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Re: The garden of lazy brothers!

Unread Messageby Did67 » 19/06/18, 09:24

Diabolorent wrote: I have read that you need to tie the stems when they are yellowing to promote the concentration of sap in the heads of the garlic.
Is it the same for onions and shallots?


I propose to try: half knotted / half not tied!

I'm willing to bet it's one of those wacky things our mythomaniac man does to piss off and conclude that "fortunately he did this otherwise it would not work!"

Because they explain to me how the substances, formed in the leaves by photosynthesis, manage to inflate clays if we knot the stalks ???? It is the mythical and arch-false belief that a plant grows by its roots !!!!!!!!!! In short, it is for those who do not know that Tillandsia exist ...

There, it's just an opinion, mine. "Scientifically", one must try "all things being equal".
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Re: The garden of lazy brothers!

Unread Messageby Diabolorent » 19/06/18, 09:45

Yeah, I would not want to end up with Bonsai plants either : Shock: : Cheesy: : Cheesy:

Anyway I do not have enough to last all winter, it was to test what could grow in my garden. Now that I see that everything is going well, I will replant in larger numbers.
Yeah, I admit, I doubted at one point : Oops: Mea Culpa :P
And I still doubt : Shock: and I would doubt until the exit of fruits and vegetables so hoped : Lol:

In fact I doubt without doubt, I say to myself: "and if it did not work at home" while being sure that it will work Image

Very contradictory no? :)
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Re: The garden of lazy brothers!

Unread Messageby Did67 » 19/06/18, 11:35

The man's own is to doubt ...

"I am like a sow who doubts": https://www.livrenpoche.com/je-suis-com ... E4QAvD_BwE

On the condition of moving forward anyway, I find it less unhealthy than "running into all the bullshit" (without thinking) [I am like a "beep beep", the coyote running - before realizing that it is Above the void! For those who know these old American cartoons ...]


In any case I doubt that the nodes change something there [I speak of the knots in the stems of the garlic] ...
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Re: The garden of lazy brothers!

Unread Messageby Did67 » 19/06/18, 11:44

Did67 wrote:
Because they explain to me how the substances, formed in the leaves by photosynthesis, manage to inflate clays if we knot the stalks ????



I correct an awkwardness of expression: exactly, it is not a node that will interrupt the conductive beams. So that will not "prevent". But I do not see how it would help! That was the assertion!

[By the way, I've never done it, and always had garlic ... Would it have been "better" if I had knotted ???? You see that I doubt, but if by planting 10 more caïeux I have enough ????
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Re: The garden of lazy brothers!

Unread Messageby Julienmos » 21/06/18, 00:09

my garlic is harvested, the foliage was yellowed, well "rusty", I have nothing knotted at all.
The bulbs seem to me of size more than correct, in any case much better than last year, where I transplanted the garlic a little late must be specified.
I guess you have to let it dry now, in the sun? leaving the stems and leaves, or cutting them right away?
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Re: The garden of lazy brothers!

Unread Messageby Did67 » 21/06/18, 08:07

I also tore a few feet (natural regrowths) in strawberries: it is indeed "rust" that has developed, in favor of the hot and humid period.

https://www.rustica.fr/articles-jardin/ ... ,4066.html

It is, with the fusarium (another mushroom), which justifies the fungicidal treatments on the conventional wheats - and which makes that I do not like the idea to use the straw, which remains drunk?
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