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Tomatoes in buckets - svekrushkin method. And it is always in early and a good harvest

So it is all about looks
So it is all about looks

Fiery salute fellow gardeners!

Although up tomato passions still far away, it's time to plan everything well. Spring will be less trouble! I suggest that you meet and possibly try a method for growing tomatoes in... old buckets!

Mother in law fiction adept at

Of course, this method does not come up with my mother in law. I read somewhere and taking advantage of the freedom of creativity, to realize. 3 more years ago. Now repeat every year!

Pay attention to the right-hand corner: the same Makar grow cucumbers
Pay attention to the right-hand corner: the same Makar grow cucumbers

When I first walked into her suburban estate greenhouse, I was a little surprised. Most of the greenhouse is occupied by usual planting tomatoes eared, but... In the corner stood buckets least eared plants.

Of course, I asked what it is and why it is necessary. In-law, of course, all clearly explained to. It remains to me to tell you, too.

What good tomatoes in buckets

I rummaged through the Internet and saw that many people have successfully used this method
I rummaged through the Internet and saw that many people have successfully used this method
  • Bucket - closed space. Land there is warming very quickly. If greenhouse roots penetrate the soil to a depth where the cooler a few degrees, there are all warm.
    This significantly speeds up the growth, development and fruiting. increases crop. Mother in law says that removes the fruit from "vedornyh" bushes 2-3 weeks earlier than growing in the old way.
  • For the same reason (the ideal temperature) tomatoes show their best qualities: sweet, juicy and flavorful. All we, gardeners, love!
  • Refresh the earth in a bucket each year is much easier than in the greenhouse.
  • The roots of plants are protected against soil pests. What is important: sprouts nobody "podstrizhot".

By the way, in the autumn fruiting sometimes does not stop. When cold, mother in law carries buckets in the house, under a high-power LED lamp. And it gets fresh tomatoes at least another month.

How to do the right thing

And you want to try this method?
And you want to try this method?
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  1. This is a great way to use old bucketsAnd do not throw them away! Suit and plastic, and metal. Only done at the bottom of the hole, running down to the water surplus.
  2. Fill buckets nutritious ground. Ideal - the earth from the garden, mixed with compost or humus. If the latter is not present, it can be mixed with a purchased ground 50/50. The result is not so expensive, and the food at pomidrnyh bushes will be canceled!
  3. Take care of the plants as well as for the rest of the tomatoes. The only thing that I stress: the earth in the bucket dries faster. Therefore, when moisture evaporates from the upper layer of soil, pour every bush 3 liters of water.

Tomatoes "groundwater" my mother-let on the workpiece. A "vedornymi" all summer and the first half of the autumn uses for the table. Because they are tastier and more aromatic. And we try?

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