Posted in section "Calendar of work in the garden and in the garden" publications will tell you when and what work needs to be done in a given month, how to properly care for vegetable, fruit and flower crops, taking into account the requirements of agricultural technology.
At the end of March, you should visit the site, do sanitary pruning, prepare grooves to drain water when the snow melts, spray the garden against pests, sow peppers, eggplants and tall tomatoes on seedlings, if you did not do this at the end of February
March is rich in professional and other holidays. This is, of course, International Women's Day, Submariners' Day, Poetry Day, Father's Day, St. Patrick's Day, and even ... Day of the bespectacled man (!) What to give?
In August, the collection of apples and pears begins. If there are 10-15 fruits on the tree, then take your time - let them fully ripen. But if the harvest is such that the branches are supported, then you cannot pull. Slice up the apple. If the seeds are a little brown, then you can harvest the crop. They will reach in prone.
In June, there is not a single free day - weeding, feeding, watering, pest control. It is necessary to have time to weed the beds twice, to feed all the plants. Didn't have time this month - it will be too late in July.
It is necessary to carry out a number of works to shelter plants for the winter. What do you need to hide from? First, from frost. Secondly, from spring sunburn. Thirdly, from birds, mice, bunnies and many others. And then this year, and the snow fell early. Are you late
In October, bushes and trees should be sprayed with a concentrated solution of mineral fertilizers. It is necessary to spray not only the aboveground part, but also the soil under the plantings. It is necessary to start from the very ends of the branches, since it was there that the aphid laid eggs.
June has the longest days and plenty of light, which is what the cabbage needs to grow. If, moreover, it often rains, then cabbage, and we too, are very lucky, because, as one famous gardener said, cabbage loves to drink water like a horse.
April Fool's Day, Florist's Day, Geologist's Day, Bird Day, Peoples Unity Day, Aviation and Cosmonautics Day, Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, Firefighter's Day, Earth Day ... - April is rich in holidays. What colors can you please loved ones this month?
Spring is a period when the soil is oversaturated with moisture, but it can lose it pretty quickly if fine sunny days come, so we need to save it. Best to retain moisture in soil mulch
February is the best time for winter grafting, with the help of which the gardener can grow the seedlings of the varieties he needs. To do this, in the fall, it is necessary to prepare stocks. You can use clonal rootstocks, wilds grown from seeds, or root cuttings
The main work of gardeners and florists in September: planting strawberries, winter garlic and rye; harvesting potatoes, carrots and beets; harvesting gladiolus bulbs and dahlia tubers for storage; whitewashing of trunks, etc.
Many owners of summer cottages leave flower beds unattended at the end of the season, dooming them to obvious death. But there are many simple techniques that help to preserve almost all flowers in the winter.
May Day, Victory Day, International Nurses Day, All-Russian Day of Libraries, Diver's Day, Sun Day, and even ... World Blondes Day! And blondes are known to love flowers. What flowers to choose in May?
In the middle of winter, when the fruit trees and berry bushes are at rest, it's time to take up the flower crops. And first of all, you should revise the flower seeds and check them for germination in order not to miss the optimal sowing time.
The real owner has a lot of urgent things to do in the garden in late autumn. Gardeners in the fall need to perform a number of works, without which you can not expect a good harvest and a well-groomed type of plants next year
This month there is a lot of everything: garden and vegetable garden maintenance, harvesting and use of crops, protection of plants from pests and diseases, preparation of storage facilities for the winter period are underway.
Annual asters, or callistephus and dahlias, bloom this month. Bouquets of them are beautiful and long standing in the water. Their relative, echinacea, also blooms in August. Throughout August, most varieties of phlox, beloved in Russia, bloom.
