Takka


Takka (Tassa) is a perennial herb that came to us from Southeast Asia and the western regions of Africa. This mysterious plant can grow and develop in various conditions. He is not afraid of both open areas for growth and shaded areas: savannas, thickets, woodlands. Takku can be found both in the mountains and on the coast of the seas.

The creeping rhizomes of the Flower are represented by a tuberous development system. The aerial part of the plant is represented by large glossy leaves located on elongated petioles that have a ribbed shape. This is a rather large type of flower, the height of which can vary from 40 to 100 cm. But there are types of taccoid, which grow up to 3 m. On the young parts of the takka, you can observe the hairy edge, which gradually disappears with the maturation of the plant.

The originality of the plant is given by an interesting color and structure of the flower. Arrows extend from under the large leaves, which have umbrellas with 6-10 flowers at the tips. Some species have long bracts. Such plants give fruits - berries. Maybe the fruit is a box, but this is a feature of the plantain takka. This plant has a lot of seeds for reproduction.

Takka care at home

Location and lighting

Takku should be kept in shaded places in the apartment, protected from direct sunlight. To do this, it is better to choose windows facing east and west.

Temperature

Since takka is still a tropical plant, the temperature regime should be maintained accordingly. In the summer, the temperature should not deviate from the indicators at + 18-30 degrees. With the onset of autumn and for the entire winter-spring period, the temperature should be reduced to +20 degrees and maintained within this limit. The main thing is to prevent it from dropping below +18 degrees. The flower loves fresh air, but at the same time it does not tolerate the effects of drafts.

Air humidity

In this regard, takka is fussy. Dry room maintenance can harm the plant, so it must be constantly moistened in various ways. Systematic spraying must be supplemented with humidifiers. Additionally, you can place a flower pot on a wide pallet with moistened moss or expanded clay. It is also possible for the plant to arrange night steam baths, closing it in a room filled with steam.

Watering

In the hot season, takka requires abundant watering. You need to monitor the top layer of the soil, which should be moistened as it dries. With the arrival of autumn, water the plant more moderately. In winter, the soil in the pot can be allowed to dry out by 1/3 of the volume. In this case, the soil should not dry out or become waterlogged. For watering, it is customary to use soft, better settled, not cold water.

The soil

A breathable and loose substrate should be used to grow this plant. You can use ready-made mixed soils for orchids. Or combine the mixture in this ratio: leaf earth and peat in 1 part, turf soil and sand in 0.5 parts.

Fertilizer

It is necessary to feed the takka from early spring to mid-autumn once every two weeks. In winter, this flower does not need fertilization. For feeding, you can use a halved concentration of flower fertilizers.

Transfer

Takka is transplanted only when there is a need for it. It is better to do this in the spring, when the root system is fully strengthened. The capacity of the new pot should not be much larger than the previous one, otherwise the flower can be simply "filled". Care must be taken to organize the drainage layer.

Reproduction of the takki flower

The main methods of reproduction of takki are propagation by seeds and division of the rhizome.

Reproduction by dividing the rhizome

For reproduction by rhizome, you first need to cut off the aerial part of the flower. Next, you need to divide the rhizome itself with a sharp knife into the required number of parts. Then the cut areas are covered with charcoal and dried within 24 hours. After that, planting is carried out in light soil in pots corresponding to the size of the division.

Seed propagation

When planting seeds, they must first be prepared. To do this, the seeds are soaked in warm water heated to 50 degrees for 24 hours. Seeds are sown in loose soil to a centimeter depth. To maintain moisture from above, the crops must be covered with transparent polyethylene or plastic. The temperature of the soil in which the seeds germinate should be at least 30 degrees. Seedlings can appear in the period from 1 to 9 months.

Diseases and pests

The main enemy of takki is the spider mite. You can be saved from damage by this mite if you use acaricides to treat the plant. With frequent watering, rot can develop on the plant.

Popular types of takki

Tacca leontopetaloides

The tallest evergreen species of takkov. At a height of 3 meters, it has huge pinnately cut leaves, the width of which reaches 60 cm, and the length varies within 70 cm. The greenish-purple flowers are hidden under two large light green bedspreads. The bracts of this species of takki grows up to 60 cm, has a long, sharp shape. The berry is the fruit of the flower.

Tacca whole-leafed or White bat (Tacca integrifolia)

This evergreen flower migrated from India. It can be recognized by its wide, mirror-smooth leaves about 70 cm long and up to 35 cm wide.Under two large white 20 cm bedspreads, flowers are hidden, which can have various colors: black, dark purple, purple. The bracts of the snow-white takka, as it is also called, are thin. Cord-like and rather long (up to 60 cm). The berry acts as a fruit.

Tacca chantrieri or Black Bat (Tacca chantrieri)

This evergreen plant from the tropics is a close relative of the tacca whole-leafed plant. But even with the untrained eye, you can see the differences between these species. The height of this type of takka ranges between 90 and 120 cm. The leaves of Chantrye are wide and folded at the base, located on long petioles. This plant can have up to 20 flowers. They have a glossy red-brown color and are bordered with dark burgundy bracts in the form of butterfly or bat wings.


Do black lilies exist in nature? Takka shantrye: description, photo

Since ancient times, the lily has been considered a symbol of purity, innocence and hope, which is inaccessible to insidious temptations. This flower has always been revered in all parts of the world for its exquisite beauty and tenderness. The French raised the lily to the very royal crown at all - the image of the lily was applied to the flags of the National Guard.

In Russia, lilies were the embodiment of purity and chastity. This exquisite flower was a must-have for the bride on her wedding day. Poets dedicated the most intimate lines to him. Lovers gave lilies to their chosen ones, confessing eternal love. White and black. Love and hatred. The searing cold and indifferent perfection of the white lily are more than compensated by the deep color of the black or chocolate lily.


