Spring is a hot season, you need to do a lot in time, and the yard is in order, and earth works should be given the necessary attention. This time for the gardener is the most responsible and time consuming.
Work at the dacha, perhaps, should start with cleaningTerritory, because the plot is in order, it is much easier and more pleasant to break into sectors. The dry trunks of plants, dried branches from trees, left from last year, are all to be recycled, and the ashes that will remain after harvesting the site will be very handy and will immediately go into action. Dusty garden furniture also needs attention to itself, it should be cleaned and cleaned of contaminations acquired during the winter. Greenhouses on the site also need to be put in order, cleaned up the glass so that the light passes through them better, also remove excess garbage and start digging up the land for a new crop.
The flower garden is the pride of a gardener, a summer resident, and carebehind him, at times, takes a good share of the time allotted for spring work at the dacha. Sometimes, the snow did not completely melt, and the flower beds are already full of snowdrops, hyacinths and other early flowers. If such flowers are present on the plots, then the cleaning of the flower garden should be extremely careful not to damage the sprouts or immature plants. It is clear that to dig up the ground in this case is not worth it, but to lift the earth with a sap, it does not hurt at all. If the ground is compressed, then during its loosening, you can scatter on the flowerbed a previously acquired humus or peat. In the prepared land can be planted seeds and seedlings.
Now we turn to caring for shrubs.Spring work at the dacha is a serious matter and requires the same approach to everything. To raspberries produced a good harvest, it is desirable to dig and fertilize each of its bush. For fertilizer, you can use chicken manure, diluted in water and standing for some time. This water should pour raspberry bushes. To make raspberries less wormy, you can plant lentils between the bushes, this method works by the fact that insects and pests do not tolerate the smell that lentils exude.
Earthwork at the cottage begins with plowing(if it is allowed by the territory) of the land, or its digging. Then comes the processing of dug up land with rakes and planting seeds, or seedlings. Carrots, beets, potatoes, peas, beans, onions, garlic-seedlings are not planted. And such cultural plants as tomatoes, peppers, cabbage, cucumbers can be planted in the open ground already in the form of seedlings.
Before sowing any culture, it is advisable to fertilizethe earth. In the period from April to May, gardeners and truck farmers have a lot of work at the dacha, and in May especially, but the time to prepare the soil for sowing must be found, this determines the quality and quantity of the crop. To fertilize the soil use peat, manure, a variety of compost or sawdust, but from sawdust there is a possibility of insects in the ground, of course, this problem can easily be solved with the help of various means used to combat harmful insects.
Another point to consider whenplanting of crops in the ground is the need to follow the alternations in planting. The spring spring work at the dacha is conducted in such a way that different crops are planted every certain year in certain areas of the earth. If this year on a piece of land growing cucumbers, then the next on it should grow, for example, beets. Each plant draws out those microelements from the earth that are necessary for this plant to grow, and if the same plants are planted on the same plots every year, then the earth is depleted. Of course, if the area allocated to the garden is not too small on site, and there is an opportunity to rest the land, it is desirable to allocate a small plot a year in order for the site to be completely free of planting. In the agrarian sphere this is called "pairs".
Needless to say, the work at the dacha in May is enough.Spring work at the dacha is generally a concern, but in return for our work, we get a harvest that will delight the eye and stomach throughout the autumn-winter period. In addition, for many truck farmers working with the land - it's something like occupational therapy.