Among the main work in the garden in July - watering and feeding. It is better to water in the evening or in the morning, when the sun does not bake. This must be done carefully, at the root, so that the earth is saturated to a depth of 30-40 cm.After watering, the soil is loosened
July pleases with meadow and wildflowers, colorful bouquets of which many women love. Among these herbs are St. John's wort, valerian, fireweed, oregano, geranium, cornflowers, chamomile, poppies, navel, bells, veronica, mullein, tansy and many others.
June begins with International Children's Day. This is followed by World Environment Day, Pushkin Day, World Oceans Day, International Housewife Day, International Friends Day ... What flowers will we choose?
The main crops in our greenhouses and greenhouses are tomatoes, cucumbers and peppers. But in our climate, tomatoes and peppers can only be grown through seedlings. Otherwise, you will not get the harvest. Some helpful tips for preparing tomato and pepper seedlings
How to protect non-resistant plants from freezing. Rules for preparing plants for winter. Ways to shelter plants for the winter.
So we finally waited for the arrival of real warmth - the long-awaited summer, a period of passive rest (far to the sea) and no less useful active rest - next to our favorites, fruit and berry crops. Everyone chooses the type of vacation, and everyone is right in their own way. This article will be dedicated to those who decided to stay and help garden crops in difficult times. Why difficult?
Like any gardener or gardener, I want to get the largest possible harvest of fruits and vegetables on my six hundred square meters. In addition to using traditional farming techniques, such as seed treatment, soil cultivation, watering, fertilization and others, I also tried to adapt to the lunar astrological calendar.
There is not a lot of work in the garden in December, but all of them are very important and necessary for plants.
Snow is fluffy and light, at first glance, it is completely harmless, but this is not so, wet snow is very heavy and can easily crack or even break completely young shoots.
July is the top of summer. This period is usually the hottest time. As a rule, this month there is no longer frost, active growth of plants continues, fruits are tied. Therefore, the main concern of the gardener-summer resident is to promote these processes in every possible way and continue to actively care for all the crops on their site.
This popular wisdom is not accidental. With the beginning of the long-awaited warmth and sunny days, the worries of gardeners and summer residents are added. Despite the fact that the June day is the longest, it happens that it is not enough to cope with all the piled-up affairs. Everything requires attention: the garden, the vegetable garden, and the flower garden - just have time to move!
Spring is the time for the awakening of nature. During this period, the buds of plants begin to swell, from which then the rudiments of buds and leaves, or both together, depending on the type of buds, appear. Currants, gooseberries and honeysuckle are the first to start growing in the garden. If for some reason you did not have time to prune these crops in March, then do it in early April - before bud break. Cut off the shoots of newly planted 1-2-year-old currant and gooseberry seedlings, leaving only 2-4 buds on each.
May for gardeners is full of worries. There are so many of them as in no other spring or summer month. By this time, almost all work is being carried out in the open ground: you need to have time to prepare the soil and plant all the crops on time. But you just don't need to grab onto everything at once, striving at all costs to outmaneuver your neighbors! Better to take care of your health and plan everything carefully in accordance with the timing of planting.
In recent years, April days have been quite warm and sunny. Nature begins to actively wake up, and so many different matters of paramount importance are piled on summer residents at once, that it is no wonder to miss something in a hurry. After all, all spring work on a personal plot must be completed on time in order to get a good harvest in the future. Let's talk about the most important thing ...
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Garden calendar and auspicious days for gardeners 2021
The lunar calendars with its auspicious days are trusted not only by summer residents, among whom are gardeners and gardeners, as well as those who plant flowers, that is, flower growers, all those who deal with the land and plants (flowers), but also listen to them useful advice from women of fashion with fashionistas, fishermen and beekeepers, dads and mothers who are preparing to become parents, businessmen are looking for positive days for large investments in them, and so on.
Anyone who is a little versed in the subject of lunar calendars knows well that not only the location of the Moon in some of its phases, for example, in the Growing or Decreasing, most directly affects some processes, affects a person or plants, but also that, in what kind of zodiac constellation our night star is at this or that moment and it is very important to know about this.
