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Household

Uterus tinder: what to do

The term "tinder", depending on the context, can mean a bee colony, a single bee, and even an unfertilized queen bee. But these concepts are closely related to each other. A family becomes a tinder if a tinder bee performs the role of a queen in it. A bee can appear in the family only in case of loss of a full-fledged female.
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Garden

Spraying tomatoes with serum with iodine

The greatest danger to tomatoes are fungal diseases. They infect leaves, stems, fruits, and as a result, plant growth stops. Spraying tomatoes with iodine milk helps to correct the situation. This combination of components is safe for the environment, however, prevents the spread of harmful microorganisms.
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Garden

Growing tomatoes using Chinese technology

Almost every gardener grows tomatoes in his area. Growing these tasty vegetables takes a lot of time and effort. Every year there are new and new methods that greatly facilitate the task. In addition, modern methods allow to get a lot more yield than with standard cultivation.
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Garden

The most unpretentious varieties of peppers

Only half a century ago, there were no more than a hundred varieties of bell pepper, only pale green and red fruits were known. To date, breeders have already brought out more than a thousand of the best varieties and hybrids of this healthy and tasty vegetable. Now there are peppers of different taste: sweet, sour-sweet, bitter, and also multi-colored varieties: yellow, red, orange, green and purple, even white peppers are quite common.
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Garden

Breeding chokeberry

To multiply black chokeberry is possible even for a beginner in gardening. Shrub unpretentious, as a medicinal plant it is grown almost everywhere. How black chokeberry breeds The best time to breed black chokeberry is autumn. But there are many ways to plant shrubs in spring.
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Garden

What can be planted on the beds: table

Growing different types of vegetables on the same bed is not a new technique. More Indians in America planted corn, beans and pumpkin together. The pumpkin protected the ground with its leaves from the heat and slowed down the growth of weeds. Corn planted next to it, could protect the pumpkin from overheating, and the beans were able to enrich the soil with nitrogen, so necessary for the first two crops.
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