Technology for protection of fruit trees from frost in intensive orchards
This video is part of a series of agro-consultations with recommendations and advice from industry experts.
Prepared by the Multimedia Center of the Ministry of Agriculture of the Republic of Uzbekistan with the participation of the Center for Knowledge, Innovation and Services in Agriculture AKIS, Tashkent State Agrarian University, experienced farmers and farmers.
"HOW TO PROTECT TREES FROM COLD IN INTENSIVE GARDENS?"
- Ilhom Normuradov, Doctor of Agricultural Sciences, Professor, Head of the Department of Fruit and Viticulture, Tashkent State Medical University.
- Orifjon Mahmudov, agronomist of Leo Garden LLC.
Work to protect the trees from the cold should begin in September.
Timely seasonal agro-technical measures to protect trees from the cold in intensive orchards of the country, to prepare seedlings for the winter will increase the productivity of orchards and increase the export of fruits and vegetables.
The use of advanced techniques in these processes is essential to make the work more efficient. Intensive garden care experts offer the following recommendations:
In intensive gardens, it is advisable to drip all the mineral nutrients through the water.
The advantage of drip irrigation is that the nutrients reach the roots and the fertilizer is absorbed efficiently.
In intensive gardens, it is recommended to plant vegetables that can be cut between 1-year-old trees and not irrigated in September. Because if the trees are watered in September, the seedlings will be cold.
The buds collect more water than the twigs, making it easier to cool. Harvest buds are formed in 3 - 5 years. Therefore, it is necessary to protect the bud from the cold. Once the buds are formed, they bear fruit for many years.
It is important to prepare the intensive garden for the winter and feed the trees with the necessary nutrients in preparation for the spring budding process. In this case, the trees are fed with boric acid and zinc. In winter, it is treated with chlorhexidine and fungicides to prevent disease.