The fact is that each of the twelve signs of the Zodiac is in contact with the Moon in its own way, affects plants, that is, if a fertile zodiac sign affects it, even if it is in the wrong phase, such a day can be considered favorable for certain plants, their sowing or planting. The same thing, but exactly the opposite, happens when the Moon is not in a fertile sign, but in one in which it is impossible to sow and plant.
Vegetable salads, delicious recipes, boiled for the winter, in jars
In more detail about the signs of the Zodiac, which of them are fertile or more or less suitable for planting (sowing) activities, how exactly and those in which such work cannot be done in any way, as well as some other activities that are most directly related to plants, summer residents with gardeners will learn further, after the table for gardeners.
Gardener and gardener calendar 2019
For those who maintain their own garden and vegetable garden, it is extremely important to use the lunar planting calendar. It also has another name - the gardener's lunar sowing calendar in 2019. But no matter what name it carries, the essence does not change - for successful planting, plant care and harvesting, you must follow its instructions!
Gardener and gardener calendar for 2019. Photo Source: Shutterstock
In January, the horticultural community freezes and practically does not engage in land work, but some plants, berries and flowers require sowing in seedlings in the first month of the year. We will tell you how to choose the most prosperous days for creating new seedlings in the material "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in January 2019".
In the last month of winter, there is more active work with seedlings, and you need to be as careful as possible in choosing the days for planting, feeding and other procedures. The "Calendar of the gardener and the gardener in February 2019" will help you.
In March, in warm regions, planting of seedlings in greenhouses begins. The more northern regions are beginning to fill the heated greenhouses with seedlings, the rest of the landowners are content with home conditions for seedlings. Our "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in March 2019" will come to the rescue.
April is the stormy season for preparing land for planting. Open the plants covered for the winter. Vernalization of potatoes requires special attention. On what days it is best to spend it, our "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in April 2019" will tell you.
May is the time for active manipulation of both the land and plants. Every day you need to devote to your garden, wisely allocating time and resources in accordance with the lunar calendar. You will find a more detailed description of the days favorable for certain procedures in the "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in May 2019".
The "Gardener's and Gardener's Calendar for June 2019" will tell you how to manage your agricultural concerns. Until June 23, planting in open ground will continue, gardeners are closely monitoring temperature changes and control the quality of the land.
"Calendar of the gardener and gardener in July 2019" will help to organize watering and weeding, picking and other care correctly.
In August, you should especially carefully monitor the cabbage harvest - watering, protection from pests. There is also an active formation of the potato crop. How to do it wisely, our "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in August 2019" will tell you.
In September, the harvesting of heat-loving varieties of vegetables, such as tomatoes and cucumbers, peppers, ends. The fruits of apple and pear trees are also actively harvested. The "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in September 2019" will help to draw up a favorable harvesting schedule.
October brings us a lot of trouble, because the autumn sowing begins. A lot of plants can be planted during this period, the main thing is to follow the rules that our "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in October 2019" will tell you about.
The last months of the year are not distinguished by intense activity, but during this period there will be activities for lovers of plant growing and gardening. We will tell you about how to distribute winter days in 2019 in the "Calendar of the gardener and gardener in November 2019" and in a similar article dedicated to December.
Lunar calendar of the gardener and gardener for March 2021
Detailed calendar of the gardener and gardener for the first month of spring
March is a preparatory month for active gardening work. In the first month of spring, you should inspect your site and draw up a plan for further actions, depending on the weather conditions that have developed. At the same time, it is important to take into account the sharp temperature drops in March. After the thaw, you can take care of the soil, fertilize it, sow seedlings, cut shrubs and fruit trees.
We bring to your attention the gardener's and gardener's lunar calendar for March 2021, which will become an indispensable assistant and tell you the most favorable days of the month for carrying out work in the garden.