Takka: indoor cultivation

Takka is a rather rare and very unusual plant. First of all, attention is drawn to its flowers, which are actually whole inflorescences. They are not so much beautiful as outlandish, even a little scary.Against the background of large emerald-green basal leaves, the wide-spread large bracts imitate the wings of a bat, and the flowers put together seem to be the animals themselves. Hanging down, thin and long, filamentous bracts look like a cat's whiskers. In culture, there are mainly two types: Takka Shantrye (Tacca chantrieri) with dark purple bracts, it is called the Black Bat, and Whole-leaf takka (Tacca integrifolia), with white large bracts, it is called the White Bat.

The plant leaves few people indifferent, and if you are a fan of everything unusual, then add this specimen to your collection.

The takka is quite picky about leaving, often the attempt to keep her at home ends in failure.

Growing in warm and humid tropical forests under the shade of large trees, takka will require approximately the same conditions at home. When the plant is provided with everything it needs, it will certainly delight with its bizarre flowering, which can last almost all year round.

Illumination. Takku is placed in a bright, protected from direct sunlight, well-ventilated place, but without strong drafts. It is optimal to place it near the east or west windows; in summer, light protection from the sun may be required here. On southerly windows, place the takka behind other plants that will break up sunlight, or to the side of the window so that only oblique rays fall on it. On the northern windows, she may not have enough light for normal growth and especially flowering.

Temperature. Takka is thermophilic, it is advisable to maintain an even temperature of + 18 ... + 21 ° C all year round. at the same time, it is often affected by fungal diseases. Be sure to provide her with fresh air.

This evergreen plant hibernates at + 18 ° C, cooling below +13 ° C is undesirable. The damaging temperature for takka is + 4 ... + 5 ° C.

Protect the plant from both hot dry air from heating appliances and cold current from air conditioners, open windows and ventilation systems.

Watering. The soil is always kept moist, but not damp. A properly prepared substrate with plenty of drainage materials throughout the pot will make it easier to provide the right moisture for the earthy coma.

In summer, watering is abundant, with warm, settled water. Excess moisture that has leaked into the pallet must be removed. In winter, when takka falls into a forced dormant period, and its growth stops, watering is reduced and carried out as the substrate dries up, avoiding overdrying.

Air humidity... For takka of whole-leaf air humidity, it is necessary to maintain at least 70%, and for takka Chantrieu, 60% will be sufficient. It is the low air humidity that is most often an obstacle to keeping takki at home.

Spray the leaves and air next to the plant several times a day with warm boiled water, use household humidifiers and other means to increase air humidity.

Top dressing. From spring to autumn, during active growth, use universal complex fertilizers for indoor plants. In winter, all top dressing is canceled.

Soil and transplant... The key to successfully growing takki is proper substrate preparation. She needs a light, loose, moisture-consuming, but well-drained soil, pH from 6.0 to 7.5. It is important to ensure constant access of air and moisture to the roots. A mixture for orchids, bromeliads or a ready-made peat substrate with a large amount of perlite (2: 1) is suitable.

Takka is transplanted every few years, as the roots develop all the soil in the pot, and only by careful transshipment. Too much of a substrate, especially a dense one, leads to waterlogging and rotting of the roots.After the purchase, you can not transplant the plant for a year, and then slightly increase the volume, partially and very delicately remove the old soil from the top and sides of the coma, where there are no roots, and add a freshly prepared mixture with a large amount of perlite or other drainage material. A complete replacement of the soil must be avoided, this will lead to severe damage to the roots, they will begin to rot, and the plant will quickly die.

The vertical rhizome is almost completely submerged in the ground, only a few centimeters of the stem with leaves extending from it remain on top, they cannot be buried. Over time, when the rhizome grows strongly, it can be divided into parts during transplantation, thereby multiplying the plant.

Reproduction produced by dividing rhizomes or seeds.

Rhizomes without leaves are cut into several parts with a sharp, clean knife, sprinkled with crushed coal and allowed to dry for 24 hours. Then the delenki are planted in small pots filled with loose soil. From the dormant buds on the rhizome, new shoots soon begin to grow. This is the most reliable and fastest breeding method for takki.

In China, Thailand and other countries, the takku Shantrye is often referred to as the Black Orchid, and this is probably where the seed confusion came from. Wanting to order orchid seeds online (Black tiger orchid Flowers Seeds, eg), buyers receive large faceted takka seeds.

Seeds, pretreated with stimulants, are sown to a depth of about 0.5-1 cm in a moist substrate, covered with glass or film on top and placed in a warm place. Seedlings can appear uncommonly for many months.

Pests and diseases... Takka can be affected by common pests of indoor plants: aphids, mealybugs, scale insects, ticks.

When waterlogged, the roots rot; during extreme heat, takka is susceptible to fungal diseases. In dry air, the plant degrades and dies rather quickly.


Takka whole-leafed ("White Bat")

Takka is undoubtedly one of the most extraordinary flowering plants!

There are many known varieties of takkas (at least 30), but most of them are of interest only to collectors. The whole-leaf takka is very popular among flower growers; it is also called the "White Bat". The whole-leaved tacca is much larger than the widespread Tacca chantrieri and is lighter in culture.

Tacca integrifolia belongs to the Taccaceae family, native to India and Malaysia. It was first described at the beginning of the 19th century. The impressive rosette of the takka consists of wide glossy leaves (up to 35 cm wide, up to 75 cm long). It is a rhizome plant. Many peoples in Africa and Southeast Asia eat takka rhizomes (after special preparation) and its fruits.

The sight of the falling takki flower is absolutely unlike any other you know! Perhaps the purpose of the takka flower is to amaze and surprise. Just imagine something outlandish, spreading its "wings" on top of a thin meter stem!

The takka flower consists of two “veils” (usually white, with purple strokes), each of which is up to 20 cm wide. From under these “veils”, real takka flowers appear, similar to thick purple buttons. And this unusual sight is completed by long (almost 60 cm) threads of cord-like bracts, hanging like huge purple sideburns. Great ?! - not that word!

