PLANTS WATERING

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Getting healthy and strong plants in the coming weeks with the help of watering with activated water.

     The water, after passing through the magnetic fields of the Activator, acquires a structure similar to the structure of melt-water or rain water.

Remember, how fresh and strong plants look after the rain!

     The main principle of the impact of such water on plants is that individual water molecules not linked with other molecules with intermolecular bonds, easily penetrates through the membrane of plant cells. A cell will easily include it in the structure of its cytoplasm (the internal environment of a living cell, except the nucleus), thus accelerating the cell regeneration.
     The water which has passed through the magnetic fields, prevents the formation of solid salt film and bubbles on plant roots, which promotes better uptake of minerals by plant roots.
     The employees of the University of Sofia have proven that this water increases by 70% the absorption of fertilizers by tomatoes. Obviously, when watering with such water, the transition of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium and other substances into a more accessible form occurs and this is easier for digestion by plants. Thus, the need to use smaller amounts of fertilizers (as they are better absorbed) affects the sustainability of agricultural production.
     In the experiments of the University of Michigan (USA), the watering by the water which has been magnetically treated, provided the increase of the yield of cucumbers by 17 -37%, of tomatoes — by 32%, of radishes — up to 48%, of pea — by 28%, corn – by 17%.
     The most responsive to the activated water were moisture-loving plants — tomatoes and cucumbers.
     Steady growth has been stated on the fields of alfalfa, corn, wheat, peas, carrots, soy. So, alfalfa gave an increase by 52-77 centner/ha on the area of 1331 hectares, corn — 26 centner/ha of green mass on 1368 ha and 4.4 centner/ha of grain on 389 hectares”.
     It has been observed that the effect of each watering with the activated water is synergized. It was found out that the magnetic water is particularly appropriate to be used for watering of vegetables grown in greenhouses — it can significantly increase the yield.
     The use of such water during watering of cucumbers in greenhouses allowed for two weeks to extend the productive period of the plants, and the gain of the aboveground dry matter weight was 20%.
     When growing greenhouse seedling, the root system of cucumber in comparison with the controlled one gave the increase by 43% in dry weight of roots, suggesting undoubted impact and effectiveness of such watering on the plants.
     In addition to all, it turned out that the watering with the water, passed through the magnetic treatment, gives the best results by the low to moderate provision of the plants with the nutrients. And it is especially important, taking into account the today’s fertilizer prices.
     Another beneficial effect is that the plants watered with such water much later and to a lesser extent are subjected to diseases. A number of infected plants, for example, in the experiments with tomato seeding was two times less than on the control plot. This shows the impact of water, passed through the magnetic treatment, on the microbiological and other useful processes of the habitat of plants, on the strengthening of immunity of cultivated plants.
      Another interesting fact is that this water freezes at temperatures from minus 3 to minus 5 degrees, which can be used to protect plants from frost.
     Very clearly the impact of this water is shown at seedling cultivation: the germination of seeds, soaked in this water, is higher than of the control seeds. The shoots are friendlier and much stronger.

CONCLUSIONS:

1. When watering the plants with water, passed through the magnetic treatment, the digestibility of fertilizer is greatly improved. Therefore less fertilizer is used, which leads to a more environmental friendliness of the grown products.
2. The separate water molecules which are not linked with other water molecules, better penetrate through the membrane of plant cells, which has a very beneficial effect on the processes of photosynthesis in plants. This speeds up their growth and increases productivity.
3. Since the water which has passed through the magnetic treatment, has got fungicidal (decontamination) properties, the plants are less susceptible to various plant diseases and grow stronger and healthier.

     This reduces the likelihood of use of various chemicals for fighting with the plant diseases. And this leads to a more environmentally friendly growth of the products.
     For getting the watering water, passed through the magnetic treatment, the Activator should be simply installed on the garden hose.

