For daily cooking, the so-called "green" is almost always needed, with it the dish becomes more aromatic, tastier, and, what is important, healthier. In this article, we'll talk specifically about parsley, its beneficial properties, and also how parsley is sown.
If you have a small summer cottage and you love parsley, I think planting it would be a brilliant idea. The main thing is to choose seeds, a site and devote a few hours to this.
Sowing parsley is easy enough as it doesn't require much attention. You can plant it in any period, but if planting occurs in winter, then you need to build a small shelter from frost, because the plant is thermophilic.
The most important thing when sowing is to maintain moisture, since parsley seeds contain a lot of essential oils, which makes it difficult for moisture to penetrate into the ground. Those. When planting seeds, the surface and shallow depth of the ground should be moistened, especially during the summer months.
The sowing depth is about 0.5-2 cm, it all depends on the sowing time. It is better to plant parsley after precipitation, if you have time and seeds, then wait for the rain and sow after it - there will be a good harvest.
In general, if you want to get a fertile crop and not stumble upon various diseases and loss of crops, then butt your site. The most important thing is:
- regular watering;
- a small amount of sun;
- moisture in the ground;
- good variety and good sowing land;
- mulching the rows with humus;
- weeding, plucking and spraying.