High yield of radish

Radish is not only nutritious, but also has the functions of preventing diseases and curing diseases. How can we make radish big, sweet, and high-yield? The following seven junctures must be kept in cultivation: 1. Site preparation. Radish is a high-yielding crop that requires loose, deep, organic-rich soil. Normally sowed about 15 days before sowing, so that the soil is fully exposed, and then deep-sweeping once during sowing. It can promote soil microbial activity, thicken the living soil layer, improve soil fertility and soil pellet structure, and create a good yield for radish. The growth conditions. 2. Bottom fertilizer off. The radish needs a large quantity of fertilizer, and it is necessary to apply sufficient fertilizer at the bottom. The base fertilizer is typically 6,000 kg of pig, cattle, and sheep manure, and 30 kg - 35 kg of phosphate fertilizer. 3. Selection off. There are many types of radish, and it is necessary to choose a high-yield, thin-grained, thin-skinned, tender and fleshy variety suitable for local planting. 4. Sowing off. Experiments show that the radish sowing time is appropriate for "three volts" days. Sowing too early, radish is spicy and pungent, twitching early, easily hollow, rough skin, poor quality; sowing late, radish grows little, low yield. In order to improve the yield and quality of radish and avoid hollow, at the time of sowing, 250 grams of boric acid can be used per acre - 300 grams, or about 500 grams of borax, first with a small amount of soot or chimney ash mix, then mixed with soil miscellaneous fertilizer, Then mix well with the seeds for on-demand. 5. Dressing clearance. About 10 days after radish seedlings are sown, 15 kg of Mushi urea or 200 kg of dilute water--250 kg will be applied. For the boron-depleted field, boron is sprayed on the leaves. Each time, about 150 grams of borax is used per acre, and 50 kg of water is applied. After spraying in the evening, the spray is applied twice every two weeks, and the spray is repeated twice. 3 times. 6. Watering off. When the radish is in seedling stage, the drought must be watered to protect the seedlings, and attention should be paid to the cultivator, especially after the rain. With the growth of radish, the growth of the leaf groves gradually slows down, while the growth of the roots of the fleshy roots accelerates. At this time, the water and fertilizer must keep up to promote the growth of fleshy roots. 7. Pest control. The main pest of radish is the aphid, which can be sprayed with 40% Dimethoate 1500-2000 times or Dichlorvos 800-1000 times. China Agricultural Network Editor

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