Lunar calendar of the gardener and gardener for March 2021 by days:
March 1. On the first day of spring, it is advisable to engage in sowing, planting and transplanting root, stem and tuber plants. Their fruits will be stored for a long time, and the seed material will be of high quality. Green, leguminous crops and tuberous flowers planted on this day will also develop well. Also, the day is favorable for the sowing and planting of climbing flowers, spicy and medicinal herbs. You can start rooting plants, pinching the tops of the shoots so that they branch better. It is worth starting the spring pruning of indoor plants, and if the climate permits, then proceed to sanitary cleaning and the formation of crowns of trees and shrubs. In addition, you can clean greenhouse beds: remove weeds, thin out and sprinkle seedlings, apply organic fertilizer to the soil. It is not recommended to work with plant roots and loosen the ground near them. Also, you do not need to water the plants and spray them with liquids.
2nd of March. Auspicious day for planting all tuberous flowers, shrubs and roses.You can also sow, plant for long-term storage and on seeds, transplant plants with stems, root and tuber crops, including potatoes, greens, cereals, legumes, and other vegetable and fruit crops. You can sow and plant flowers, climbing plants, herbs and medicinal plants. You can root cuttings, feed plants, water, loosen the soil, cut, rejuvenate, form crowns, pinch, store roots, harvest flowers of medicinal plants. On this day, it is not recommended to graft and spray the plants.
March, 3rd. On this day, you can soak seeds, sow, transfer seedlings to the ground, plant and propagate vegetables, flowers, shrubs, trees, herbs, cereals, water the garden, fertilize the soil with various dressings. You can also remove weeds, thin out plantings, loosen the soil without damaging the roots, mow lawns, mow the grass, harvest, except for root crops, harvest the tops of medicinal plants, treat plants and soil from pests and bacteria. It is not recommended to prune shoots, as well as pinch mustaches and stepchildren. In addition, on this day, you should not trim trees and shrubs, harvest root crops (the fruits will be watery and cannot be stored for a long time), replant crops, divide roots.
March 4th. A good day for sowing and planting seeds and long-term storage of vegetables, flowers and medicinal plants, especially those with climbing and climbing shoots, as well as with sharp organs. You can soak and germinate seeds, apply root organic fertilizing, moderately water the plants, weed the beds, thin out and sprinkle seedlings, lay organic matter in compost, process greenhouse plantings and houseplants from aphids, scale insects and fungal diseases, trim unnecessary mustache from strawberries, shorten shoots to slow down their growth. It is not recommended to transplant plants and dividing tubers, rhizomes and bulbs. Also, you do not need to carry out formative and sanitary pruning, grafting, diving and pinching plants.
the 5th of March. A good day for sowing and planting any flowers - annuals, perennials, vines, corms. When sowing and planting plants for seeds, they will have abundant greenery, but the harvest will turn out to be insignificant. You can plant seedlings and cuttings, including fruit and berry plants. You can dig up, loosen, huddle, thin out seedlings, weed, pinch, trim the whiskers of strawberries, remove shoots and diseased plants. You can also harvest roots and onions for long-term storage, collect spicy and medicinal plants, dig up bulbs and tubers for storage, cut flowers (they are better stored during transportation and do not fade in a bouquet for a long time). It is not recommended to inoculate plants and spray them with pesticides.
March, 6. On this day, you can plant crops to get seeds, as well as plant flowers and flowering shrubs (in the future, they will delight with a large number of flowers). You can sow fast-growing medicinal herbs, cultivate the soil (loosen, dig up, huddle, weed, treat with parasites and diseases), collect seed material, remove excess plant parts, diseased shoots, harvest root crops (both for seeds and storage) , make blanks (salt, dry, pickle, boil, squeeze juices, make wine). Watering and pruning is not recommended. In addition, there is no need to take care of the plants, since on this day they are highly sensitive to mechanical damage and their wounds will not heal for a long time.
