To be sure you get a big potato crop, germinate it in advance. Plus, such training is also in obtaining early products.
And if you still treat seed tubers with ash and growth stimulants, there will not be enough bags for harvesting.
You will need
- - ash-
- - manganese-
- - Growth stimulant.
One month before planting potatoes in the garden, removeTubers from the storehouse (cellar, cellar, cellar). Go through, leaving only good ones, because during storage, the potatoes could wrinkle and even rot. Tear off all the sprouts that have appeared, new and strong ones will appear for planting.
To properly germinate the potato in front ofPlanting, you must first treat the tubers from the pathogens of various diseases that can be on the skin. To do this, dilute in the bucket of potassium permanganate. The solution should be bright pink. Place the seed potatoes in a net and put them in a bucket, treat the tubers for about 10 minutes. Lay out the cardboard boxes on the floor and pour the treated potatoes onto them, without wiping them. Thus disinfect all seed tubers.
If you want to quickly germinate the potatoes beforePlanting, use growth stimulants. There are a lot of them on sale, so it will not be difficult to choose. Dilute the drug, according to the instructions, and treat the tubers. If you do not have time to germinate the tubers and plant them without sprouts, which is generally undesirable, treat the potatoes just before you put them in the hole.
Now you can start to grow potatoes. If you have a little planting material, just lay it out on the same cardboard boxes and so leave it. If you plan to plant several hundred hectares, it will be more convenient to sprout potatoes in plastic boxes from vegetables. Just fill them halfway, otherwise the shoots will be long from lack of light.
And, finally, before planting the germinated potatoesTreat with ashes. Make it easy. Just sprinkle the sifted ash from the tubers right in the drawers and shake them a little. And if you put a handful of ashes directly into the hole when planting, a pest such as a wireworm will forget the way to your potatoes.