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Rinda F1 cabbage - everything about the variety from planting to harvest

 Rinda F1 cabbage - everything about the variety from planting to harvest


White cabbage is grown in almost all countries of the world, but for Russia it is a particularly valuable crop. As you know, the territory of our country is huge and most of it, unfortunately, is a zone of risky farming, or even not at all suitable for gardening. However, cabbage, due to its unpretentiousness, is successfully grown in our country everywhere, excluding the regions of the far north. There are a great many varieties of white cabbage today, and vegetable growers are faced with the task of choosing a variety in accordance with climatic conditions and the purposes of using the crop. One of the most popular and recognized varieties of cabbage is Rinda F1. Consider all the features of this variety, as well as the growing conditions for a good harvest.

Rinda F1 cultivar history

White cabbage Rinda F1 - a hybrid of Dutch selection, mid-ripening period. Since 1993, this variety has been included in the state register of Russia for cultivation in the Volgo-Vyatka and Central regions.

Cabbage has established itself as a high-yielding variety suitable for fresh use in salads, for preparing many dishes and preparations, as well as for selling on the market.

Main characteristics and description

The heads of Rinda F1 cabbage are dense, regular round shape, uniform light green color on the outside and almost white on the inside. A variety with excellent taste and high yield - heads of cabbage often reach a weight of 7-8 kg, with an average weight of 3-4 kg. In addition, Rinda F1 is not prone to cracking and is quite resistant to various diseases and pests. Differs in amicable crop formation. In terms of ripening, it belongs to the mid-season, about 100 days before full ripening.

Head of Rinda F1 cabbage ready to eat

Pros and cons of cabbage

Despite its many advantages, this variety also has its disadvantages.

Table: advantages and disadvantages of the Rinda F1 variety

Advantages of the varietyDisadvantages of the variety
High yieldDemanding sunlight
Amicable maturationDrought-resistant
Disease resistanceAffected by harmful insects - cruciferous flea, aphid, cruciferous bug
Low requirements for soil composition
Good taste
No tendency to crack fruit
Suitable for long-term storage
Small stump

Planting methods and care

You can grow Rinda F1 cabbage using seedling and seedless methods, but, in any case, you first need to prepare a site for planting cabbage. The beds should be located in an open, sunny area. Shade from hedges or nearby trees will interfere with head-setting. When choosing a place for cabbage, you need to pay attention to the predecessors. It is good if onions, garlic, legumes, potatoes, carrots or zucchini grew in the garden before the cabbage. You should not plant seedlings after cruciferous crops: turnips, radishes, lettuce, mustard. Despite the undemanding soil, a good harvest of Rinda F1 cabbage can be obtained on neutral or soils with weak acidity.

The preparation of the beds begins in the fall. Acidic soils must be deoxidized by adding fluff lime, dolmitic flour or chalk during digging at the rate of 0.5 kg per 1 sq. Fertilizers are also applied to poor, infertile soils - a bucket of compost, 2 glasses of ash, 30 g of superfarsfat and 40 g of potassium sulfate per 1 sq. In the spring, nitrogen fertilizers are added - 40 g of urea per 1 sq. On fertile soils, you can limit yourself to the introduction of organic matter.

Seedling method of growing.

It is preferable to grow cabbage seedlings in a greenhouse, since seedlings that appear at a temperature of 20-22 degrees, further need to lower the temperature by 10 degrees. Seeds must be sown 35–40 days before planting in open ground. Each climatic zone will have its own deadline, but in most areas - early April. Sowing can be carried out in the purchased soil mixture for seedlings or in your own, prepared in the fall. To compose your own soil, add 1 part of compost and wood ash to 1 part of garden soil at the rate of 10 tablespoons per 10 kg of soil, mix everything well. Ash will serve not only as a fertilizer rich in many macro- and microelements, but will also show its antiseptic properties.

