- ✓ 1. WATERING THE HONESE
- ✓ 2. HONEY FEEDING AFTER FRUIT
- ✓ 3. PROTECTIVE TREATMENTS FOR HONEY AFTER PICKING THE BERRIES
- ✓ 4. CUTTING HOSTRY AFTER HARVEST
- ✓ CARING FOR HONESTY – VIDEO
CENTRIFUGE HAS COLLECTED? DON’T FORGET ABOUT CARE!
Honeysuckle ripens in late May and early June. After harvesting, many forget about the bush until the next season. But without proper attention in the summer-autumn period, there will be fewer and fewer berries on the plant from year to year. Meanwhile, caring for a honeysuckle after fruiting is not so burdensome.
1. WATERING HONESKI
In times of drought, garden bushes, including honeysuckle, require watering. Mulching (compost, grass clippings) will help reduce the number of water treatments.
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2. HONEY FEEDING AFTER RECRUVEMENT
In June, to restore strength, feed the honeysuckle with nitrogen-containing fertilizer: for a bush – 15-25 g of urea or 20-30 g of ammonium nitrate. The granules can be dissolved in water and then poured under the plant or, with a slight slack, placed in the circle of the trunk and immediately watered abundantly.
From organic matter, a solution of mullein (1:10) or bird droppings (1:20) is suitable.
At the end of September, when digging up the soil, apply phosphorus and potash fertilizers – 15 g of double superphosphate and potassium salt per 1 sq.m.
3. PROTECTIVE TREATMENTS FOR HONEY AFTER PICKING THE BERRIES
Usually in the summer the honeysuckle is not sprayed from diseases and pests. But if disturbing symptoms appear after harvesting (you notice aphids or spots on the leaves), take immediate action. An insecticide (Decis, Inta-Vir) or a biological product (Fitoverm) will help in the fight against pests. The fungicide (Skor, Topaz) or the biological product Fitosporin-M (everything strictly according to the instructions) can cope with fungal diseases (powdery mildew, leaf spot).
4. CUTTING HOSTRY AFTER HARVEST
Immediately after fruiting in early summer, for sanitary purposes, you can remove dry, broken, diseased, growing inside and crossing branches (cut as low as possible to the ground, leaving no trunks).
In general, the honeysuckle is not cut off during the first 5-7 years after planting. Then, once every 2-3 years, sanitary pruning is performed according to the type of thinning (as indicated above). At the age of 14-15, old branches begin to be cut from the plant to a strong young branch located in its lower part. Do the work in the fall after the leaves have fallen.
HONESKY FLOWER BUDS MAINLY PLACE ON THE END OF THE SHOOTS. AND IF YOU CUT STRONGLY AND BRIEF THE BRANCHES, YOU CAN SIGNIFICANTLY REDUCE THE HARVEST OF BERRIES.
See also: Honeysuckle – photo, planting and description of care in the season: INSTRUCTIONS
CARING FOR FAIRNESS – VIDEO
© Author: Valentina SALYKOVA, Cand. agricultural science
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