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How to cure a hydrangea

How to cure a hydrangea

When to water the hydrangea The hydrangea is a plant that in nature and in pot has an explosive bloom. To keep the flowers as long as possible one of the most important factors is dictated by watering. The hydrangea loves to be irrigated regularly and during the summer season it is also possible to wet it more than once a day if the operation is carried out sparingly and carefully.

Lepidoptera

Lepidoptera

General information Lepidoptera are an order of insects from about 160,000 species, more commonly known as butterflies and moths. Most of the known species belong to the suborder of the Glossata. The name "lepidoptera" derives from the union of the Greek words "scaglia" and "ala", with reference to the scales, arranged like the tiles of a roof, which cover the wings.

Rotary cultivator accessories

Rotary cultivator accessories

The rotary cultivator and its accessories The base of a good rotary cultivator consists of the engine block, usually with single-cylinder 2-stroke or 4-stroke petrol or petrol, with variable displacement up to 250cc. The traction is ensured by two driving wheels and the control of the functions is positioned on a comfortable handlebar that allows you to control the vehicle, the assembly of accessories is provided only on wheeled models that differ from the tillers that move directly on the cutter knives .

Healing plants

Healing plants

Healing plants Herbal medicine is an ancient art whose occupation is that of the knowledge of plants, their cultivation, their collection and their trade for therapeutic purposes. It could be said that herbal medicine is a science as old as the world. From the beginning the herbs were harvested and prepared for the well-being and health of men.

Drupaceous bacterial diseases

Drupaceous bacterial diseases

Drupaceous bacterial diseases: the apricot The most common bacterial disease of the apricot is the "deterioration", sudden or chronic. In Italy, this syndrome normally affects implants located in Emilia Romagna and Piedmont and its parthenogenesis refers to some specific pathogens, such as Pseudo-monas syringae and viridiflava.

Description of the Spino cucumber variety, features of growing and care

Description of the Spino cucumber variety, features of growing and care

The Spino f1 cucumber, created by breeders from Holland, tolerates normally a lack of light and is grown in two revolutions. This parthenocarpic variety does not require pollination by bees, the fruits are tied with pistils and stamens. Such hybrids are planted in film and glass greenhouses, and they yield crops in an open garden.