Variations in the color of the takka flower are possible: the "bedspreads" can be either pure purple or dazzling white. Sometimes white are also "cords" - takki's admirables.

I will reveal little tricks that will help you make friends with a takka-"bat".

First, pay attention to the size of the pot where you are going to put your outlandish beauty.The size of the pot should be appropriate for the size of the takki root system. Otherwise, waterlogging of a large volume of substrate can provoke the appearance of various rot in the takka, which can affect both its underground and aboveground parts. Most often, tacca leaves are affected first: they begin to blacken around the edges. In such cases, you will have to use fungicides.

Recommended pot sizes for planting takki: starting from 75 mm, then 140, 200, 250 and up to 300 mm. The use of larger containers for growing takki is considered impractical. It is better to remove the overgrown plant from the pot, cut off the excess parts of the rhizome, separate the children, put the remaining rhizome back into the pot and add fresh substrate to it. Takka does not like the annual transplant, it is recommended to do this after two to three years.

Secondly, in temperate and subtropical latitudes, takke absolutely needs a period of rest in winter, and you need to have time to prepare for it. Therefore, never undertake to replant takka if there are no two or three warm months ahead for its successful rooting. Untimely transplantation of tacca can lead to the death of its rhizomes.

A few more tips:
- For planting takki you need a loose, air- and moisture-permeable substrate, the reaction of the mixture should be slightly acidic. The following mixture has proven itself well for growing takki: 60% peat, 30% perlite, 10% vermiculite (the amount of perlite in the volume of the substrate can be brought up to 50%).
- For the good growth of takki, it is important to keep the substrate moist, but not flood or overdry it. In winter, water the takka carefully: let the soil dry slightly between waterings. In the summer, more abundant watering of the takka is carried out. Watering the takka is similar to watering orchids (phalaenopsis) or hoya.
-Takka loves to bask in the warmth (within 30 degrees), but she is afraid of the open sun and prefers a shaded place without drafts. One of the most suitable places to place a takka may be where the rays of the setting sun fall. But even in this case, it is better to place the takka behind a fabric that absorbs up to 70% of the light. Takka is only suitable for gardening if you live in the tropics. All other growers are advised to keep takka in a pot culture. In summer, weather permitting, it can be used as a container plant. In winter, it is not recommended that the temperature of keeping takki below 18 degrees is not recommended.
- Despite the fact that takka is afraid of drafts, it needs good circulation of moist air. Therefore, it is recommended to regularly create "fog" around the plant (use a humidifier or hand sprayer). Often the reasons for the reluctance of takki to bloom and the appearance of pests (spider mites) is the failure to meet these conditions.
- Pay attention to fertilization if you want full flowering takka. Fertilizers require an increased phosphorus content. It is useful to insist irrigation water with a piece of fresh fish - but you will please in this way, and you yourself will not be "delighted" by the aromas exuded by the resulting liquid ...
- You can propagate takka not only vegetatively, but also by seeds. Young plants, obtained after vegetative propagation, begin to bloom at the age of two years, and takki seedlings bloom after three years of age.

If you have the skills of floriculture, it will not be difficult for you to grow a takku “bat”. But if you have never grown anything from plants, and this is your first experience, then it is still better to start not with a takka, but with a more “docile” representative of the flora.


Takka - gardening

There are a lot of references on the Internet that monstera (lat. - Monstera) is a poisonous plant. It becomes a shame for this beautiful and innocent vine.This is complete nonsense! Monstera does not contain any poisonous substances. Indoor monstera is safe for people, animals, and other plants. On the contrary, it has many useful properties. The only nuisance is the microscopic needle-like formations inside the leaf tissue, which, when in contact with the mucous membrane, can (note "may," but not necessarily) cause a burning sensation. Therefore, monstera can be a potential nuisance for young children and very dumb cats and dogs. But my child, who grew up among houseplants, never tried to taste them, and cats and dogs are no worse than small children, and they also did not make such an attempt. Monstera is a useful plant. There are even varieties of it with edible fruits. I do not presume to judge about its beneficial properties as a medicinal raw material. I will leave this to the specialists, if anyone dares to advertise this magnificent houseplant as a medicinal raw material, then let him do it at his own discretion. But I know for sure that monstera secretes biologically active substances that help fight some bacteria, viruses and fungi. Monstera has beautiful large leaves that retain dust on their surface. All the owners of these beautiful plants are well aware of this. Beautiful large feathery leaves of monstera enrich the air in the premises with oxygen and decorate the interior of the apartment with their appearance. And the monstera is a real "green barometer", it has the ability to predict the weather. Before a thunderstorm or rain begins, droplets of water appear on its leaves.

Another myth associated with the monster is that she is supposedly an energy vampire and that she should never be kept at home. I don't even want to discuss this absolutely unfounded myth, because “energy” is an abstract concept, metaphysical and not of this world. If this were true, then all the inhabitants of tropical countries would have died out from energy depletion long ago, and the population of China, India and Southeast Asia, together, would not have exceeded 2.5 billion.

Monstera comes from tropical forests and the plant got its name from the English word "monster". Monstera is a liana, the stems of which reach a thickness of 22 centimeters in diameter, aerial roots grow from the stems. Plexus stems - aerial roots form dense thickets. Surely in the darkness of the night jungle, these bizarrely curved whips look like huge snakes, fantastic dragons and other monsters. Wise nature endowed the monster with these roots not in order to frighten tourists and take away their "energy", but in order for the plant to take additional moisture from the air during the dry season.

In Southeast Asia, monstera is considered a plant that brings health, happiness and good luck. In Thailand, it is mandatory to put a pot with a monster in the room if there is a sick person in the house. In Viet Nam and Laos, she is planted at the entrance to the house as a guardian - the keeper of the hearth.

So, love the monster. Do not believe any rumors, myths, gossip and fairy tales. Monstera is a useful and beautiful plant that will not only decorate your home, but with proper care it will become a sympathetic green friend. There is only one benefit from a monstera and no harm.


