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Early varieties of tomatoes for greenhouses

Early varieties of tomatoes for greenhouses

At the end of winter and early spring, every summer resident has an exciting time to prepare for planting tomatoes. In a large number of regions of Russia, the cultivation of heat-loving crops is possible only in greenhouses using the seedling method. The choice of early varieties is due to the fact that the number of sunny days during the growing period is very limited.

How to clarify wine at home

How to clarify wine at home

Only experienced winemakers can make the perfect wine. Very often, even if all the rules are followed, you may encounter some difficulties. Most often, home-made wines are self-refined. Drinks made from all kinds of berries are usually infused for 3 or 6 months after the end of the fermentation process.

How to make cognac from chacha

How to make cognac from chacha

It is difficult to imagine a festive table without strong cognac. In addition, this drink can be prepared independently at home. In this article, we will see how to make homemade chacha cognac. If someone does not know, then chacha is an alcoholic drink made from pomace. They are usually left after squeezing out the juice for homemade wine.

Tomato variety Accordion: reviews + photos

Tomato variety Accordion: reviews + photos

The mid-early Tomato Accordion was developed by Russian breeders for erection in open ground and under a film shelter. The variety fell in love with summer residents for the size and color of the fruits, high yield, good taste. Due to their fleshy, juicy pulp, tomatoes are ideal for fresh consumption, making sauces, adjika, juice.

How to get rid of worms in cherries

How to get rid of worms in cherries

A worm in a cherry indicates that the plant is most likely affected by a cherry fly larva. Females of this type of pest make holes in the fruit of the tree and lay eggs in them. Then the developing larvae begin to eat the cherries, which causes damage to the berries. When such fruits fall to the ground, the larvae burrow into the soil for the winter and reappear in the spring in the form of flies.

Viola Swiss Giants: growing from seed

Viola Swiss Giants: growing from seed

Viola Swiss Giants is an unpretentious biennial that attracts attention in any flower bed with large, bright inflorescences. Ideal for decorating suburban areas, parks, terraces and balconies. In order for the plant, which is popularly called pansies, to bloom long and profusely in the summer months, it is important to sow seeds and grow seedlings correctly in the spring.