Everyone knows that only greenhouse cultivation of vegetables can provide a stable and high yield in the vast majority of regions of our country.
Eggplants, cucumbers - this is the main range of crops that reveal their potential only in greenhouse conditions. In order for the cost of installing a greenhouse to fully pay off and bring significant returns, you need to correctly select plant species and varieties and follow the technology for growing them in a greenhouse. Protected soil allows to protect plants from late spring frosts and excessive moisture in summer, leading to fungal diseases.
How to plant in a greenhouse?Plants in the greenhouse are planted in accordance with the rate of placement per square meter. It is unacceptable to thicken the landing. As a rule, in the greenhouse mark the passages, one in the center or two, with a central bed between them. Tall plants plant a greenhouse near the northern wall so that they do not obscure their neighbors. Good results are achieved if after planting the soil the soil is additionally mulched.
What to plant in the greenhouse?In the greenhouse, it is customary to plant solanaceous crops, demanding for heat - tall tomatoes, especially the indeterminant varieties, eggplants, sweet peppers. Of the pumpkin plants most in need of greenhouse conditions cucumber.
What make a greenhouse?Modern greenhouses can be made of metal and wood. The most widespread frameworks made of metal square tube. Sheathe greenhouse, based on financial capacity. The cheapest, but short-lived material is polyethylene, but it will not survive the winter, so in the spring you will have to redo it again. More durable - glass and polycarbonate.