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This book is based on many years of professional experience of the authors and contains answers to the most important questions of gardeners. The reader will not only receive comprehensive information, but also get acquainted with the most productive and tasty varieties, the rules for improving soil and feeding, and most importantly - modern and crop-safe means of combating pests and diseases.

Secrets of the perfect lawn

To create an impeccable lawn on a summer cottage that will not take a lot of time and effort for care and over-sowing is the dream of any summer resident. In this book, you will find step-by-step recommendations and answers to the most pressing questions about the choice of mixtures for sowing, sowing methods, watering and feeding, protection from pests and diseases.

The book will help you create a beautiful and healthy lawn that will delight you for years to come!

Smart agricultural practices. Miracle harvest on 6 acres

This book reveals the secrets of increasing yields and is devoted to describing the most effective technologies for working on a personal plot - from competent soil cultivation to ways to preserve the harvest for the winter. The reader will get acquainted with the features of agricultural technology of favorite vegetable and fruit and berry crops: tomatoes, potatoes, cucumbers, zucchini, strawberries and others, learn about the best ways of feeding, grafting, pruning, protection from pests and diseases, which will allow you to easily get a wonderful harvest in the middle zone of Russia.

Good advice. Flowers in the house. No. 10/2016

“Good advice. Flowers in the House ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone who is fond of indoor plants, loves to care for them and create oases of wildlife in their home. The main part of the magazine consists of letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing flowers, protecting them from diseases and pests, arranging a balcony, terrace and winter garden, give useful advice to fellows in the hobby of home floriculture.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. Flowers in the House ": a lunar calendar for a month, a photo contest of readers and portraits of the best indoor plants for a home collection. Floristry, home garden, flower pharmacy, expert questions, designer advice, flower stories.

In this issue: Theme of the issue From oncidium to phalaenopsis and back My favorite flowers How to distinguish amaryllis from hippeastrum? Floristry Roses come from autumn Balcony, terrace, winter garden Fluttering flowers Designer tips Floral design. Where to begin? Plant Portrait The most exotic citrus fruit and much more.

Good advice. Flowers in the house. No. 04/2017

“Good advice. Flowers in the House ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone who is fond of indoor plants, loves to care for them and create oases of wildlife in their home. The main part of the magazine consists of letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing flowers, protecting them from diseases and pests, arranging a balcony, terrace and winter garden, give useful advice to fellows in the hobby of home floriculture.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. Flowers in the House ": a lunar calendar for a month, a photo contest of readers and portraits of the best indoor plants for a home collection. Floristry, home garden, flower pharmacy, expert questions, designer advice, flower stories.

In the issue: Theme of the issue Thorny beauty My favorite flowers How to propagate pelargonium? Wonder of nature Delicate Saintpaulia with a strong character Balcony, terrace, winter garden Scylla in early spring Designer tips Rustic coloring in the house Plant portrait Tropical bird and much more.

Good advice. Flowers in the house. No. 08/2016

“Good advice. Flowers in the House ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone who is fond of indoor plants, loves to care for them and create oases of wildlife in their home. The main part of the magazine consists of letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing flowers, protecting them from diseases and pests, arranging a balcony, terrace and winter garden, give useful advice to fellows in the hobby of home floriculture.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. Flowers in the House ": a lunar calendar for a month, a photo contest of readers and portraits of the best indoor plants for a home collection. Floristry, home garden, flower pharmacy, expert questions, designer advice, flower stories.

In the issue: Theme of the issue Indoor figs My favorite flowers From "plant" to bokarnea Wonder of nature Surprise from the forest Balcony, terrace, winter garden Home and garden decoration Designer tips Survival lessons in dark corners Plant portrait Sweet cucumber and much more.

What can you grow? Encyclopedia of growing berry bushes: cherry plum, quince, grapes, cherry

A rich and high-quality harvest is the goal of every summer resident. But not all summer residents succeed in collecting this. And it depends on many factors: from improper or untimely care, from indifference to diseases and pests in crops and many others.

Berry bushes, as a rule, are not too whimsical in caring for them, but still, if you do not know the minimum rules, you may not collect anything. To prevent this from happening, we suggest reading this book, which is written in an encyclopedic style, and will be useful to every summer resident.

In it you can find many useful tips for caring for berry crops.

Let everything be on your plots: apple trees, pears, berries, vegetables, and always flowers. Fresh flowers greatly decorate the garden and delight the eye. Let you find a place for luxurious roses and such simple but very cute cornflowers, daisies and bells.

How to turn your site into a piece of paradise where you will want to return again and again, you will learn from the new book by Oktyabrina and Alexander Ganichkin. The book contains a lot of practical advice and recommendations, verified by the authors on their own experience. You will receive the most necessary information on the cultivation of annual and perennial flower crops, on the agricultural technology of growing bulbous and corms, on the rules for planting, watering, feeding, pruning the queen of flowers - roses.

You will find a detailed description of the best varieties of plants popular and beloved by flower growers. To preserve the beauty of your garden, you will learn to take timely measures to combat pests and diseases. And you can also create alpine slides ...

Self-instruction manual for a novice gardener

A self-instruction book for all novice gardeners from leading domestic experts, Oktyabrina and Alexander Ganichkin, contains the most necessary and step-by-step instructions for growing all garden crops. The secret of success is in properly organized plantings, the optimal set of vegetables and herbs, which should be in any summer cottage.

All the intricacies of agricultural technology, planting schemes, feeding and watering norms, as well as new preparations for protecting plants from diseases and pests will help you regularly get a rich harvest even from a small plot.

Great encyclopedia of the gardener and gardener

This book is addressed to experienced and novice gardeners who dream of getting the maximum yield, but spending a minimum of time and effort. After all, if you organize your work correctly, you don't have to bend your back all summer. One of the most popular authors of Russia, Galina Aleksandrovna Kizima, will tell you how to achieve this.

