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Cloudberry jam without stones

Cloudberry jam is a good source of vitamins and minerals, which is important for maintaining immunity, especially in the winter. The berry itself is nutritious and beneficial, its chemical composition and a large number of useful properties are impressive. A jar of cloudberries can turn an ordinary evening tea party into a real celebration.
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Caviar from zucchini

When zucchini starts to appear in the beds with the beginning of summer, it seems that there is nothing tastier than the vegetable slices roasted in flour or in batter, seasoned with salt, pepper and garlic. But gradually they are becoming more and more, and the street is getting hotter and hotter. Summer is already in full swing, sometimes there is no place to go from zucchini, but there is no desire to spend many hours near the hot plate at such a time.
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Mulberry wine

Cooking homemade wine - the whole art. Experienced winemakers use a variety of fruits and fruits for homemade alcohol. Mulberry wine is popular because the berries have a pleasant dessert taste and contain enough sugars for winemaking. Peculiarities of Mulberry Wine Making It is important to observe several basic nuances of creating a mulberry beverage when preparing a tasty dessert wine: you must use strictly black mulberry varieties, since they have the most pronounced taste and color; it is better to use the berries at the peak of ripeness, when they begin to fall from the tree; if the berries are not dirty, they should not be washed; For a rich taste, experts recommend adding lemon juice.
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Household

Wax moth Ognevka: how to fight

Keeping bees is not only a hobby and getting tasty nectar, but also hard work, since hives often become infected with various diseases. Wax moth is a common pest that causes great damage to the apiary. The mole itself is harmless, the larvae pose the greatest threat. They eat honeycombs, honey, cherries, propolis and spoil bee cocoons.
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Garden

Blood meal as fertilizer - how to apply

Every gardener is well aware that on depleted, depleted soils good yields of garden and garden crops do not get. In the old days, our ancestors used only organic dressings. Many farmers today are not going to give up on them. With the development of chemistry, mineral fertilizers have appeared that improve the structure of the soil and have a beneficial effect on the development of plants.
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Radish Cherryriet F1

Radishes are loved by many for being one of the earliest sources of vitamins in the spring menu. True, in recent years, many varieties and hybrids have appeared, which are quite simple to grow in greenhouses, even in autumn and winter. And at the expense of resistance to bolting such a radish can be safely grown in the heat of summer.
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