March 7. Planting and sowing on this day is not worth it, since the seedlings will take root for a very long time and hurt. The exception is root and bulbous crops, the strength of which is collected in the roots, and the developed ground part is not particularly important for them. You can harvest root crops, however, they will be watery and poorly preserved. They can be used for harvesting, as well as harvested fruits of land origin. You can carry out cleaning in the garden (cut off branches, shoots, remove old and diseased plants), in flower beds and beds it is recommended to harvest weeds, tops, top dressing, spraying seedlings from diseases and pests. On this day, you do not need to dig up and loosen the soil, water it. The root system is very susceptible to damage, so you need to protect it from wounds and decay. Therefore, work that can damage the roots should be postponed.
March 8. You can sow and plant vegetables, including onions and root crops (they will give good seeds and will be stored for a long time). You can plant rootstocks for subsequent grafting, as well as shrubs and trees. On this day, you can apply organic fertilizers at the root and process the plants on the leaves with nutrient solutions, carry out sanitary cleaning and formative pruning of bushes and trees, trim the whiskers of strawberries, remove weeds, root growth, diseased shoots and plants, destroy pests on indoor and greenhouse plants , spray the planting with antifungal drugs. It is not recommended to work with roots, water abundantly, pinch and dive plants.
9th of March. On this day, only bulbous crops and experimental plants should be sown and planted to breed specimens that differ from their species in shape and color. You can cultivate the land in the garden and in the greenhouse (dig up and loosen, weed, thin out and huddle seedlings), form the crowns of trees and bushes by pruning, do sanitary cleaning (remove shoots, diseased and unnecessary shoots, cut off strawberry whiskers), pinch the tops of the shoots, remove stepchildren, fight spots, root rot, pests, vaccinate. It is not recommended to water and feed the plants.
10th of March. Sowing and planting on this day is permissible only for root crops and bulbs. You can clean the garden (cut off branches, shoots, remove old and diseased plants). On flower beds and beds, it is recommended to harvest weeds, tops, top dressing, spraying seedlings from diseases and pests. You can root and transplant plants, harvest root crops for canning, harvest flowers, fruits and seeds of medicinal plants, cut flowers (they are better stored during transportation and do not fade in a bouquet for a long time), dig up bulbs and tubers for storage. Watering is not recommended on this day, as this can lead to root disease. In addition, there is no need to feed, as you can burn the plants.
11th of March. On this day, you should still not plant anything other than onions and bulbous flowers. The planted trees will grow ugly, with a gnarled trunk. It is worth checking where vegetables and root vegetables are stored. In protected ground, you can loosen and remove weeds. When growing flowers in a heated greenhouse, the time has come for cutting (the flowers will stand in a bouquet for a long time and will not lose their presentation during transportation). You can also form crowns, trim the whiskers of strawberries, remove excess shoots and flowers, diseased plants, pinch, pinch, spray plants from pests and diseases. On this day, you do not need to water, feed and dive plants.
March 12. On this day, you can finally plant and sow your favorite crops. You can plant flowers, trees, shrubs, weather permitting. From shrubs, you can plant raspberries, gooseberries, and from trees - a pear, an apple tree. From flower crops, an auspicious day for planting garden lilies and Shabo carnations. From indoor plants, you can plant aquarium or orchid. If it is not yet warm enough outside, you can plant seedlings in a greenhouse, prune trees and bushes, and root cuttings. You can also lay organic matter on compost, sow greens: arugula, asparagus, spinach. On this day, the treatment of plants with chemistry from diseases should be postponed, do not water too actively and do not apply a lot of fertilizers. It is also not necessary to vaccinate yet, as well as to carry out any work with the roots.
March 13. New moon. New moon day is not the best time to plant new plants. You can pay attention to the plants that already exist: harvest cuttings and root them, pinch the shoots, and add organic waste to the compost. In addition to crops, there is no need to water, fertilize, treat plants from any harmful insects or fungus, dig up the ground.