Irrigation
Basic rules for watering plants on the site
Watering is an important part of agrotechnical works. Not giving importance to the rules of irrigation, thinking that the main thing-to water, you may have a situation similar to this :» I do not understand, water, water, and no good no! Nothing grows in the garden.» Through trial and error, you can come to an understanding of what to do and how. We want to facilitate you this way, and we present rules of watering of plants.
Better less, but more water the plants!
Plants, like us, should «drink only the right and good water», otherwise they will develop much worse than we would like.
The consequences of moisture deficiency sometimes affect immediately: fruit trees, especially abundant from fruiting in the dry year, die peripheral roots, a year or two exfoliates bark, and the tree can suddenly die for the gardener. Therefore, we are convinced that watering «just in case» is always better than not watering.
Therefore, based on the bitter experience of many gardeners, we want to give some advice when and how to water the plants in the garden. So, here are some very simple rules.
What we watering?
Ideal for irrigation, of course, rainwater (provided that the rains in your area are clean, and do not take with a waste nearby production plant). Rainwater is useful to collect for future use; warm, it is even more useful. But the rain, the options are usually two: water and well. Water from a water supply system, as a rule, contains many salts of iron, and here the statement about its rigidity is not always true; it depends from where in your water supply system water arrives. If a month noticeable scale on the kettle is not formed, this water can be safely watered rhododendrons and hydrangeas.
The temperature of the water for irrigation should be about 20°. This water can simply stand in a barrel tub.
Well water is usually hard. You can make it softer baking soda (2-3 tablespoons per 10 liters of water), and only then apply for irrigation.
Watering plants only in the morning or in the evening, in any case not in the heat, not in the sun!
How much?
Who ran on a site with a watering can, that this question will not seem idle. Usually recommend a 10-liter watering can per square meter, but this is enough only if watered daily. Even a little rain, dropping just a few drops, will moisten the soil more, because it will happen immediately on a large area, and neighboring dry areas will not dry out watered. After quality irrigation in the soil should not remain dry layer, it is easy to check the scoop.
It is considered that watering is always better from the watering can («rain»), but this is a misconception. This should be done only when vegetable crops are at an early stage of development, but then — only struino.
Vegetable crops should be watered less often, but abundantly, as with daily, but more scarce watering moisture will not reach the roots and the sense of such irrigation will be small.
What and how?
Trees and large shrubs on loose, permeable soil can be watered by simply arranging a hose under the roots for 40 minutes. On heavy clay soils so it will not turn out: if the earth is dry, water will simply flow down on a surface. We’ll have to dig a circular groove or at least a few holes in the shaft circle, which is already poured water. But it is best, of course, to dig into the ground at 30-70 cm porous tube (depth depends on the structure of the root system of the plant; you can dig a few tubes at different depths).
The lawn is watered with a sprinkler-the more evenly the water is distributed, the smoother the greens will be. Sprinkler can also be watered and flower beds, if there are no plants, delicate petals which suffer from water drops (Petunia, morning glory, rudbecia, lilies and roses of light colors, bearded irises, double peonies). These plants are watered under the root. The vegetable garden it is better to water with warm water, so there’s usually need watering.
But the most convenient (and economical) way — drip irrigation, when each plant is supplied with an individual hose. Can buy special porous hoses, but you can breed and just a thin tube like those that supplies air aquarium pumps. Water can be pumped into the system by a pump or by gravity, for example, from a barrel located above the irrigation point. It is important to make sure that all watering points, if there are several, are on the same level, otherwise some plants will be watered better, others worse, and to the top water may not reach at all. To adjust the intensity of irrigation is possible, changing lumen of the tubes with clips or breeder-dispenser with faucet (all sold in the same place where the rest of the equipment).
Option drip irrigation-inverted water bottles (they are usually put under the newly transplanted plants). Important-the bottle should not be other holes, except the neck, stuck in the ground, otherwise the water will result too quickly.
When? Classic-watering in the morning and evening hours; it is believed that in this case all the moisture goes to the plants without evaporating in the hot midday sun. Alternative point of view — to water when moisture is especially necessary, that is in the heat. In fact, it often turns out that when it is possible. Who comes to the garden only on the weekend, in the heat conducts them with the hose in his hands. And, surprisingly, contrary to the gloomy forecasts of neighbors, they do not appear from water droplets spots on cucumbers and holes on the hosts, the plants are just happy with the long-awaited watering.
Of course, not all plants need to be watered constantly. The very first watering, warm, almost hot water-after the snow, if the earth is still frozen, and the sun is already hot. So watered in early spring evergreen rhododendrons, magnesium, coniferous, emerging from the winter, to enable the roots to take moisture from the soil and thus avoid burning in the spring sun. If in may there is no rain, regular and abundant, until the soil is fully saturated with water, watering of all plants during active vegetation is required.
In June, stop watering spring-flowering bulbs, retiring, they excess moisture is now harmful. Good watering require flowers in the period from the extension of the buds to bloom-the flowers will be larger. After flowering, most plants need a little rest from watering, quite normal rains. Fruit is watered during the active growth of the ovaries, otherwise most of them will be discarded; the exception is strawberry , which is better poured and does not rot if the top layer of soil dries periodically.
Dried flowers and plants from which you plan to collect the seeds are not watered from the moment when the fruits have reached Mature size. Shrubs, especially that can not stop and start to prepare for the winter, starting from mid-July, watered only if very dry.
In August, if it rains from time to time, we water only annuals that continue to bloom, and moisture-loving perennials buzulniki , Siberian irises, and plants that have recently been transplanted (in the second half of August, you can transplant coniferous and most perennials).
In September, evaporation is so small that watering is not needed at all. But in early October, when the wintering buds have formed and shoots stopped growing, the garden needs the last of the season, the so-called water-charging watering. Of course, if it rains at this time, and the soil is wet throughout the depth (it is desirable to check, especially after a dry summer), watering is not necessary.
And finally, if you want to feed the plants, you need to do it with watering, otherwise they will not get the right amount of nutrients.
To tasty and beautiful
Fruit and berry season is in full swing. Therefore, we hasten to share a few useful tips that will be useful to fellow gardeners in the preparation of garden works for the future.
* Raspberries, strawberries, and other berries are better to collect in Sunny weather, as most berries have the ability to absorb excessive moisture. And having absorbed rain moisture, they will very quickly evaporate.
* If plums, pears, apples you have not very juicy, then in as a fills under their harvesting well use juice currants, raspberry.
• To fruit in jam, compote cook evenly, cut them strictly equal slices. Then they will not only be delicious, but also remain beautiful.

