What to do with raspberries to get buckets of harvest: summer life hacks
Delicious and sweet raspberries are a storehouse of useful vitamins and minerals. It contains a huge dose of vitamin C, so it is indispensable for strengthening the immune system. Vitamins of group B, PP, and beta-sitosterol help in case of kidney disease, gastrointestinal problems, hypertension, and anaemia.
It is not difficult to grow raspberries in the garden, it is not a very demanding crop. However, do not forget about fertilising. Read the OBOZREVATEL article on what to do with raspberries to get buckets of harvest.
After flowering, it is necessary to protect raspberries from pests that can adversely affect the quality and quantity of berries. Experts advise using biological products against raspberry weevils and ticks.
In addition, raspberries need abundant, and most importantly, regular watering. The harvest will depend on a sufficient amount of moisture in the soil. Therefore, drought should not be allowed in the raspberry bed.
Yellowed leaves in early summer can be surprising and upsetting. If you notice that the raspberry leaves are turning yellow too early, this may be a sign of iron deficiency. A solution of sulfate of soda will help to remedy the situation. Add 1 teaspoon of iron sulphate to 10 litres of water and make a root dressing.
By the way, the right neighbourhood plays an important role. It is not recommended to plant raspberries near cherries. The latter will inhibit the growth of the bushes and reduce the fruiting time. You should not plant raspberries next to strawberries - these berries are prone to common diseases. What trees, flowers, berries and plants will be bad neighbours for raspberries - read the article.
After flowering, the bushes will need potassium and phosphorus, so you can fertilise the soil with appropriate fertilisers.
Earlier, OBOZREVATEL told what not to feed raspberries with.
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