Posts Tagged ‘Irrigation in Summer’
Summer irrigation, over-watering in the garden. While the council is in the “book cover” as often said, is to keep the plants always fresh, with good watering and moist soil without risk of drying, this “enthusiasm” can also bring problems and need to be vigilant .
Along with the warm weather of summer also comes the high concentration of moisture. These high levels can cause many problems with the plants in your garden and around your home and most of them are preventable.
A simple change you can do is rationalized not only the quantity but the frequency of water supply in different areas of the garden.
To be clear: forget the watering sweep, automated and unregulated if you have the ability or opportunity to do manual, aimed at the base of the plants and measured as areas of light and shade in your garden. For example, when it comes to areas with high solar impact, the best advice is to do little before dark and thus less evaporation.
But this indication is almost 180 ° opposite semi shade if we talk about consistent: If you do this, all I get is to encourage the appropriate and most comfortable conditions for one of the most determined enemies of the summer: the fungi. One of the most problematic is surely the powdery mildew.
Its presence is revealed formade white film on the leaves of the plant sornamentales, although not extremely harmful, causing significant damage on an aesthetic level as ugly discolored foliage and depressive creating areas on the ground.
In short, the ideal slogan is spread by irrigation plant types and conditions of your garden area.