Sowing seeds step by step

  1. Fill the box with prepared moist soil.
  2. Seeds, if it is not noted that they are processed by the manufacturer, soak for half an hour in a honey solution (a teaspoon of honey in 1 glass of water).
  3. Sow the dried seeds into holes, to a depth of 1–1.5 cm.
  4. Level the soil, spray the planting.
  5. With the emergence of seedlings, lower the temperature to 10-12 degrees and provide good lighting, possibly with additional lighting.
  6. After two weeks, split the seedlings into separate containers.
  7. Prevent the soil from drying out - monitor watering.

Cabbage seedlings are ready for picking

It is possible to plant seedlings in the beds after the threat of recurrent frosts. By the time of planting, cabbage should have 7-8 formed leaves. It is ideal to plant on a cloudy rainy day or in the evening if the weather is sunny. Dig a hole, pour water into it, lower the seedling, sprinkle with earth, slightly compact. The holes should be approximately 40 cm apart. It is advisable to mulch the planted cabbage seedlings with rotted sawdust or peat - this will help prevent moisture loss. If warm sunny weather is established, then the first days the seedlings need to be shaded so that they take root well.

Cabbage seedlings are planted in open ground

For the prevention of fungal and bacterial diseases during planting, you can use the microbiological fungicide Fitosporin. This drug is used at any stage - it can be used to process soil, seeds, cuttings, seedlings and adult plants. Fitosporin is harmless to beneficial insects and has a 4th hazard class for humans.

Video: planting cabbage seedlings in the ground

Seedless growing method

Recently, gardeners more often sow cabbage in a seedless way, directly to the garden. It is advisable to use such a planting in the absence of a greenhouse, when it is impossible to ensure a decrease in temperature and sufficient lighting. Many gardeners note that the Rinda F1 variety is perfect for such a planting. Preference is given to sowing seeds for plastic bottles that act as a greenhouse.

Step-by-step process of sowing Rinda F1 cabbage in open ground:

  1. On a bed prepared in the fall, make small holes every 40 cm in a row.
  2. Plant 3-5 seeds in holes poured with warm water, sprinkle with earth.
  3. Cover each hole with a cut-off plastic bottle, trying to insert it deeper into the ground. The lid can be removed later when shoots appear.
  4. After the sprouts appear, you need to leave one, the strongest, carefully cut off the rest with scissors or pinch off.
  5. When the plants grow up and the threat of frost has passed, the bottles can be removed.

Cabbage seedlings under plastic bottles are well protected from natural disasters and pests

Outdoor care techniques

To get a good harvest, during the summer you need to carry out a number of activities - watering, feeding, loosening, hilling. Regular inspection of plants will help to detect diseases and pests in time and take measures to destroy them.

Watering features

The fruit is very fond of water, so watering should be regular. After planting, we water it 2 times a week, at the root, at the rate of a liter of water per plant. In the future, in the absence of rain, watering is carried out at the same frequency, while abundantly moisturizing the entire garden. During the growth of the heads of cabbage, if the weather is dry, hot, you need to water every other day. You can stop watering 2 weeks before the cabbage is fully ripe.

Loosening and hilling

After each watering, the cabbage must be loosened so that a crust does not form on the soil surface. Two weeks after planting the seedlings, hilling is carried out - this technique will allow young plants to get stronger and gain strength. After a month and a half, a second hilling is carried out, which will accelerate growth and subsequently prevent large heads of cabbage from collapsing.

Mulching cabbage with rotted sawdust, cut grass or peat in a layer of 8–10 cm will help reduce cabbage watering and relieve you of regular loosening and weeding.

Top dressing

Cabbage, as it grows, removes a large amount of trace elements from the ground. In order for the nutrients to be enough for the entire period of growth and for the formation of a good harvest, additional fertilizing is necessary.

