How to grow broccoly

First of all choose a kale variety. You can purchase early-ripe, mid-ripe and late broccoli. If you want to harvest as early as possible, stop at the variety that needs to be grown in greenhouse conditions.

In early March, sow the kale seeds in a crate of ground. After the seedling is up, make a pick-up, that is, plant the seedlings in pots. Raise the air temperature to 21°C. After a few days, start tempering plants, to do this, set the following temperature mode: 17°C in the day, and 9°C in the night. Take out the seedlings for a sunny color, but don’t allow overheating.

When the cabbage has 5-6 true leaflets, transplant the plants into the open ground. If you want a large crop, choose to plant fertile soil with a level of Ph 6-6.5. Clean the place of weeds and introduce ammonium nitrate into the soil.

Plant plants so that the distance between rows is about 50 cm, and between broccoli — 30 cm. First feeding should be carried out 15 days after planting plants. For this, 500 ml of the cow and 1 tsp of the urea flutter in 10 litres of water. Bring under the root.

Water the broccoli often enough as she doesn’t like drought. Weekly loose the ground to about a depth of 8 cm. Remove weeds in a timely manner, as they can crush plants. It is

necessary to harvest the harvest until the flower buds have dissolved. And to do it preferably in the morning. A few days after collecting, you can spot side shoots from the plant, remove them and freeze them. If you see that the heads are slightly damaged, it is better to immediately put them into culinary processing, and it is not worth freezing, they will still mess up.

Broccoli can attack a variety of pests, such as boxworm, cabbage moth, and others. Therefore, to prevent spraying plants with pesticides.

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