Several times we mentioned this topic, and now it's time to talk about the construction of a country house from containers more seriously. Please be attentive to the details! A country house made of containers is not a panacea for expensive construction. Immediately, we also say that to simplify our work, and thus reduce the time to build a country house will not work.
Security measures in the country - a very serious matter, but, unfortunately, many of us neglect it. We suggest that you think about protecting the summer cottage in time, because you don’t want to lose what we have put so much effort into. Thieves, marauders, vandals, and most interestingly, even frivolous youth are the enemies of our country house, who can cripple the landscape, beat windows, remove valuable metal and small decorative ornaments from the territory.
With the onset of steady spring heat, each garden needs timely measures aimed at protecting trees and shrubs. Along with the awakening and swelling of the first kidneys, insects starving for the winter period wake up. Spring spraying of trees helps rid the garden of pests and pathogens.
Good evening, please tell me whether it is possible to water with yeast top dressing if mold appears on the top of the barrel? Tags: Seedlings 210 views | 06/03/2016 02:02 Recent questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked. At my cottage, someone eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves. Who is this?
Hello! Tell me, what is better to plant grape varieties in the suburbs? Tags: Diseases, Pests, Plants 257 views | 05/21/2016 02:30 AM Recent questions: There is a picture of moss, but I don’t know the name. Victor asked. At my dacha someone eats red beet leaves and carrot leaves. Who is this?
Growing sugar corn through seedlings allows you to get a cob crop in milk maturity 3-4 weeks earlier - June 20-25. The most suitable for these purposes are the early F1 hybrids of the breeding of the Transnistrian Scientific Research Institute of Agriculture - Zolotoy Runo and Viola, with a period from germination to dairy maturity of 68-72 days, practically having no stepsons.