The importance of proper watering for plant health
During the active garden season all efforts of gardeners and summer residents usually take away beds. Favorite greens, vegetables, berries, grown and to the table, and with a view to winter stocks, need systemic watering and constant care.

With the modern rhythm of life, it is not always possible to allocate time to provide the same careful care to the decorative garden. But ornamental plants are not less than the crops in the beds, you need to pay attention. And one of the most important procedures in this case is the provision of irrigation. After all, even where the annual rainfall is high enough, still does not solve the problem of humidity required by plants.

Watering is rightly called the basis of garden care. And at the same time the most simple and understandable procedure for the care of him. But just access to water, time and desire for irrigation is not enough.

Watering, like any other measure of plant care, should be correct and timely. Luxuries with watering is as dangerous to plants, and the absence of irrigation.

Only those who have never grown a large number of plants of different nature can say that there is nothing easier than watering. In fact, everything turns out to be a number of rules, nuances and recommendations that provide not only plant health, but also the optimal distribution of both efforts and resources.

Basic rules of irrigation of ornamental plants
The main rules of irrigation of ornamental plants read:

In relation to irrigation, as well as gardening in General, an individual approach is needed.
Watering should be carried out on time-only when it is needed.
Even the most drought-resistant and unassuming plants still need several water-supporting procedures.
Norms and water quality during irrigation is more important than their frequency.
Watering ornamental plants also need the right time and the right water.
Accuracy and care when watering guarantee the health of plants.
Observe the basic rules of irrigation in the ornamental garden and need when you water the plants by hand, and when watering from a hose, and when installing automatic irrigation systems. It is clear that the change in methods and means of irrigation does not change the needs of plants in moisture in accordance with the characteristics of plants.

Individual approach to watering different plants
The main mistake that is made when choosing the order of irrigation of ornamental plants — is when watered in the first place the most spectacular and lush flowering plants. Catchy and bright, real stars of design and selected cultures that have become the pride of collections, very often get much more attention than the plants are more modest.

But often not beautiful flowering plants most need regular watering. It is necessary to be guided in strategy and frequency of watering not on degree of appeal, and only on individual requirements of a plant to a mode of humidity.

When planning objects in gardening, selection of species and varieties of ornamental plants, it is better to immediately study and determine which category of moisture consumption they belong to. After all, moisture-loving, relatively hardy and drought-resistant crops require a completely different approach:

Drought-resistant plants are satisfied with only a few watering per year, which are usually «tied» to their stage of development. Such plants need, as a rule, planned watering.
Hardy, but quickly losing decorativeness without watering in drought, species require water procedures, which are carried out depending on the weather. Such plants provide support watering only when precipitation is insufficient.
Moisture-loving and capricious plants in relation to moisture, as well as tub and potted crops, flowering annuals and exotics are watered regularly, except for days when there is a sufficiently large amount of precipitation. Without a system of irrigation to grow such plants would be very difficult.
If flower beds, rabatki, arrays, groups of plants were planned correctly, most of them should be satisfied with minimal care. Only solo plants in decorative objects during their flowering and most decorative will need more thorough and frequent watering, maintaining a stable light soil moisture.

