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WHY yellow garlic on a bed

Why yellow garlic on a bed

Yellowing of garlic feathers - a phenomenon which is often experienced by many gardeners.

The causes of this disease may be many plants, so all who wish to save the crop is first necessary to identify these very reasons, and then eliminate them.

Most often, yellowing of the feathers can be seen atwinter garlic, especially for those members that have been planted in the autumn too early. In this case, nothing can be done, but this phenomenon - a warning that planted garlic for the next year should be no earlier than the second half of October (weather at this time of the cold, the germs do not have time to hatch).

If you turned yellow feathers in the spring time and thispreceded by a small frost (namely frost can cause the disease), then in this case will help sprayings Tsikron drugs, HB-101, Appin, and so on. d. Spraying is carried out every three to five days before until the garlic is not healed.

Another reason for the yellowing of garlic - the lack of moisture. This problem will help to cope timely watering and loosening the soil.

Also provoke a change in the color of feathersGarlic can be pests in the form of, for example, onion flies. Insect Data not pungent smell scares, so spraying methods infusions of wormwood and other odorous agents here are not suitable. The most effective drug for these pests - a mixture of ash and tobacco dust (1: 1). Pritrusiv soil around the garlic like "medicine", you will create unfavorable conditions for the survival of onion flies on a bed of garlic.

Fungus - this is another reason, because of whichyou may notice a slight yellowing of garlic feathers. Most often, the fungus damages the roots of these plants, so try to always be soaked before planting the bulbs in special preparations (fitosporin, Maxim) or a weak solution of potassium permanganate.

Garlic may turn yellow and the lack of nitrogen andpotassium. In the first case will fertilizing urea (10 liters of water a tablespoon of urea), in the second - the land application of fertilizer potassium sulfate (a teaspoon per gallon of water).

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