It will help you take a fresh look at the most traditional methods of preparing soil and seeds for planting and sowing, tell you which variety to choose and which way to fight diseases and pests to prefer, so as not to harm either nature or the health of loved ones.

Monetary and sowing lunar calendar. 2015 year

The moon has a huge impact on our lives! Gardeners have long noticed: if you carry out work on the site, referring to the lunar calendar, then you have to spend less time on weeding, pest control, fertilization, in the fall you can collect a rich harvest that will be perfectly preserved.

But few people know that the lunar rhythms have no less influence on the arrival of money in our life! In this book, the famous astrologer Tamara Zyurnyaeva gives valuable advice to help you plan important things related to money, and work in the garden and vegetable garden.

Pick the right day for caring for plants, an important business meeting, or applying for a new job, and the moon will help you succeed! The calendars are compiled as simply and concisely as possible, they are easy and convenient to use even for a person who has never heard of lunar rhythms.

Lunar sowing calendar in convenient tables for 2017

The lunar sowing calendar was compiled specifically for summer residents by one of the most famous authors of books on gardening in Russia, Galina Aleksandrovna Kizima. In it you will find the most necessary information about favorable and forbidden days for: sowing seeds, planting seedlings, planting and transplanting trees, feeding garden and garden plants, fighting pests and diseases of green pets, collecting, canning and storing crops.

You will also find agronomic advice from Galina Kizima for each month on the pages of the calendar.

Good advice. House in the garden. No. 10/2016

“Good advice. House in the Garden ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone interested in gardening, horticulture, construction and landscaping. The main part of the magazine is letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing ornamental, garden and vegetable crops, arranging a summer cottage, protecting plants from diseases and pests, building and decorating a house.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. House in the Garden ”- a photo album from readers and portraits of the best flowers for a home collection! Advice on the use of medicinal plants, recipes for country dishes, questions to a lawyer, funny stories. All authors of published letters receive 1000 rubles.

In this issue: Theme of the issue Soil preparation for winter. Expert commentary Close up of Monarda My home is my pride A source of drinking water.The expert answers. At our site, the Territory of Health. The expert answers Health by nature Useful spice Earth-nurse Tree of grandchildren and great-grandchildren.

Expert answers and much more.

NEW book from the author of the bestselling books "Samokhod", "Fighter" and "Swing the Pendulum! Special officer from the future. " After graduating from the border school, our contemporary goes to his grandfather, also a former border guard, to show off the first officer's shoulder straps and a green cap - but the train arrives in the Soviet past, on the western border of the USSR immediately after the signing of the Molotov-Ribbentrop Pact.

"Popadants" will have to build a new outpost on the banks of the Bug River, catch local nationalists, pests and German saboteurs, and most importantly - prepare their soldiers for the impending war, which no one can already prevent. The "border guard" from the future knows that his outpost is destined to take battle at dawn on June 22, 1941 ...

Protection of the vegetable garden and garden without chemicals and poison

In this book, Nikolai Mikhailovich will talk about how to protect the garden and vegetable garden from pests and diseases without using harmful chemicals. Of course, pesticides kill harmful insects and pathogens, but their use leads to a decrease in the quality of fruits and vegetables and to environmental poisoning.

Therefore, it is better to apply the agrotechnical, physical-mechanical, biological methods described by the author, as well as ecological means: infusions and decoctions made from wild and cultivated plants, which have the ability to kill insects and pathogens.

Northern gardening. A practical guide to the correct arrangement of a vegetable garden and growing ovo

The manual is based on 40 years of personal experience and observations of the author in growing vegetables in the open field. The features of the organization of the vegetable garden, its natural and artificial protection are considered. Crop rotation of crops in the garden is described. The features of spring and autumn tillage are shown.

Fertilization of soil with manure, humus, bird droppings, sod, peat, etc. is considered. The device of nurseries and devices for thermophilic plants is given. The features of growing about 60 species of annual and perennial crops are described. Harvesting and winter storage of vegetables, diseases of garden plants, as well as the main pests of garden plants and proven methods of combating them are considered.

The 8th edition contains modern units of measurement. For a wide range of readers.

As soon as Marisha's life began to improve, a "precious" aunt on her father's side, whom she had never seen in her life, appeared on the threshold of her apartment. Two suitcases rolled in after her. Their size suggested that the relative was going to be stuck visiting her niece for a long time.

Friend Inna warned Marisha: the appearance of her aunt is not good! After all, all of my father's relatives are sheer pests! And she turned out to be right ... After Felicia rolled in, dubious persons began to hang around the apartment. And once, right in front of Marisha's eyes, the aunt was kidnapped.

The girl did not have time to prevent the criminals and was now ready to tear her hair out of annoyance. The police were not interested in this case, but loyal friends, as always, did not disappoint and dug up a lot of interesting things about Felicia!

The book is intended for both beginners and experienced winegrowers. The process of growing grapes is described in detail: planting, reproduction, caring for fruit-bearing bushes, protection from pests and diseases, etc. its processing, storage, transportation.

For a wide range of readers.

Apple trees and pears: harvest secrets from Oktyabrina Ganichkina

For the successful cultivation of apples and pears, the most popular fruit trees in any garden, you need to know the basic agrotechnical rules. In this book, you will find comprehensive information on how to properly prepare the soil, choose varieties, water, feed and protect crops from diseases and pests.

All about the beneficial properties of apples and pears, as well as recipes from the author in one book.

Fruit growing. Berry crops of the Middle Volga region. Part II

The textbook examines the distribution and national economic significance of berry crops, describes their morphological and biological characteristics, shows the influence of the main environmental factors on the growth and development of berry crops. The issues of resistance of berry crops to diseases and pests are highlighted.

Garden, flower garden, vegetable garden without much hassle

This book is written for people who are passionate about gardening and vegetable garden. Readers will learn how to grow vegetables and trees on their site, how to feed them and how to protect them from pests. Gardeners and gardeners will be interested in practical advice on choosing modern varieties of vegetables, trees and shrubs.

