Music affects the harvest


Man lives in the world of sounds and music. It is known that music affects our health in different ways: hard rock increases blood pressure, increases heart rate, and classical music, on the contrary, normalizes the work of many systems. And how do plants react to music?

In 2005, on my site, I experimentally checked the information I had encountered earlier that plants "hear" music, and I made sure that classical music is most preferable for them. Last summer, I continued my observations and set myself new tasks:
- find out the best time for music perception and the optimal duration of "music therapy";
- to reveal the "addictions" of plants to various works;
- to determine the effect on plants after sounding the homeopathic preparation "Healthy Garden".

In the course of observations, I measured both qualitative and quantitative indicators: the size of the leaf blades, the green mass of plants and the weight of their fruits, the size and mass of the root system; tracked the increase in plant immunity, their "desire" or "unwillingness" to listen to music. Surprisingly, plants can themselves "tell" whether they like this music or not. They either lean towards the sound source or tend to turn away from it.

The conclusions that I came to after summer observations:

The sound of music for many hours, even classical music, oppresses the plants.

The most attractive for "music therapy" are morning (8-10) and afternoon (16-18) hours. At this time, the strongest plant turgor and the most active "response" to the location of the sound were noted.

Sessions of thirty to sixty minutes seemed to be optimal in terms of duration. Musical preferences turned out to be varied, but the most "popular" among all plants were the works of Antonio Vivaldi "The Seasons", "Spring", as well as the violin sonata by I.-S. Bach's "Spring", lyrically sounding music by Claude Debussy, P.I. Tchaikovsky "The Seasons", "Waltz of the Flowers". Peppers reacted surprisingly to musical recordings performed by world famous musicians Louis Armstrong and Duke Ellington: his composition "Calling the Soul" caused the plants to tilt 15-20 degrees towards the sound source, and the height of the plants was higher than that of the unsonic ones. Pumpkins and zucchini turned out to be partial to Vanessa May's concerts - observations showed that the height of plants, wet and dry weight, as well as the number of leaves, doubled compared to unsonicated ones.

Tomatoes have shown a love for Strauss waltz, especially the "Vienna Waltz".

Plants practically do not react to songs. Modern "pop music" caused a sharp decrease in the turgor of plants, and they had to be soldered off with a large amount of water, as if they needed to wash away negative information from themselves.

In my life, for various ailments, I very often resort to homeopathic remedies. An idea came up: to check how these drugs work for foliar feeding in plants. It is known that with foliar feeding, liquid preparations enter the leaves through the stomata, with the help of which the plants are connected with the surrounding air environment. But, in turn, for this it is necessary that the leaves of the plants have the maximum number of stomata and they work actively - they are completely open, absorb effectively carbon dioxide and aerosols, water vapor from the surrounding air. Observations have shown that the activation of the stomata can be caused by music, and in particular by violin concerts. Thus, if half an hour before foliar spraying with the homeopathic remedy "Healthy Garden" a session of "music therapy" is carried out, then the quality of assimilation of this drug will increase. The observations showed an increase in the qualitative and quantitative indicators of the crop.

All these experiments and their results prompted me to search for the foundations of sound effects on plants. According to foreign researchers, it is based on a resonant mechanism that contributes to the accumulation of energy and the acceleration of metabolism in the plant organism.

My observations of the increase in water consumption after "negative" music, and especially my acquaintance with the works of the Japanese scientist Masaru Emoto, allowed me to draw some parallels. Plants are 90% water. And water is able to perceive information, which is reflected in the structure of its crystal. Masaru Emoto conducted experiments on sounding water and observed its frozen crystals. And he came to some amazing conclusions: under the influence of music, words, water crystals are harmonized or destroyed.

After acquaintance with his photographs, there is something to think about, and I want to say only kind and good words to all living things, and listen to only positive music.

Marina Shumova, gardener, winner of the competition, Luga district
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SEEDLING PICKUP: NUANCES, TIPS, FEATURES OF THE PROCESS

How to dive seedlings correctly?
Sowing seeds for seedlings is done in a mixture of weak and poor chemical composition, for example, peat, which is pre-mixed. Show completely. with a small amount of ash to reduce the acidity of the soil. They are sown, as a rule, densely and densely, given that some seeds may not sprout or will sprout, but will be weak. When planting plants after germination, they must be separated so that future seedlings receive more nutrient mixture and light, develop the root system and become stronger and more resistant.

Culling of weak, thin or yellowed seedlings is mandatory, therefore, when diving plants, immediately discard those that seem low-grade to you. In order not to damage the root system during the dive, you must use a special spatula, pencil, stick. Before picking, the plants must be watered abundantly and left for 20-30 minutes to make the soil softer and more pliable, then thin stems and roots will be separated more easily and freely.