March 14th. On this day, you can sow radishes, Peking cabbage, onions and garlic, and from greens - cilantro, arugula, watercress. You can plow, dig and loosen the soil, change the soil in pots for indoor plants, remove weeds, thin out seedlings, trim the whiskers from strawberries, do sanitary cleaning of trees and shrubs, cut out root shoots, pinch the tops of shoots, fight thrips and scale insects on indoor plants and greenhouse plants, treat trees and bushes from bud mites and other harmful insects, spray greenhouse beds, trees, shrubs and their root zone from spots, rot and other fungal diseases, shorten shoots, the growth of which should be slowed down. Planting plants that have a long growing season is not yet worth it. It is also not recommended to water, apply liquid fertilizers, pinch and make a dive.
March 15th. On this day, you can plant fast-growing tops not for storage and not on seeds, for which the main goal is to build up green mass. It should be borne in mind that a strong stem will not have time to form, the seeds will not have time to ripen or will poorly retain varietal characteristics, and the fruit yield will be reduced. You can plow and loosen the soil, huddle, change the soil in pots, thin out the seedlings, weed, do sanitary pruning, trim the whiskers of strawberries, remove the shoots, pinch, treat plants from pests and diseases, collect seeds for testes, including root and medicinal plants, remove all crops for long-term storage, cut flowers. Unfavorable day for pinching, picking, transplanting and rooting of plants, as well as watering and fertilizing.
March 16. The main work that is relevant on this day is plowing, loosening, weeding. If there is still snow on the street, it is worth removing it from the roofs of greenhouses and other premises. You also need to deal with moisture removal so that melt water does not stagnate on the site. In addition, you can check whether the heat-loving plants are well covered, cover them with snow. In the greenhouse, you can thin out the seedlings, make sanitary pruning, removing excess shoots and shoots. It is possible to treat plants with special solutions against diseases and harmful insects. Sowing and planting many crops is not desirable. It is possible to sow and plant only fast-growing crops, for example, greens. Diving plants, watering them or feeding them with liquid fertilizers is not recommended.
March 17. Auspicious day for sowing and planting perennials, shrubs and trees, as well as legumes, vegetables, berries and flowers. From shrubs, you can plant rose hips and sea buckthorn. You can soak and germinate seeds for subsequent sowing, water, weed and loosen the soil around the plants, but as far as possible from the root zone, plant seedlings in the greenhouse, inoculate, feed the plants with mineral complexes, pinch and pinch the tips of the shoots, root cuttings, lay organic matter into the compost. It is not recommended to transplant plants and disturb their roots. Also, you should not form the crowns of bushes and trees by pruning, use the budding method for grafting.
March 18. Sowing and planting for storage is recommended, but not for the seeds of any plants - everything that grows slowly: trees, shrubs, perennials, etc. Especially if these plants need to be strong, stocky and resilient in order to successfully overwinter. You can water and loosen the soil, but not in the root zone, so as not to damage them. You can mow the grass, carry out pruning to enhance the growth of shoots, graft, pinch, harvest the roots of medicinal plants, apply fertilizers, lay compost, weed weeds, cut flowers, dig up bulbs, harvest for long storage, harvest grown products for future use. It is not recommended to loosen the soil in the root zone and replant the plants.
March 19. You can sow seeds for seedlings or in open ground, plant cuttings of those crops that form climbing and creeping shoots. When loosening the soil, you need to do it dry, without watering. You can tackle the beds in the greenhouse: thin out and huddle seedlings, weed the aisles. It is not necessary to water the plants abundantly, it is better to do this often and in small portions. Plants, near-stem circles can be treated with agents against diseases, pests hibernating in the bark and soil. On trunks and branches, frost wounds and cracks can be healed. You can sow legumes, varieties of cabbage, spinach, mint, hot pepper. You can also plant grapes and lemongrass in warm climates. From flower crops it is worth planting lilies of the valley, climbing roses. On this day, it is not recommended to do formative pruning of plants in the garden, as well as budding.