After reading this book, you will be successful in growing bountiful crops on your plots.

Everything about the garden and the vegetable garden. Complete modern encyclopedia

A new book by Oktyabrina and Alexander Ganichkin - leading domestic experts in the field of agriculture, the authors of several dozen books that are very popular. The most complete and understandable modern encyclopedia about a garden and a vegetable garden, which includes not only a step-by-step description of practical technologies that have stood the test of time, but also the latest means and preparations not of a chemical, but of a biological nature that will help to grow a rich harvest, avoiding many of the problems with which all gardeners collide every year.

Comprehensive information about everything you need to know to get high yields: detailed instructions for growing each crop with recommendations for planting, feeding, tying, protecting from the cold and storing the crop, describing the most effective means of combating pests and diseases, characterizing the beneficial properties of plants and fruits, advice on their use.

For everyone who has a summer cottage and wants to get the most out of it, who always wants to see fresh vegetables, berries and greens plucked right from the garden on their table.

Cabbage, lettuce, sorrel, spinach. We plant, grow, harvest, heal

The table is not empty if there is cabbage! White cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, kohlrabi ... Cabbage in Russia is used fresh, boiled, stewed, sauerkraut, pickled and even dried. It has been proven that cabbage was used by primitive people already in the Stone Age! And a storehouse of vitamins and minerals - green salad, spinach, sorrel? They were served to the table of the Persian kings! And these cultures are very popular today.

Mikhalych talks about how to grow them, protect them from diseases and pests, what varieties exist. Gives recipes for the most delicious dishes from them and tells all about the medicinal properties of these plants.

Serdyukov gate. Furniture, women, billions. Life and customs of pests of the XXI century

The Russian army has been hit by a virus of corruption and large-scale embezzlement of state property. When money appeared in the country, corruption in the Ministry of Defense did not get any better. On the contrary, as the story of Anatoly Serdyukov's resignation shows, the scale of abuse has only grown.

At the end of October 2012, information appeared in the press and in the electronic media of Russia about the discovery of multimillion-dollar thefts in the Russian Ministry of Defense and related commercial structures. For example, it was reported about a major corruption scandal around the Oboronservis OJSC, whose employees were caught by law enforcement agencies of fraud in the sale of non-core military assets.

A number of the defendants in the case, as it turned out during the investigation, have long known Serdyukov and maintained very close relations with the Minister of Defense. The Oboronservis case became the loudest corruption scandal in recent years and became the reason for the resignation of Minister Anatoly Serdyukov.

What caused the scandalous Oboronservis case? Fighting corruption? A war between power elites? Or banal adultery of the ex-defense minister? The author tried to find answers to these questions in this book.

Modern technologies in vegetable growing

The monograph presents innovative technologies for the cultivation of vegetable crops, the morphological and biological features are given, the characteristics of the varieties and hybrids of the Belarusian selection are given. Considerable attention is paid to agrotechnical methods for the production of vegetable crops, the use of fertilizers and growth regulators, irrigation, protection of plants from diseases, pests and weeds.

Materials on cleaning, post-harvest handling and storage are presented. It is intended for managers and specialists of the agro-industrial complex, farmers, researchers, teachers and students of educational institutions, as well as owners of personal and summer cottages.

Plant protection in protected ground floriculture

The tutorial contains basic information on the protection of flowers grown in greenhouses. The biology of the development of the most common pests and diseases and the damage they cause are outlined. The morphobiological features and technology of cultivation of flower crops are presented.

Tomatoes. From seedling to harvest

Tomatoes are one of the most popular crops in summer cottages and gardens. Their cultivation begins with sowing seeds for seedlings in early spring. Caring for tomatoes has its own characteristics of watering, feeding, forming, protecting against diseases and pests. Our book will help you choose the varieties that are most suitable for central Russia and grow a rich harvest.

Garden trees and shrubs

This book contains information about garden trees and berry bushes. Quite a large place in it is given to the introduction of new varieties, clonal rootstocks, and the cultivation of seedlings. Various systems for the formation of early-growing trees, methods of regulating the growth and fruiting of trees, and agrotechnical measures are considered.

The modern technology of establishment of perennial plantings and their care, as well as the protection of fruit trees and shrubs from pests and diseases are described.

The monograph examines the regularities of the growth and development of alfalfa, optimized methods of its cultivation technology, and shows the role in improving soil fertility. The scientific and practical achievements of Belarusian scientists in increasing the seed productivity of sowing alfalfa, as well as its use in clean and mixed crops for seeds and fodder purposes are summarized.

A large section is devoted to the application of a set of measures to combat pests, diseases and weeds in seed crops. The main pests and diseases of perennial grasses are described and recommendations for the use of pesticides in their control are proposed.

The possibility of obtaining seeds of perennial grasses of high sowing conditions and additionally high-quality beekeeping products is shown. Recommendations are given for attracting plant pollinators in order to obtain stable yields of seeds of perennial grasses.

It is intended for agricultural specialists engaged in seed production of perennial grasses. It will be useful for students, teachers of educational institutions, as well as novice amateur beekeepers and vegetable growers.

The new book by Oktyabrina and Alexander Ganichkin - leading domestic experts in the field of agriculture - is devoted to how to regularly get a rich harvest even from a small plot. The secret of success lies in properly organized plantings and an optimal set of crops.

The reader will get acquainted not only with all the intricacies of agricultural technology for vegetable, fruit and green crops, but also with the recommended planting schemes that will minimize the cost of time, money and, of course, effort.The book describes in detail the whole range of works on the personal plot, methods of enrichment and improvement of soils.

Much attention is paid to the protection of plantings from pests and diseases, the most effective modern fertilizers are described in detail.

