In November, it is still possible to carry out podzimnye planting of garlic and onions, crops of carrots, beets, radishes and other crops. The most favorable days for this will be prompted by the Lunar sowing calendar of gardeners and gardeners for November 2018.
Phases of the Moon in November 2018
|Moon Phase Calendar November 2018|
|.||The moon decreases from 1 to 6 November|
|.||New Moon - November 7|
|.||The moon rises from 8 to 22 November|
|.||Full Moon - November 23|
|The moon decreases again from November 24 to 30|
Favorable landing days in November 2018
The table shows the most favorable days for sowing seeds.
|culture||days favorable for sowing seeds||culture||days favorable for sowing seeds|
|cucumbers||16, 17, 18, 21, 22||tomatoes||16, 17, 18, 21, 22|
|Sweet pepper||16, 17, 18, 21, 22||root vegetables are different||2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 21, 22, 25, 26|
|garlic||2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 25, 26, 30||different greens||16, 17, 18, 21, 22, 25, 26|
|bow||2, 3, 4, 5, 11, 12, 13, 25, 26, 30|
Favorable days in November 2018 for planting seedlings
|culture||favorable days for planting seedlings|
|fruit trees||5, 11, 12, 13, 16, 17, 18, 21, 22|
Unfavorable days for planting and sowing seeds.
|Prohibited for planting days in November 2018||6, 7, 8, 23|
Attention! The table shows the most favorable days for planting and sowing seeds, but this does not mean at all that it is not possible to plant on other days. Do not plant anything only on prohibited days.
Lunar sowing calendar for November 2018 gardeners and gardeners (table)
The table shows the phases of the moon, its position in the signs of the zodiac and the recommended work for gardeners - gardeners - gardeners for each day of the month.
|date||Moon in zodiac signs||Recommended work|
|November 1, 2018 Thursday||Waning Moon in Leo|| |
|November 2, 2018, Friday||Waning Moon in Virgo|| |
|November 3, 2018 Saturday||Waning Moon in Virgo|
|November 4, 2018 Sunday||Waning Moon in Virgo|
|November 5, 2018, Monday||Waning Moon in Libra|| |
|November 6, 2018 Tuesday||Waning Moon in Libra||The lunar sowing calendar of gardeners and gardeners for November 2018 does not recommend disturbing plants during the new moon period.|
|November 7, 2018 Wednesday||New Moon Moon in Scorpio|
|November 8, 2018 Thursday||Growing Moon in Scorpio|
|November 9, 2018, Friday||Growing Moon in Sagittarius|| |
|November 10, 2018 Saturday||Growing Moon in Sagittarius|
|November 11, 2018 Sunday||Growing Moon in Capricorn|| |
|November 12, 2018, Monday||Growing Moon in Capricorn|
|November 13, 2018 Tuesday||Growing Moon in Capricorn|
|November 14, 2018 Wednesday||Growing Moon in Aquarius|| |
|November 15, 2018 Thursday||First quarter Moon in Aquarius|
|November 16, 2018 Friday||Growing Moon in Pisces|| |
|November 17, 2018 Saturday||Growing Moon in Pisces|
|November 18, 2018 Sunday||Growing Moon in Pisces|
|November 19, 2018, Monday||Growing Moon in Aries|| |
|November 20, 2018 Tuesday||Growing Moon in Aries|
|November 21, 2018 wednesday||Growing Moon in Taurus|| |
|November 22, 2018 th Thursday||Growing Moon in Taurus|
|November 23, 2018 Friday||Full Moon Moon in Gemini|| |
The lunar calendar of gardeners and gardeners for November 2018 does not recommend working with plants on the full moon.
|November 24, 2018 Saturday||The waning moon in gemini|| |
|November 25, 2018 Sunday||Waning Moon in Cancer|| |
|November 26, 2018, Monday||Waning Moon in Cancer|
|November 27, 2018 Tuesday||Waning Moon in Leo|| |
|November 28, 2018 wednesday||Waning Moon in Leo|
|November 29, 2018 th Thursday||Waning Moon in Leo|
|November 30, 2018 Friday||Third Quarter Moon in Virgo|| |
Many gardeners completed garden affairs back in October. But there are those who still do not return from the empty baskets from the dacha.
Until November, leek, Brussels sprouts, and daikon remained in the garden. All this is to be removed.
Leek it is important to dig very carefully, so as not to damage the stems. We cut two thirds of the length of all leaves, contaminated and damaged, remove. The total length of the stem with leek leaves, which is stored, should be about 25 cm. The roots of the leek are also pruned, approximately, by half.
If the apartment has a glazed loggia or balcony, you can store leek there, putting it in a box and covering it with something dark. Lowering the temperature to minus 5 degrees leeks are not terrible.
In the basement leek is instilled in the sand. It is done this way: the bottom of the box is sprinkled with a five-centimeter layer of sand, vertically installed leek stems and sprinkled with a ten-centimeter layer of moist clean sand. The basement, of course, must be cold: the optimum storage temperature leek plus 1 - minus 1 degree.
In this microclimate, the leek can stay fresh up to six months. Of course, in our basements, the temperature “jumps” in the winter, reacting to thaws and frosts, therefore, the leek may not be stored for such a long time, but it is still possible to prolong its consumption.
Well kept leek in the fridge. To do this, first select the healthy stalks that are cooled, then immediately pack several pieces into the pre-cooled perforated (with holes) plastic bags, too, and put them in the fridge in the vegetable compartment.
Store leek and frozen. Leaves and stems are carefully washed, dried on a towel, cut, laid out in small portions in bags and frozen.
Those who have electric dryers, can dry part of the crop. You can dry the previously washed and chopped leek in the oven at about 50 degrees.
Some plants can be left on the garden - for spring salads and soups. So that they are well wintered, they are simply highly spud. Leaves do not cover anything.
You can leave a few parsnip roots in the garden - also for spring vitamins. They pezimuyut great on the garden bed. In the spring we dig them up as early as possible: before they begin to spend nutrients on the growth of young leaves.
Do not further delay cleaning daikon. Long-fruited varieties, especially on heavy soils, are dug out with a pitchfork or shovel, and not pulled out. If the daikon is clean, just dry it slightly so that the sticking lumps of soil.
Strongly polluted root vegetables should be carefully washed (but not rubbed!), Dried and, after cutting the leaves, immediately put in storage. Daikon, packed in boxes, can be covered with sand or covered with plastic wrap.
Root vegetables can be packaged in plastic bags, making holes in them for access of air. It is even more convenient if you pack it according to the needs of the family: the contents of one bag should be enough for a week or two (depending on how often you go to the basement for supplies). At temperatures from 0 to plus 5 degrees, daikon is beautifully stored until spring.
If in November we plan to regularly visit the country, we can not rush to clean the Brussels sprouts: lowering the temperature to minus 5-7 degrees is not dangerous for it, and kochanchiki after light freezing becomes only tastier.
Kochanchiki can be cut as needed. But if the leaves on the stem began to fall, it is time to clean the Brussels sprouts completely.
To keep the roaches longer, we cut down the cabbage stalk at the root collar, cut off all the leaves, remove the growing point, put it in plastic bags and put it in the refrigerator.
If kochanchiki not grown enough, the plants of Brussels sprouts, pulling out with a root, drop in the basement. Leaves and with this method of storage are deleted. Kochanchiki gain weight due to the stump. Modern housewives prefer to keep Brussels sprouts frozen.
For more information about all the work at the dacha in the last month of autumn, read here ⇒
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