Everyone who is passionate about cultivating culturalplants in the country, on the garden plot, on the garden plot, there are secrets of success. Some of them become the property of all. Especially if you can not wait, for the kindness of the soul or out of bragging, to announce publicly: "And here's how!"
The fact that yeast is an excellent fertilizer forplants, on the relevant Internet forums say for a long time. A note of mistrust is clearly audible: it is difficult to imagine how ordinary baker's yeast can positively influence the growth and development of plants. Let's try to understand.
If you look closely at the composition of unicellularmicroscopic fungi, which, in fact, are yeast, you can find many useful substances for the plant: proteins, carbohydrates, B vitamins, organic iron, minerals, trace elements, amino acids. And, in particular, vitamins B1, H, Mesoinositol alcohol. These substances released by yeast cells, when yeast dissolve in water, are mediated accelerators of the process of root formation.
Therefore, yeast as a fertilizer acts as followsway. The activating substances contained in them act on the soil microflora, and already the result of its vital activity feeds the plant and stimulates the growth of its root system. That, in turn, is the key to a good development of the ground part.
It is often not possible to use yeast as a fertilizerno sense. They work best when stimulating plant vegetation (spring or end of summer). At the same time, the soil must be heated, and this is understandable: when in a cold environment, the yeast reduces its activity to zero. They themselves must be with an unexpired expiration date. It should also be taken into account that a large amount of calcium is absorbed during fermentation, therefore, to cover its deficiency, ash is introduced along with yeast.
Yeast as a fertilizer is used so. A mixture is prepared by diluting 2 kg of fresh yeast or 10 g of dry in a bucket of warm water. To a solution of dry yeast, add 2 tablespoons of sugar and let it brew for two hours. Before use, both solutions must be diluted with five buckets of water.
Yeast for fertilizing plants can be purchased, i. E. artificial, or natural, obtained by natural means. Here are two recipes for the preparation of natural yeast.
Leaven of hops
For her, you need to take dry or fresh cones of hops,pour in a saucepan with hot water, put on fire, bring to a boil and hold for 1 hour. Remove from heat, cool, drain. Add sugar and flour in a 1: 2 ratio, mix, put in a warm place. After a day and a half days, boil the potatoes, rub and add to the mass to the consistency of the porridge. Mix. Wait another day.
Leaven of wheat grains
A glass of wheat grains should be soaked and left onday on sprouting. Grind, add 1-2 tablespoons of sugar and flour. Must turn out a thick porridge. Stir, put on a small fire, cook for 20 minutes. Remove from heat, identify in a warm place for a day. Porridge will turn sour, and on its surface will appear bubbles.
Experimentally established that yeast as afertilizer (more precisely, yeast dressing) like vegetables and fruits, berries and flowers. But especially well respond to this remedy cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, petunia, geranium.
So, garden gardener actually ownhands organize a symbiosis between the soil microflora and yeast fungi. The result of this symbiosis is a healthy and abundant fruit bearing plants.