Good advice. Flowers in the house. No. 03/2017

“Good advice. Flowers in the House ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone who is fond of indoor plants, loves to care for them and create oases of wildlife in their home. The main part of the magazine consists of letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing flowers, protecting them from diseases and pests, arranging a balcony, terrace and winter garden, give useful advice to fellows in the hobby of home floriculture.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. Flowers in the House ": a lunar calendar for a month, a photo contest of readers and portraits of the best indoor plants for a home collection. Floristry, home garden, flower pharmacy, expert questions, designer advice, flower stories.

In the issue: Theme of the issue A guest from Africa My favorite flowers A star named passionflower A miracle of nature Spring to order! Balcony, terrace, winter garden Flower paradise Designer tips Fruit landing in the house Plant portrait Indoor plum and much more.

Houseplants Encyclopedia

Every lover of indoor plants sooner or later faces the problem of placing their pets in an apartment, study, office or house. This means that the time has come to acquire more detailed knowledge about your indoor plants, their placement, protection from pests, the need for light and air.

But let's say you take proper care of the plants, and they do not get sick, but continue to occupy all the new areas of your home. When there are too many of them, the issue of placement becomes very acute. How and where to place a specific plant, how to choose a pots, how to make each of them appear in all its glory and at the same time become an organic part of the interior?

All about the beds. Multi-tiered, triangular, square

The new book by G.A.Kizima, a well-known gardener with half a century of experience, tells about various types of beds and their purpose, methods of forming and processing them, and methods of combating garden pests. Also, the author shares useful tricks and secrets of growing excellent yields with minimal effort.

300 tips for gardening and gardening for advanced summer residents

The new series of books by Nikolai Kurdyumov, the most famous popularizer of natural agriculture and effective gardening in our country, is a long-awaited gift for millions of fans of the garden master, as he calls himself. Here you will find both materials from your favorite publications, and new ones, about discoveries and techniques that allow you to harvest an environmentally friendly crop, and without much effort.

In this book you will find advice from Nikolai Kurdyumov on all relevant topics related to the garden and vegetable garden. You will learn how to keep moisture in the ground, about new materials and about the methods of pest control tested by the author and other summer residents, learn how to diagnose a tree, learn when it is better to prune and even how to revive a dying beloved apple tree.

Lunar seed calendar for 2017

Moon phase shifts have a huge impact on the development and growth of all plants and fruits that you grow on your garden plot. Your harvest will be bountiful if all work is done in accordance with the favorable phases of the moon. In this lunar sowing calendar for 2017, you will find the exact dates of the entry of the Moon into the signs of the zodiac, as well as advice on how, when and what plants to process in order to get a rich harvest and protect its diseases and pests.

Good advice. House in the garden. No. 07/2017

“Good advice. House in the Garden ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone interested in gardening, horticulture, construction and landscaping.The main part of the magazine is letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing ornamental, garden and vegetable crops, arranging a summer cottage, protecting plants from diseases and pests, building and decorating a house.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. House in the Garden ”- a photo album from readers and portraits of the best flowers for a home collection! Advice on the use of medicinal plants, recipes for country dishes, questions to a lawyer, funny stories. All authors of published letters receive 1000 rubles.

In the issue: Theme of the issue Plot without weeds. Expert commentary Close-up Medicinal chamomile My home is my pride The light of our windows We have a tea company Health from nature How to become beautiful Earth-nurse Your seeds: how to grow, collect, preserve and much more.

What and when to plant, protect and fertilize. Gardener's calendar until 2019

The long-term calendar of G. Kizima, a well-known gardener with half a century of experience, is an irreplaceable assistant to gardeners and gardeners. It lists the main work for each month, and also tells about when and what to sow, plant and replant with what and when to fertilize and feed with what, when and how to protect against diseases and pests, how to use the phases of the lunar cycle to grow an excellent harvest.

A course of lectures for schoolchildren about mammals, birds and fish that are found on the territory of Russia. © IDDK 01. Terrestrial and freshwater fauna 02. Fauna of the Russian seas Fish 03. Sturgeon, beluga and grass carp 04. Salmon 05. Pike, carp 06. Asp, perch, catfish, herring, sterlet 07.

Flounder, pike perch 08. European eel and roach Birds 09. Nightingale, owl 10. Steppe eagle, stork 11. Golden eagle, blackbird, white-browed 12. Great bustard, woodpecker 13. Lark, partridge, swan 14. Harrier, black grouse, owl 15. Peregrine falcon , osprey 16. Heron, penguin Mammals 17.

Bear, wolf 18. Fox, wild boar 19. Hare, deer 20. Elk, tiger 21. Seal, desman 22. Beaver, Arctic fox, ermine Insect pests 23. Forestry 24. Agriculture.

Good advice. House in the garden. No. 05/2017

“Good advice. House in the Garden ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone interested in gardening, horticulture, construction and landscaping. The main part of the magazine is letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing ornamental, garden and vegetable crops, arranging a summer cottage, protecting plants from diseases and pests, building and decorating a house.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. House in the Garden ”- a photo album from readers and portraits of the best flowers for a home collection! Advice on the use of medicinal plants, recipes for country dishes, questions to a lawyer, funny stories. All authors of published letters receive 1000 rubles.

In this issue: Theme of the issue Ways of protection against the Colorado potato beetle. Expert commentary Close-up of Nigella sowing My home is my pride Everything is in business! The expert answers. On our site The trend of the season is mobile flower beds. The expert answers Health from nature Beauty recipes Earth-nurse What you need to know about cherries.

Expert answers and much more.

Everything about tomatoes and cucumbers from Oktyabrina Ganichkina

For the successful cultivation of tomatoes and cucumbers, the most popular vegetables in any garden, you need to know the basic agrotechnical rules. In this book, you will find comprehensive information about what predecessors are needed for these crops, how to properly prepare the soil, choose varieties, water, feed and protect against diseases and pests.

