Analysis of high-yield cultivation and fall prevention technology of asparagus scaffolds
2022-08-08: [Article Link]
Pyrolysis scaffolding high-yielding anti-pump techniques.
I've already told you too much about the plant-planting technology, the plant-planting technology of the plant, and the little editor-in-chief of the network. Today we're talking about a new plant-planting method for the plant, which is the high-yielding technology!
How do you grow a baboon? There's too much talk for you about the plant-planting technology, the technology for high-yield farming, and the little editor of the Web. Today we're talking about a new method for planting a baboon, which is the technology for high-yielding cultivation and anti-defeating.
During the summer period, when the runners are grown, the f1 generation has mixed branches, which can be up to 2 metres high, and if the stubble is not cultivated, it can easily fall down and break, while the stubble stubble in the east seriously hampers the operation of weeding, gathering, medicine, etc. The sorghum is a vegetable crop that needs to be refined and stubble-cultivated, and some people feel that stubble has to be stubble, too much trouble. First of all, it's a question of growing ideas, and it's too much of a problem to be able to manage it as a field crop. But when you think that it is a vegetable, you should be better managed than tomatoes and bean horns, you won't feel like you're in trouble with the sorghum. There are too many benefits to a sorghum scaffolding, which doubles its photolytic area, increases its photolytic efficiency by 40%, and significantly increases its natural output. After a scaffolding, the scaffolds do not fall, making field management much easier. At the same time, the fields ask about improved ventilation, which can spread the moisture on the surface more quickly, reducing the likelihood of infection. The scaffolding is easier to harvest, and the newly-created tubers are shaded with the branches above, with less water lost, and are green and of better quality. The mounds are simple to cultivate, with a pole or wooden stick 1.5 metres high every five metres in the row, and with a pedal line or plastic cord attached in the middle, so that the leaves do not fall down.
In order to prevent a fall, the old method is to hit the top when it is 80 centimetres high, making it shorter. For a long time, it has become the classic technique of stubble cultivation. There are others who have regularized it, and what hit it from the first branch to the top of six branches in the spring, and from the first branch to the top of eight branches in the summer. And it's also explained that the spring wind is a little short, the summer wind is a little bit short, and it's a little taller, and this technology spreads out, and in some places, it hits at 50 or 60 centimetres. A species like UC800, with its first branch at an altitude of more than 30 centimetres, six branches up, and 50 centimetres. The centipede branch, 30 to 35 more, more than 20 fewer and 6 more, leaves 60% of the lobes out of production. We know that the production in spring of the second year of cyanium is a photo-cooperative production of homogenous products from the green part of the chalks of summer and autumn of the first year, which is converted into organic nutrients stored in underground storage roots for the second year. As you can imagine, the more green the stem leaves are, the more they are used in cooperation alone, the more nutrients they store and the higher the next year's production, a fact that no one can understand. So, if 60% of the stem leaves are knocked out, can they still produce high yields? So it's at the expense of production. After all, we grow tomatoes and cucumbers, and we grow them together, and we all take it for granted, because that's what we grow, and everyone thinks it's just a bunch of flowers for the sake of tomatoes, and it's ridiculous to choke the rest. How can we lose two-thirds of our production in order to save a few things? You know, two-thirds of our production is more than 1,000 pounds and more than 3,000 dollars! Japan, Europe, and its growers are now using advanced stubbing techniques to achieve higher stubble production. In China, we cannot spend 50 Yuan acres per acre, so we can plant stubble and earn high profits. It's actually a question of perception, and now many of Hebei's production areas are starting to use scaffolding to prevent fallbacks and high yields. Well, that's what we're talking about today, but mastering this technology is one of the key technical points of this technology.