Larisa Kuznetsova

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  • 00:02: hello today I will tell you how planting tomatoes open ground super early determinants GOVERNMENTAL dwarf varieties The easiest way it planted them as I call on kolkhoz meaning in the collective-farm business in that they planted close enough from each other somewhere 40 centimeters staggered like you see here
  • 00:31: planted as a usually previously digging onions if you a bed as I did spring it can be well little pollinate ash ash but better certainly not and if you go to far you had a bed ready before-you wear iwatch still Fall also pour somewhere one-third bucket into the well and We disembark as usual
  • 01:00: how we plant them in greenhouses disembark our tomatoes pre-bottom remove leaves that we buried in the ground we plant enough deeply remains in we are a small verhushechku and all basic meaning of very simple way in our Tomatoes will not They tie up and will grow and how to
  • 01:30: falls on themselves seedbed to we have not deteriorated our fruits our mountain which we all We do the whole garden bed mulches or hiding straw or hay, so I I cooked old members better course use the old hay or straw Straw better at I do not have a lot of straw old sienna so here
  • 02:00: neatly, we beds harbor here is direct around our let so here they are grow with us, and from walls and so they will it falls lies our hands on
  • 02:30: his point is that it is these varieties they are usually particularly it is not necessary to form only be removed Lower stepchildren and all formation thing is we have only ourselves decide for themselves as we leave Brush with tomatoes on Each let patients time to ripen because it all still open coffin though we are sheltering huge material but in fact only protects against
  • 03:02: Phytophthora bit I'm rather late early onset naturally cold He will not save us so our task as fast as possible to harvest collect it preferably before mid-August maximum until the end August because end of August already It begins with us on At least here very large and dew as if we were not fighting
  • 03:30: Phytophthora still it we will nor even though what efforts something worthless sprinkle the more that I never I apply to this by spraying copper sulfate or some other day best help does not matter throbbing and growing here in just such high beds utilization covering material
  • 04:00: Now I make my refuge eel car and show it will look entirely, and then how to future course show Now let's crop I'll do it, and we should look like look burning So we hid all bed of her son see she is now It looks matter is what else hay course
  • 04:30: first time will hold our tomato bushes and will give break from the wind here and gradually immersing the fruits They lay down on the hay very careful bent here and curving dreams to the ground on slightly higher since the hay is also a defined under the a couple of what's still here
  • 05:02: the advantage of that this course bed it so much always say the top is a dry that's because the top layer of hay or straw fast ventilated and dries out even after heavy rain and bottom is always humidified ie It requires less irrigations's bottom always good
  • 05:31: the ground beneath the hay starts structured starts right work that is not not dry when clogged just pour very passive neatly under we also do not cover blur soil however this method Now we get very normal simple the method which is available
  • 06:00: each summer resident It requires a very rare beds possible approaches say this landing then small the formation of this reserve necessary the number of brush and harvest and all I glance only Ukraine material when certainly it is hot then of course it is better to fool everyone on this
  • 06:31: planting in a collective farm in the open ground completed will wait we harvest today you planted tomatoes in the collective farm undersized determination now let will land tomatoes which so to speak high enough they need to grow
  • 07:00: little land beds in another and care for them need also a little bit different Here we have one of these varieties you see that the seedlings quite what high if we do it We put him as usual she quickly reach up and we are not beds it can cover the beginning when it must necessarily do to
  • 07:30: prevent from frost and cooling so we are building a groove rather you along or rather across the beds and we will root be on the opposite the side of the beds have on the contrary, we will be staggered We also order planting much less planting distance between doing
  • 08:00: between tomatoes already where some 60 centimeters also will not prevent us a wee bit Hall the bottom of the powder a little bit pour very profusely now stands terribly hot weather and a bed quickly juice
  • 08:31: so we do not regret Water at the beginning of gat our tomato and like this here lying under the slope point each his planting tamp hence all zemelku
  • 09:02: Here he is with us that's the way we Now put this here's our course which has been tied up because seedlings Vaska grew and pretty china and
  • 09:31: neatly bends and tie peg all so here we are We have landed more tall determinant, too varieties and will
  • 10:01: in the form several branches of the there it will be later naturally we are now nothing mulch long bed will not We will mutate and a bit later when they take root and when we remove more of one lower Leaflets and mutate and and we have forest they litter hay as in that case, it now remains to us Only our varieties
  • 10:33: This mark is convenient do such as polycarbonate piece it's sort of sign I sort of apple tree and landed on the other hand autoclave it all Bush I tagged now I'll mark all rest of his let bushes on This transplanting in the open ground
  • 11:00: finish it in our this year completed this the last in the bush outdoors until see you