Garden care. Scientific calendar

The scientific approach - knowledge about the phenophases of the development of trees and shrubs - will help to understand the intricacies of the agricultural technology of garden crops. Key seasonal gardening activities are described in detail: pruning, tying, covering, pest control, harvesting. The book covers a wide range of issues about the garden: from planting to obtaining a stable rich harvest.

The author is a professional, experienced gardener.

Growing of the main types of fruit and berry crops. Rich harvest technology

Interest in growing fruits and berries in Russia has grown especially strongly in recent years. This is explained by the high cost of imported fruits and berries, and by the desire to grow environmentally friendly, “without chemicals” products for their children, and a huge number of different varieties and types of fruit crops.

Now you can pick up the variety you need, for example strawberries, even for the seemingly unsuitable soil for growing it. We will tell you how to do it correctly, avoid losses, recognize diseases and pests in time, and reap a good harvest.

Flowers on the balcony and loggia

Have you been dreaming of your own flower garden for a long time, but do not have the opportunity to care for it in the country? There is an exit! A wonderful miniature garden or an incomparable flower garden can be laid out right on the balcony and loggia. And then a piece of wildlife, sun and summer will always be there! The book contains only the most important information: a competent choice of plants (love for moisture, warmth, light, flowering time, proximity to other plants), cultivation and care features (planting, watering, feeding, pest control), planning a flower garden on the balcony, design and style options.

Bright and vivid illustrations will be the source of many ideas and ready-made solutions.

The gardener's encyclopedia for beginners in clear drawings and diagrams. Saw - repeat

This book provides the most complete information about growing vegetables in a summer cottage: features of garden crops, their requests and whims, step-by-step recommendations - from choosing a variety to harvesting effective and safe means and ways of protecting against pests and diseases.

The author also shares the secrets of getting excellent yields with minimal effort and time. The book was also published under the title "The Illustrated Gardener's Encyclopedia for Beginners."

Pepper. Super harvest without mistakes

Pepper is one of the traditional vegetables in summer cottages. Even a novice summer resident can get a healthy harvest in the very first season, properly caring for it, feeding it, watering it and protecting it from pests and diseases. In this book, you will find step-by-step instructions on growing peppers from seedlings to a healthy harvest.

Swim in the sea for 100 days and spend only 3 kilograms of fuel. What kind of fuel is this? Atomic! The story will be about him in the book "How does the atom work?" the famous popularizer, author of the famous radio play KOAPP Konstantinovsky M.A. pests by the atom, and with radioactive labels, you can easily trace the migration routes of animals.

How an atomic reactor and a nuclear power plant work, why a nuclear chain reaction happens, how to build an atomic reactor yourself, what isotopes are - you will learn all this and much more from our atomic book. For primary school age.

Gardener's universal calendar

This book will help you save time and effort and harvest multiple crops from the same garden in one season, no matter what region your site is located in. With this book, you will always know when and what to plant, how to protect plants from pests and diseases, as well as preserve and recycle crops.

365 tips for the gardener. All works on the site

The book contains advice on the proper care of the garden (placement of beds and plants, watering, feeding, loosening, digging, mulching, hilling), as well as caring for greenhouses and greenhouses. It will help in preparing seeds and growing seedlings, protecting plants from frost, pests and diseases.

Potatoes and cabbage. Harvest secrets from Oktyabrina Ganichkina

For the successful cultivation of potatoes and cabbage, the most popular vegetable crops in any garden, you need to know the basic agrotechnical rules. In this book you will find all the comprehensive information about what predecessors are needed for these crops, how to properly prepare the soil, choose varieties, water, feed and protect against diseases and pests.

Berry bushes and fruit trees in your area. Excellent harvest, top dressing, watering and m

This book contains information on how to properly care for the soil and carry out grafting, feeding, pruning, protection from pests of berry bushes and fruit trees in gardens. With its help, you can grow on your site a large harvest of your favorite fruits and berries (apples, pears, raspberries, black and red currants and others).

Good advice. Flowers in the house. No. 07/2017

“Good advice. Flowers in the House ”is a monthly interactive magazine for everyone who is fond of indoor plants, loves to care for them and create oases of wildlife in their home. The main part of the magazine consists of letters from readers, in which they share their experience in growing flowers, protecting them from diseases and pests, arranging a balcony, terrace and winter garden, give useful advice to fellows in hobby of home floriculture.

Each issue of the Dobrye sovety. Flowers in the House ": a lunar calendar for a month, a photo contest of readers and portraits of the best indoor plants for a home collection. Floristry, home garden, flower pharmacy, expert questions, designer advice, flower stories.

In the issue: Theme of the issue Coral decoration My favorite flowers Advantages of peperomia Beautiful and healthy Heat, moisture and light are the best friends of bougainvillea Balcony, terrace, winter garden Lantana: chameleon flower Designer tips Luxurious bouquet period Portrait of a plant Takka - black lily, or flying mouse and more.

Secrets of a productive greenhouse

Our book tells about greenhouses and greenhouses that can be built or purchased ready-made and installed on a personal plot. You will learn how to choose a place for a greenhouse, equip it, how to operate it at different times of the year, what soil and measures are needed to maintain an optimal climate for plants, how to disinfect the soil and premises, control pests and much more, as well as about greenhouse constructions.

All this will help you grow a good harvest.

Golden Encyclopedia. Vegetable garden on 6 acres. Secrets for lazy summer residents from Oktyabrina Ganichkina

The new book by Oktyabrina and Alexander Ganichkin, the leading domestic experts in the field of agriculture, is devoted to how to regularly get a rich harvest, even from a small plot. The secret of success lies in properly organized plantings and an optimal set of crops.

The reader will get acquainted not only with all the intricacies of agricultural technology for vegetable, fruit and green crops, but also with the recommended planting schemes that will minimize the cost of time, money and, of course, effort. The book describes in detail the whole range of works on the personal plot, methods of enrichment and improvement of the soil.

Much attention is paid to the protection of plantings from pests and diseases, the most effective modern fertilizers are described in detail.


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