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Planting annual flowers for seedlings

It is not for nothing that annuals in the garden are so loved by many generations of flower growers, because in terms of the duration of flowering, none of the perennial flowers can match them. Starting from the end of spring, they are able to delight the heart of the gardener until the very autumn frosts. And some, even after slight frosts, are able to maintain a decorative appearance.
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How much hay does a cow need: per day, per head, for a year

How much hay a cow needs for the winter depends on its quality, the type of grass cut and the animal's appetite. All living organisms have a different metabolism, and the need for food is also different. Roughage can be nutritious or "empty". The amount of food that a particular animal needs, each owner will have to set independently.
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Peach jam

Peaches are such noble fruits that no matter what preparation for the winter is made from them, everything will turn out not just tasty, but very tasty. But since the fruits of peaches ripen very quickly, and the period of their use ends just as quickly, we often have to deal with already overripe fruits.
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Will the wire withstand electrical stress?

Electricians, I need your help! We have wiring to the boxes made of copper wire 4 mm². A wire of 2.5 mm² goes to the sockets, and 1.5 mm² to the lamps. The kitchen has a microwave and electric kettle, but we plan to install a boiler of 50 liters. Will this wiring withstand the load? Do I need to stretch some extra wire?
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Land for conifers

Soil for conifers has its own characteristics. Therefore, the use of ordinary soil for planting firs, pines and spruces is not permissible. About the secrets of soil preparation for conifers - further in the article. Features of the soil for conifers The optimal composition of the soil for all coniferous representatives is a mixture of the following components: peat (can be replaced with marsh duckweed); sand (preferably using river); humus; sod land.
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Hydrangea paniculata Big Ben: description, planting and care, reviews

Panicle hydrangea is a plant of unusual beauty. It can be grown in flowerpots and in the garden. Thanks to the large selection, you can choose the look you like the most. Hydrangea Big Ben will be a bright decoration for any garden. The plant gained popularity not for its bright flowering, but for the fact that the inflorescences change color throughout the season.
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