20th of March. A favorable day for sowing in open ground, but not planting seedlings and not transplanting creeping and climbing fruit plants. In addition, you can sow, plant and replant ornamental woody plants. You can spray plants against fungal infections and insects that can harm them. You can loosen dry soil around plants, dive seedlings, sprout seedlings, weed flower beds and beds, pinch, remove unnecessary mustache from strawberries, root shoots, dry shoots that thicken and are affected by disease or pests. It is not recommended to transplant, root and cut fruit and herbaceous plants. Also, the budding method should not be used for vaccinations.
21 March. You can sow and plant climbing and creeping plants - decorative, green, fruit and medicinal. You can water the plants and loosen the soil around the plants, but not after watering. You can thin out and sprout seedlings, lay layering for the reproduction of shrubs and perennial plants, weed and clean up (remove dry, thickening and diseased shoots, root shoots, unnecessary strawberry whiskers), pinch, pinch the tips of the shoots, dive, seedlings, inoculate and plant cuttings for rooting, treat bushes, trees and tree trunks with insecticides and fungicides. It is not recommended to prune fruit trees and berry bushes, or to do budding.
March 22. On this day, you can plant tomato, eggplant, peppers, onions, peas, varieties of cabbage, pumpkin, cucumbers. The day is also favorable for planting basil, dill, asparagus, artichokes. Planted annual crops will yield a good harvest. In the garden, if the weather permits, you can plant plums, apple trees, currants, and in the flower garden - asters and Shabo carnations. A suitable period to soak and germinate the seed. You can water the beds, followed by loosening. You can also feed plants with mineral fertilizers, inoculate and re-graft, harvest and root cuttings, lay organic matter on compost. You do not need to treat with chemicals against plant diseases. Pruning trees does not need to be done either.
March 23rd. On this day, you can harvest seeds: soak them in a nutrient solution or germinate in a damp piece of cloth.Many crops can be planted and transplanted - they will give an excellent harvest, but it will not work for seeds. You can sow greens, tomatoes, cucumbers, cabbage. Fruit and berry crops can also be planted in the garden, and asters and other flower crops can be planted in greenhouses or in a forcing house. You can loosen the soil, water the plants, apply organic and mineral dressing at the root, lay organic fertilizers on the compost. It is also a good time to do chores around the house; pruning and chemical treatments are not recommended.
March 24. You can plant and transplant ornamental plants and shrubs, the fruits of which are not intended for food. Also, the day is favorable for sowing and planting early ripening crops, primarily green ones. You can transplant plants with a strong and healthy root system, plow, dig up and loosen the soil, thin out shoots, spud plants, weed flower beds and beds, treat garden plants from overwintered pests and fungal infections, and indoor plants from aphids and spider mites. In addition, you can pinch and pinch plant shoots, harvest and root cuttings, form the crowns of decorative large-sized plants by pruning, and inoculate. On this day, you do not need to prune fruit trees, water and feed the plants.
March 25. On this day, you can plant trees and ornamental shrubs, from which it is not supposed to take a rich harvest, as well as transplant plants with strong roots. You can harvest all crops for long-term storage, including digging up potatoes, digging out bulbs and tubers, collecting seeds, fruits and root crops for seeds, collecting seeds of medicinal plants and herbs. When sowing and harvesting sunflower on this day, the seeds are well preserved and do not mold, and an excellent quality oil is also obtained. In addition, you can cut flowers (they are better stored during transportation and do not fade in a bouquet for a long time), cut off unnecessary shoots and form crowns, and harvest products for future use. It is not recommended to water and feed the plants.
