Auxiliaries for the care and protection of plants, part 2

Polymaris-Universal. Natural liquid fertilizer from the extract of medicinal plants, sea ​​algae and organic fertilizers. For watering plants it is used 200 ml of this preparation per 10 l of water, and for spraying leaves - half as much (100 ml per 10 l). It is an excellent liquid fertilizer for plants … read on

Auxiliaries for the care and protection of plants, part 1

In this article, we will discuss the measures, which are used to nurture the soil and plants, and they are non-toxic to humans and animals. They are made of various natural substances and have been used successfully for many years. These measures improve the health of plants and therefore increase them … read on

Preparation of silica

Preparation of silica

Until the leaves are formed, flowers and fruits, each plant needs a lot of light and warmth. Preparation of silica due to the content of silicon, as if transmitting light, enhances the intensity of life processes in the plant. This preparation is used in very low concentrations for spraying plants, which promotes the development of leaves, flowers and fruits and them … read on

Cowboy preparation

Cowboy preparation

Digestion of food by the cow, that is, a ruminant animal, is a complex process. Digestive tract (stomach and intestines) this animal has a capacity of approx 200 l. During the preparation of the preparation, the controlled fermentation continues. Such a preparation, even in low concentrations, can have a positive effect on soil life. The most favorable period of use … read on

Cow and silica preparations

The plant's roots live in the soil without light, and leaves and flowers in the light of the sun. As described in the previous chapter, life phenomena in the form of rhythms result from the interaction and dependence of the Earth and the Cosmos. Biodynamic preparations make it possible to support the forces of nature.
Cow's preparation activates the processes taking place in the soil, and so … read on

peat

peat

In recent decades, the consumption of peat has increased significantly, not only in floriculture for the preparation of garden soil, but also in households. To be able to better assess the arguments "for" and "against" the use of peat, you have to ask yourself: what is peat? Peat is an organic substance, which arose as a result of death and incomplete … read on