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How to cook yeast top dressing for cucumbers, tomato


Tell me, please, how to cook yeast top dressing for cucumbers, tomato?

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100g of “raw” yeast per 1 liter of warm water, add a spoonful of sugar, mix, soak for 24 hours in a warm place. then dilute this mash in 10-12l of water, mix and water.

Yes, everyone cooks in different ways. I did this: 5 gram packs were poured with water in a 10 liter bucket, it was all in the sun for 2-3 hours, then I took a bucket of this concentrate, bred it in 10 liters as well and watered it.

100 grams of live or two packs of “Moment” yeast and half a glass of sugar in a three-liter jar, add water, let them roam. How to ferment, one glass of “mash” on a bucket of water; pour 1-2 liters under the plant — this top dressing is good for tomatoes and peppers. And for pumpkin pumpkins: cucumbers, zucchini, pumpkin, melon, watermelon, bread ferment is good: break two loaves of black bread into a 10-12 liter bucket, pour warm water, then squeeze something so that the bread does not float into the heat for 4-5 days. Strain, add five parts of water and pour a liter on the plant (two liters on a pumpkin). Good top dressing. I still add 4 drops to them in a bucket !!! iodine from diseases, as prevention. Good luck !!!

And I do this: 1 pack of dry yeast - 11 or 12 gr. Pour 10 l of warm water, add 2 tbsp.sahara, insist 2 hours. I pour 1l of this mixture onto 10l of water and water all 2 times per season (except for potatoes).

100 grams of live yeast per 1 liter of water and one liter under the root.

I watered the yeast tomatoes when they felt bad after the cold weather. They all went well and * went wild *. There are many colors and ovaries, only the leaves are twisted, although there is no heat.

15 grams of yeast per 3 liters of water, 2 tbsp. sugar, insist 2 days in the heat. pour 0.5 l jar on 10 liters to water the tomatoes. I did this.

What do you think, and if the bread is not black but rye and a little moldy there will be no sense?

cut off the mold and it will go.

certainly better rye, do not regret it.