Peony is a plant with luxurious flowers, which enjoys an incredible popularity among gardeners.
These flowers are grown not only for cutting, but also decorate flower beds from them.
And this is not surprising, because peonies - these are representatives of the flora, which have both high stems, and abundant foliage, and large beautiful flowers.
Peonies - flowers that do not require special careAt cultivation, however as well as many other plants they are ill. The first signs of diseases on pions are visible on their leaves: they can change color, shape, blotch, dry up, curl. Twisting and drying of pion leaves often results from a lack of potassium soil or damage to plant roots, for example, rodents.
"Rust" is another reason whyThese leaves can be curled. In this fungal disease, small yellowish-brown spots appear on the pion leaves first, then these specks begin to grow, which leads to drying and twisting of the leaves, and in the future, the death of the plant itself.
For peonies to grow healthy, it is necessary to correctlyCare for them, observing all the rules. Since most fungal diseases appear due to excessive humidity of the ground, flowers should, firstly, be planted at a distance so that the soil is well-aerated, secondly - in time to weed the flower beds, thirdly, it is moderate to water and Timely feed up.
If in your garden some plants are affectedFungus, then to protect peonies from the disease, it is necessary to take preventive measures. For example, the land around the flowers can be sprayed once a week with a one-percent Bordeaux liquid or a solution of copper chloride (six to seven grams per 10 liters of water).
Currently in shops you can seeMany different antifungal drugs: buy a couple of funds and use the instructions. Well-established "Fundazol", "Topsin-M", "Fitosporin-M", ground sulfur. In the fight against "rust" and powdery mildew it is possible to start up self-made copper-soap preparations.