitful bushes, cuttings of black currant 20 cm long are prepared for autumn or spring planting
  • plant garlic with cloves and heads
  • sow soaked dill and radish before frost, they have time to grow
  • all perennial plants are transplanted
  • canning and pickling cucumbers, tomatoes, prepare salads, borscht, vegetable caviar and other products for long-term storage
  • dried and frozen vegetables, fruits, mushrooms
  • collect fruits, as well as leaves and seeds of medicinal herbs, vegetable seeds
  • fallen leaves are raked into a heap and put into compost.

On the waning moon in September 2020:

  • all root crops are removed and stored. Prepare vegetables and fruits. They make jam. Make juices and wine
  • remove tomatoes for ripening
  • Harvested vegetable seeds
  • fertilize and dig up the ground under fruit bushes and trees. Dahlias huddle
  • pinch strongly growing young shoots of apple and pear trees
  • compost all vegetable waste (patients are burned)
  • the soil is weeded and loosened. All perennial vegetables are fertilized with slurry. All plants are abundantly watered, especially young trees. Disinfect and treat damage to fruit trees. Trapping belts are removed from trees and burned.

On the waxing moon in October 2020:

  • Planting fruit trees and bushes
  • cauliflower, leeks and parsley are transplanted from open ground into a greenhouse (third turn)
  • under fruit trees they spud the land with the addition of black soil or manure (prevention from frost)
  • spring greenhouses are disinfected, freed from tops and dug onto a shovel bayonet
  • plum, cherry and pear seedlings are pinned for the winter (it is better to plant them in the spring)
  • tree trunks are cleared of old bark, destroying the larvae of wintering caterpillars. Disinfect and heal injuries. After cleaning, the stems and bases of thick branches are whitewashed with a lime solution with the addition of a sticky substance.

On the waning moon in October 2020:

  • the late cabbage is harvested and fermented. Healthy heads of cabbage are stored
  • all fruit trees and berry bushes are sprayed with a 4% solution of Bordeaux liquid. Glue belts are applied to the trees. In the currant bushes at the very base, dry and old branches are cut out with pruning shears, as well as damaged and underdeveloped shoots
  • dahlia tubers are dug up, dried and stored
  • roses, clematis, bush chrysanthemums are prepared for winter: damaged and excess shoots and branches are cut out, the bushes are bent to the ground and pinned
  • fallen leaves are raked and put into a compost pit
  • they prepare the soil of the garden for the next season: they apply certain organic or mineral fertilizers, depending on what kind of crop is supposed to be sown. The earth is dug deeply, without leveling. The soil is limed (once every 3-4 years). Fertilizers must not be applied together with lime!

On the growing moon in November 2020:

  • dug out and transplanted into a box in a bright room lettuce, celery, parsley
  • prepare a soil mixture for seedlings of early greens. Part of the soil is stored in the basement, the rest of the mixture is well covered so that it is not washed out by precipitation
  • check and sort out the fruits left for storage
  • cuttings are selected from the best grape varieties for winter forcing. Until the time of planting, they are placed in the basement or covered with a layer of sand. Planting them in pots or plastic bags begins no earlier than December
  • cut out the sprouted shoots from raspberries, gooseberries and currants - old (over 6 years old), unproductive. Young plants (fruit seedlings, grape cuttings, cuttings) in the absence of frost and, if necessary, watered, spud with an earthen mound
  • covering grape varieties are covered with an earthen layer.

On the waning moon in November 2020:

  • dry peat is poured around the planted trees. The remaining young raspberry shoots are bent to the ground and tied or pinned with wooden hooks
  • continue pickling cabbage
  • they dig horseradish and select small roots for spring planting, which are then placed in a cellar for winter storage and sprinkled with peat
  • fallen leaves are raked and placed in a compost pit. The pit is well watered and covered with a layer of earth on top
  • in the established frosty weather, the plants are covered for the winter
  • the insulating material must be absolutely dry! Perennials and bulbs are covered with dry peat, roses and clematis are covered with needles, dry peat or dry leaves to protect from moisture
  • the trunks of fruit trees are tied to protect them from mice and hares.

Even in December 2020, according to the lunar calendar, there is work in the garden and in the greenhouse.

In December, grape cuttings are planted in pots for winter distillation.

They check potatoes and other stored vegetables.

Shake off and trample the snow around the fruit trees. The branches of young trees and shrubs are carefully shaken off and tied up so that they are not broken by snowfall. Snow retention is carried out in areas where young strawberries are planted.

Disinfect greenhouses, seed boxes, hoses and all garden equipment to eliminate possible foci of ailments and pests.

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