An extra tip or a trick is always welcome and always needed especially when it comes from experienced gardeners. Most of these tricks are the result of experience, improved details, confirmed by the results. All these brilliant tricks from experienced gardeners are amazing and extremely helpful.
Wool leftover, lint and old materials maintain soil moisture. All that you have to do is to grind them better. All this can be added to compost. Put the lint over the soil and you can maintain its optimum moisture, especially in the hot summer months, when water tends to evaporate quickly between plants.
Baked soil. Before you start planting seedlings, one of the brilliant tricks used by experienced gardeners is baking earth. Literally. The soil for the seedlings should be cooked in the oven. Put it in special vessels in a uniform layer and bake it at high temperature for 15 minutes. This soil sterilization kills bacteria. The most important is that this treatment kills fungi, dangerous to young plants.
Help corn grow healthy with morning glory. Though they have nothing in common, morning glory and corn go well together. According to experts, these flowers are companion plants for corn and they keep away pests that might affect corn’s health.
Milk powder is good for roses. Roses are a goldmine for harmful insects, so experts advise you that two or three times a year to sprinkle around the stem a few tablespoons of milk powder. It contains substances that help ward off pests and roses will grow harmoniously. It’s good if you use coffee grounds, too.
Beer keeps slugs away. Slugs can wreak the vegetable garden, but experts will reveal their precious secret: Drizzle vegetables with beer and until the first rain, you won’t have problems with annoying pests.
Garlic helps to grow beautiful tulips. According to experts, if you place near the tulip bulb, 1 garlic clove, rodents and insects won’t have the courage to approach your plants.