26 March. Auspicious day for sowing and planting plants with edible parts growing above the soil surface. At this time, all plant juices rush upward, which dictates the need for regular watering and feeding of growing crops. You can water, feed plants, loosen and weed the soil, harvest fruits, herbs, herbs for drying and conservation, ferment and salt vegetable products. You can also carry out work in the garden aimed at the growth and development of shrubs and trees - planting, replanting, grafting. Pruning and removing shoots on this day will weaken the plants.
March 27. A favorable day for planting and sowing annual flowers, vegetables, creeping and climbing plants. You can also plant and replant small ornamental shrubs and trees. Seeds sown during this period give quick shoots. You can water and loosen the soil in the root zone, weed, thin out and huddle seedlings, do sanitary cleaning, cut off strawberry whiskers and root shoots, process bushes and trees from sucker and fungal infections - scab and powdery mildew. In addition, perennial plants can be propagated by layering and division, mineral complexes can be introduced into the soil. It is not recommended to soak the seeds and pinch them.
March 28. Full moon. Planting and sowing seeds is highly discouraged on this day. You should also postpone picking, pinching, spraying plants with any solutions. On a full moon day, it is recommended to rest and not touch the plants as much as possible. But if necessary, you can thin out the seedlings and huddle them, clean the area and soil in the greenhouse from weeds. You can water the root zone moderately, loosen, mulch the area around the trees. Mineral fertilizers can be applied carefully.
March 29. On this day, you can plant stone fruits, as well as root crops, cereals, forage grasses, legumes. You can also sow and plant flowers, herbs and herbs, climbing plants. You can root cuttings, make organic fertilizing, water and loosen the soil around the plants, thin out and sprinkle seedlings, remove weeds, fumigate plants from pathogens of fungal diseases and harmful insects. On this day, it is not recommended to vaccinate, spray plants with liquids, pinch, pinch and cut plants.
30th of March. You can sow floral, spicy and medicinal plants that form sharp organs (sting, thorns, thorns, ribbed fruits and leaves with sharp edges), spicy crops, as well as those that give underground fruits - parsnips, radishes, Swiss chard. Potatoes, beets and carrots planted on this day will grow well. In the garden you can plant cherries, raspberries, gooseberries. You can also treat plants from ticks and fungi, water the beds, carry out root dressing, soak and germinate seeds, lay organic residues in compost. It is not recommended to transplant and propagate plants by division, as well as to cut, pinch and pinch plants.
March 31. You can prepare seeds, sow flowers and medicinal plants. You can also sow bulbous plants, pumpkin, nightshade, root crops. You can also carry out treatment against fungus, mites, which can harm plants in the garden and greenhouse crops. Houseplants can also be treated for aphids and spider mites. You can weed, plow, loosen, mow the lawn (the grass will grow slowly), lay compost, remove tops for long-term storage, harvest the leaves of medicinal plants, and harvest the grown products for future use. On this day, you should not engage in propagation by roots, as well as pruning dried branches.
Recommendations for planting, replanting, harvesting and caree
- The most favorable days for sowing seeds: the growing moon is Virgo, and the waning moon is Cancer, Scorpio.
- Astrologers do not recommend sowing and planting during the new moon and full moon, since there is weak vitality in the seeds and sprouts at this moment. The worst time to sow and plant plants is within 12 hours before and after the full moon and new moon.
- For rooting cuttings the most successful days: the growing moon - Aries, Taurus, Cancer and Libra, the waning - Pisces, with any moon - Scorpio and Capricorn.
- The most favorable time for pinching and pruning for crown formation: new moon and waning moon - Aquarius, Gemini.
- Astrologers recommend harvesting when the moon is growing. At the same time, bulbous, root and tuberous are best planted and harvested during the waning phase of the moon.
- It is best to collect seeds of plants and flowers for further planting (reproduction) during the new moon and during the waning phase of the moon. At this time, the seeds accumulate vital energy, which is released after planting. This contributes to the rapid emergence of seeds and active development with high vigor of the shoots.