Without system irrigation it is impossible to grow tub plants
Without a system of irrigation to grow kadochnye plants impossible. Bonnie Plants
Frequency of watering — according to the needs of plants
Watering plants should be carried out not when you get it, but when they are needed. Determining the periods and days when the need for moisture is very high, and natural precipitation is not enough – not such a complex art.

The easiest way is to check the level of drying of the soil, the degree of humidity at different depths (dry soil at the level of 10 cm can be considered a «signal» to watering). But you can follow the plants themselves: signs of wilting or wilting leaves in the afternoon with poor recovery in the evening or even in the morning indicate that the plant lacks moisture. As a slowdown, a change in the size of flowers or leaves, stop flowering, General view of the oppressed. During active development and flowering, the need for moisture is higher than during the rest of the growing season.

Blagodarenie glaze is a necessary minimum for all plants
No matter what kind of plant, nor spoken, in case it is referred to decorative types, there are a number of irrigation that need to be sure. Usually in planned irrigation there are three minimum permissible procedures, without which it is impossible to do:

Watering during the most active growth, increasing shoots and greenery;
Watering at the stage of budding or early flowering;
Watering after ripen fruits and seeds in ornamental plants (and for crops that do not allow fruiting – watering for a month and a half before the expected frost).
Such basic watering is also called water-charging: after only these three procedures for any plant, you guarantee its survival and proper development. For drought-resistant crops only three irrigation can be limited. For the rest, in addition to basic irrigation, both planned and «weather» procedures are introduced.

The best way to organize watering, not forgetting about the personal preferences of individual plants – drawing up schedules, plans and tables, lists and charts that will help to better organize the irrigation processes. Plants are better to unite depending on preferences to watering in several groups, allocating on flower beds and other difficult objects of a zone of basic, seasonal or regular watering. The extra effort spent on the study of information and irrigation planning, always pay off the beauty and health of plants.

Surface watering-no!
Access to water resources is a luxury that not all gardeners can boast of. There is always a question of the budget, which can afford to spend on irrigation, the need to properly allocate water reserves on the site and the rational use of water resources.

Often the result of the fact that the water is not enough or it is too expensive, is the conduct of surface and weak abundance of irrigation. These are not full-fledged water procedures, but only their imitation which do not replace watering and do not bring absolutely any benefit. Watering should either be complete, or it should not be carried out at all.

The harm from the procedures carried out carelessly, with insufficient soil wetting, will be much greater than from not carried out irrigation at all.

It is because of the surface irrigation crust is formed, further exacerbating the problem of lack of moisture, disrupted the development of the root system and there are many additional concerns.

Proper watering in the decorative garden-watering is not superficial, but deep. During irrigation, moisture should permeate the soil, reaching the main root system of the plant, penetrate to the depth of the roots. If during this procedure the soil is soaked with moisture to a sufficient depth, the need to often carry out watering will not arise even for the most moisture-loving crops.

Watering the lawn in the heat should be carried out every two days
Watering the lawn in the heat should be carried out every two days. Aaron Hufnagel
Water less often, but deeper
Abundant and rare watering-the rate of care, but the surface and frequent-one of the most serious risk factors and annoying mistake that can only be allowed in the care of ornamental plants.

What should be watering, how deep you need to nourish the soil with water-these indicators are determined by the individual characteristics of the plant, adhering to the General rule to provide each plant with as much moisture as it needs.

As part of the study of personal preferences of plants, it is important to clarify how developed is their root system and how far the roots penetrate into the soil. For the main herbaceous star level of occurrence greater part of the roots is the depth of 25-30 see

Grasses, lawns, povorotnyi require much less irrigation depth due to shallow root system. For shrubs and trees, not only the depth but also the width of the roots is important: they are always oriented to the mark of 1 m deep into the soil and away from the trunk.

Water consumption for deep and abundant irrigation is large enough. But surface irrigation because of the frequency and low efficiency is still associated with much larger water losses.

Norms of irrigation in the flower garden:

about 500 liters of water per square meter of soil with water-charging base irrigation, carried out, as a rule, in the autumn;
from 1 to 2 buckets (volume 10 l) for each Bush or tree;
from 1 to 2 liters of water per square meter of mixed landings for regular or drought-compensating irrigation.
The frequency of irrigation is determined by the weather (the highest intensity of watering plants always require in the summer, on hot days), the rate of consumption and evaporation of moisture, soil characteristics. The annuals under lush flowering may need daily watering. Lawns watered in the summer every other day. Herbaceous perennials, sensitive to drought, usually enough to water 1-2 times a week.