Plants protected in 7 steps

Plants protected in 7 steps

 Are your plants feeling the impact of high temperatures?

Here at home, the little plants were being affected, becoming dry, with burnt leaves, some even died.

But I found gardeners ' secrets for dealing with it, and I'll tell you now.

Sun protection checklist

Let's do a checklist, okay? This makes it easier to understand and put into practice all the tips you need to follow.

Mark which steps you already take and see if your plants are protected from the heat.

1. Are the plants protected from the intense sun?

The ideal is that your plants absorb sunlight for a few hours, but if they stay for a long time they end up dying, make sure they have a shade to protect themselves.

If you're still planning your garden, this is the time to take this into account before planting, so you don't have a headache later.

2. Extra protection for plants

Check if you have an awning, a tarp, a parasol, or a shading screen to protect your garden in the hottest moments.

These items break a branch in the dry and hot seasons, as they protect and prevent the accelerated loss of water from your little plants. The investment in these items is well worth it.

Don't be afraid to use it, on the contrary, when the sun is around 30 degrees, it's time to protect the plants. This very strong sun is harmful for some species.

3. Children are protected

If you have seedlings or smaller plants, place them in the shade of larger plants, so they will receive the necessary light without roasting, and soon they will be providing shade for others.

4. Irrigation hose

This item cannot be missing in a well-kept garden.

I'll tell you how it works: The irrigation hose acts slowly on the roots of the plants, the flow of water it receives turns out to be ideal because of its structure.

It has small holes that allow this to happen, they are flexible and easy to handle.

5. Protected garden hose

The quality hose has a very resistant material, but even so, care is needed such as: Do not leave it exposed to intense sunlight, prevent water from accumulating inside it after storage, do not store it in a humid and poorly lit place, as can proliferate fungi.

The ideal for greater protection of your hose is to have a protective cover and a support where it will be rolled up, this increases durability and facilitates handling.

Do not roll the hose loosely, this can twist it and cause cracks and punctures, damage that can lead to the complete loss of your hose.

6. Plants watered in the morning

They love this time and that's why it's the best, or late afternoon when the sun is hiding, don't water the plants when the sun is too strong, it can kill them

7. Weeds removed

These little plants accumulate and grow quickly, they don't need much ceremony, they steal nutrients and water from the plants in your garden, it's important to remove them.

And that's the protected garden checklist !

As you can see, it is necessary to take good care of the plants, but not only that, the garden equipment also needs protection.

Do not forget that pooled water can be the focus of the dengue mosquito. Prevent your garden from becoming puddled by using good drainage and controlled irrigation.

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