How to dive seedlings:
- to separate the seedling with a spatula, holding it by the cotyledon leaves, it is not recommended to hold the plant by the stem of the plant, since the fragile stem easily breaks from the touch of the hands
- remove the plant from the soil, carefully cutting off the central rhizome (it is better to do this with nail scissors), you need to leave only 2/3 of the entire rhizome
- make a small indentation in the pot where the plant will be transplanted, deepen it to the growing point (small compaction above the rhizome) or 0.5 cm deeper
- sprinkle the seedling with earth, lightly pressing the layer
- pour moderately with plain water at room temperature and put in a darkened room for 2-3 days.

There are several tips to consider when picking plants:
- Do not deepen the plant above the growing point, as its development may slow down or stop altogether.
- Plants must be transplanted immediately after the release of two cotyledonous leaves. Many gardeners are in no hurry to replant seedlings for fear of damaging too fragile stems, thereby rendering them a "disservice". The fact is that the younger the seedling, the faster it adapts after transplanting, strengthens its roots before transplanting into the ground, which means it will hurt less when planting ready-made seedlings in the garden.
- Before planting in a separate pot, the roots of plants should be disinfected in a weak solution of potassium permanganate (1 gram of potassium permanganate per liter of water). Why do you need to disinfect plants? Tiny seedlings are too weak to cope with bacteria on their own, so disinfection is a necessary step when picking plants. To avoid infection with rot or fungal disease, it is imperative to disinfect the roots.
- Do not feed the plants until the seedlings begin to grow together, the exposure is approximately 6-8 days from the day of the pick. Do not feed the plants until the seedlings begin to grow together, the exposure is approximately 6-8 days from the day of the pick.
Why? After picking seedlings, the seedlings experience a shock state, so do not try to introduce fertilizers immediately after the picking session, let the small sprouts get used to, adapt to new, freer conditions, and after that you can introduce the fertilizers recommended for these purposes.

Considering all the recommendations, you can quickly and efficiently pick seedlings without experience in gardening. Good luck and rich harvest!

Culling of weak, thin or yellowed seedlings is mandatory, therefore, when diving plants, immediately discard those that seem low-grade to you. In order not to damage the root system during the dive, you must use a special spatula, pencil, stick. Before diving, the plants must be watered abundantly and left for 20-30 minutes to make the soil softer and more pliable, then thin stems and roots will be separated more easily and freely.

How to dive seedlings:
- to separate the seedling with a spatula, holding it by the cotyledon leaves, it is not recommended to hold the plant by the stem of the plant, since the fragile stem easily breaks from the touch of the hands
- remove the plant from the soil, carefully cutting off the central rhizome (it is better to do this with nail scissors), you need to leave only 2/3 of the entire rhizome
- make a small indentation in the pot where the plant will be transplanted, deepen it to the growing point (small compaction above the rhizome) or 0.5 cm deeper
- sprinkle the seedling with earth, lightly pressing the layer
- pour moderately with plain water at room temperature and put in a darkened room for 2-3 days.

There are several tips to consider when picking plants:
- Do not deepen the plant above the growing point, as its development may slow down or stop altogether.
- Plants must be transplanted immediately after the release of two cotyledonous leaves. Many gardeners don't "style =" width: 73.2955% height: 100% margin: 0 1.7046% 0% 0 ">

Culling of weak, thin or yellowed seedlings is mandatory, therefore, when diving plants, immediately discard those that seem to you to be low-grade. In order not to damage the root system during the dive, you must use a special spatula, pencil, stick. Before picking, the plants must be watered abundantly and left for 20-30 minutes to make the soil softer and more pliable, then thin stems and roots will be separated more easily and freely.

How to dive seedlings:
- to separate the seedling with a spatula, holding it by the cotyledon leaves, it is not recommended to hold the plant by the stem of the plant, since the fragile stem easily breaks from the touch of the hands
- remove the plant from the soil, carefully cutting off the central rhizome (it is better to do this with nail scissors), you need to leave only 2/3 of the entire rhizome
- make a small depression in the pot where the plant will be transplanted, deepen it to the growing point (small compaction above the rhizome) or 0.5 cm deeper
- sprinkle the seedling with earth, lightly pressing the layer
- pour moderately with plain water at room temperature and put in a darkened room for 2-3 days.

There are several tips to consider when picking plants:
- Do not deepen the plant above the growing point, as its development may slow down or stop altogether.
- Plants must be transplanted immediately after the release of two cotyledonous leaves. Many gardeners don't "style =" width: 25% height: 39.2046% margin: 0 0% 1.7046% 0 ">

Culling of weak, thin or yellowed seedlings is mandatory, therefore, when diving plants, immediately discard those that seem to you to be low-grade. In order not to damage the root system during the dive, you must use a special spatula, pencil, stick. Before diving, the plants must be watered abundantly and left for 20-30 minutes to make the soil softer and more pliable, then thin stems and roots will be separated more easily and freely.

