Sowing calendar for 23.02 - gardeners and gardeners
February 23, Tuesday, 12-13th lunar day. The waxing moon is in Cancer
Soak the seeds for sowing.
Sow and plant annuals and perennials for high yields, but keep in mind that their fruits will not be stored for long and will not produce the best quality seeds.
Do root dressing.
Water well and loosen the soil between the rows.
Clear the beds from weeds, root growth, cut off unnecessary mustache from strawberries.
Break through the seedlings, spud the plants.
Compost organic waste.
Take care of rooting cuttings and strawberry whiskers.
Cut open the seedlings and pinch the tops of the plants.
Sow beans, lentils, and peas. Plant broccoli, kohlrabi, and other types of kale. Sow cucumbers and squash on seedlings, plant tomatoes, blue peppers and bell peppers.
From indoor plants, rooting of warty gastria, American agave and adorable dieffenbachia is possible. Transplant young roofing and sedum Morgan.
Do not plant or sow ampels, tuberous and woody plants.
Do not use the budding method for inoculation.
Do not spray plants with pesticides.
Don't prune fruit trees.
- Moon calendar
- Moon phases
Each month there are unfavorable days for planting. The waxing and waning phases of the moon last about 2 weeks. If you urgently need to sow seeds or transplant seedlings, you can not wait for favorable days. In this case, it is worth assessing all possible risks. Sometimes it is necessary to sacrifice a good survival rate of plants if there is a thunderstorm of overgrowth of seedlings or seedlings. But on a new moon and a full moon, such work is strictly prohibited. Unfavorable and forbidden days are shown in the table:
|Moon Phase / Month||February||March||April||May||June||July||August||September||October|
When determining unfavorable days, it is worth focusing not only on the phases of the moon, but also on weather conditions. When sowing seeds for seedlings, this is not relevant. But when replanting seedlings, it is important that there is no heat. In the heat, plants take root very poorly. The air temperature is below + 15 degrees and the soil temperature is below +10 degrees for heat-loving plants can become critical. In such conditions, the seedlings stop growing and begin to hurt. This can lead to a delay in fruiting or even to the death of crops. If the weather is too hot or it is cold outside, you need to look at the weather forecast and, possibly, choose a different date for gardening.