How to dive seedlings:
- to separate the seedling with a spatula, holding it by the cotyledon leaves; it is not recommended to hold the plant by the stem of the plant, since the fragile stem easily breaks from the touch of the hands
- remove the plant from the soil, carefully cutting off the central rhizome (it is better to do this with nail scissors), you need to leave only 2/3 of the entire rhizome
- make a small indentation in the pot where the plant will be transplanted, deepen it to the growing point (small compaction above the rhizome) or 0.5 cm deeper
- sprinkle the seedling with earth, lightly pressing the layer
- pour moderately with plain water at room temperature and put in a darkened room for 2-3 days.

There are several tips to consider when picking plants:
- Do not deepen the plant above the growing point, as its development may slow down or stop altogether.
- Plants must be transplanted immediately after the release of two cotyledonous leaves. Many gardeners don't "style =" width: 25% height: 58.5228% margin: 0 0% 0% 0 ">


Do you think music affects plants? Can she increase the yield?

Today I want to offer you a very interesting topic, I will say right away, a lot has not been studied here, someone, in general, does not believe in it, after all, plants have no ears ... They have neither eyes nor organs of touch, but, why, then, the sunflower turns all day, following the sun? And not only sunflower! And the ability of plants to feel the approach of bad weather! Many have seen flowers close before a thunderstorm. But back to music.

I became addicted to music early, already at the age of 12 I had a tape recorder, thanks to my parents! Further more, records, records, amplifiers, speakers, those who are in the subject will understand me. Now I'm in my sixties, but I can't imagine my life without music.

Many, many years ago I happened to come across a book "The Secret Life of Plants" released in the USA in 1973. Its authors argued that plants can distinguish music , they can distinguish, for example, rock from classics. Feel emotions and even have a telepathic connection. I remember well that pumpkins , eg, I liked A. Beethoven, I. Brahms, F. Schubert very much.

So how does it work? According to researchers, the sound effect on a plant is based on a resonance mechanism that promotes the accumulation of energy and accelerates metabolism in the plant organism. Resonance, as you remember, is a physical phenomenon associated with vibrations. The sound signal is perceived by resonating systems in plant cells and tissues, and the amplitude of these oscillations increases them. Ultimately, there is an increase in the intensity of the processes occurring in the cells and tissues of plants.


How to choose the right "neighbors" in the garden: the tricks of gardeners

Experienced farmers are well aware that the correct selection of a "neighbor" in the garden will have a positive effect on the quality of the crop.

There are some successful combinations that have stood the test of time.

If you want to plan the sowing correctly, then pay attention to the following advice:

1. Many people like to pamper themselves with a good harvest of tomatoes. In this case, you should place basil nearby, which drives away some pests.

You should also pay attention to parsley, cabbage or garlic. This combination has become a real classic.

2. Almost everyone grows potatoes. To improve the quality of sowing, it is worth placing any legumes next to it. The fact is that this approach will allow you to forget about pests.

Corn is also a good option.

3. To make cucumbers grow faster, you should pay attention to peas. If you do not like to grow it, then you can replace it with garlic, which also has a good effect on the quality of the crop.

4. Spinach feels good if you plant Swiss chard or even regular beets nearby.


Lunar calendar for April. What is the best to plant and sow for seedlings

April for summer residents is the most stressful month, because at this time there is a lot of work - planting vegetables and flowers, as well as caring for shrubs and trees.

To get a good harvest, you need to plant and sow on certain days.

The moon has been scientifically proven to affect the growth and development of plants. Therefore, it is necessary to plant crops on certain days. At the same time, some days in April will be favorable for planting garden crops, while others will only be for planting plants in the ground and working in a greenhouse.

April 12-19 - favorable days for sowing carrots, celery, beets, parsley, parsnips and planting potatoes.

Onions and garlic are best planted April 12, 13, or from 17 to 19.

All types of fruit trees, shrubs and berry crops, the planting calendar recommends planting April 1-6 or 27-30.

The lunar calendar recommends these dates for planting garden and indoor plants.

The last days of April are ideal for planting lawn grass.

Unfavorable days for gardeners in April - 8 and 23 numbers... It is better not to carry out sowing of crops and planting of plants on these dates.

It is also important for summer residents to know when the moon is "growing" and when it is decreasing.

It is customary to sow seeds on the growing moon. Also, this time is ideal for plant feeding and grafting. The waning moon is the best time to plant root crops.

In April 2020, the waxing moon will be observed from April 1 to April 7 and from April 24 to 30, and the waning moon phase is expected from April 9 to 22.


The main reason why processing needs to be done is to warm it up. Large sets should be stored at 22 degrees. Small sets (up to 1 centimeter in diameter) are better stored at temperatures from 2 to 8 degrees.

If the seed is stored in the wrong conditions, it deteriorates, so there is no point in expecting yield from it.

When a summer resident stores onions on his own, he knows his weak points and can roughly assess the condition. If the onion was stored in a cellar, it is enough to take it out and dry it for about three weeks in a dry room.

When buying an onion, nothing is known about its condition. Planting such sets is a big risk. Therefore, there are two cases when processing is necessary:

1. It was stored at the wrong temperature.

If the onions have been stored in ideal conditions, only disinfection is sufficient.


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