Table: Rinda F1 cabbage dressing scheme

Fertilization periodFertilizer composition
15-20 days after planting or sowing in the groundInsist 0.5 l of mullein in 10 l of water 30 g of urea per 10 l of water 20 g of ammonium nitrate per 10 l of water Consumption: 0.5 l of one of the solutions for each plant
2 weeks after the first feedingInsist 0.5 liters of mullein in 10 liters of water. Dilute the infusion of bird droppings in water 1/15 2 tbsp. tablespoons of nitroammophoska for 10 liters of water Consumption: 1 liter of one of the solutions for each plant
2 weeks after the second feedingInsist 0.5 l of mullein in 10 l of water + 30 g of superphosphate 2 tbsp. tablespoons of superphosphate + 1 tbsp. spoon of complex fertilizers with microelements (Kemira, Solution, Kristalon, etc.) Consumption: 6–8 liters per 1 sq. m.

Top dressing for cabbage must be applied on damp ground, after watering or rain. If the land is fertile or you added mineral fertilizers during planting, then the rates of top dressing can be reduced.

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Rinda F1 Cabbage Disease and Pest Control

Rinda F1 is quite resistant to many diseases, but some pose a serious danger to her. Consider the signs of diseases and methods of struggle.

Blackleg is a fungal disease, affecting the stem, slows down growth and leads to the death of the plant. If a damaged plant is found, it is immediately removed, as the disease can spread. To prevent this disease, you need to process the seeds and soil for seedlings with Fitosporin or Fitolavin, observe crop rotation.

Keela is the most dangerous disease in cabbage. The keel fungus affects the roots of the plant, but there are no obvious signs of the disease. The leaves have slightly wilted and turned yellow, the heads of cabbage are underdeveloped, but after digging, white, decaying thickenings can be seen on the roots of the cabbage. This disease is not cured, so damaged plants are immediately removed. The soil is watered with a strong, almost black solution of potassium permanganate. In the fall, the garden bed is lime (200 g of lime per 1 sq. M). In the spring, before planting seedlings, the earth is shed with a 3% solution of Bordeaux liquid.

Mosaic of leaves is one of the most common viral diseases, dangerous for all varieties of cabbage. The first signs appear shortly after planting the seedlings - cabbage leaves are covered with a mosaic mesh, wrinkle, the edges darken and later die off. There is no cure for this disease, and damaged plants should not be eaten. Therefore, diseased plants should be removed immediately. Preventive measures include weed control and the control of harmful insects, as aphids and ticks carry the mosaic virus.

Peronosporosis or downy mildew is a fairly common fungal disease. Yellowish or grayish spots appear on the leaves, and fungal spores appear on the underside. Diseased leaves turn yellow and die off. If the plant is affected at the seedling stage, you can spray it with a solution of the Healer fungicide, which is active against fungal diseases, or Fitosporin. It is advisable to treat seedlings with the same drugs for prophylactic purposes.

Photo Gallery: Signs of Rinda F1 Cabbage Disease

Aphids are the most dangerous pest in cabbage. Pulling sap out of the plant, it deforms the leaves, thereby inhibiting development. Ash-like clusters of aphids can be found on the back of the leaves. Affected plants are treated with an insecticide.

Cruciferous flea - Eats all cruciferous plants. It appears in early spring, so when the pest first appears, you can treat the soil and then, after planting the seedlings, continue spraying at intervals of a week. In total, carry out 3-4 treatments.

The scoop is a voracious caterpillar that gnaws a head of cabbage to the center. Damaged cabbage cannot be used for food and it is also not suitable for storage. Having found the first signs of the appearance of a scoop, immediately treat the cabbage with an insecticide.

The cruciferous bug is a beetle with an interesting black pattern on a red or yellow background. Leaves and beetles and their larvae gnaw. As a result of their activity, the leaves gradually die off, the plant weakens and may die. When a pest is found, it is important to treat the plantings with an insecticide as early as possible in order to preserve the crop.

Photo Gallery: Rinda F1 Cabbage Pests

In relation to all the described pests, as well as many others, Fitoverm insecticide acaricide is very effective. Consumption rates for cabbage 4 ml of the drug per 1 liter of water, spray twice during the growing season.

Fitoverm is a new broad-spectrum biological product. It has low toxicity and is safe for the environment. Fruits and vegetables processed by Fitoverm can be eaten in two days. Fitoverm should not be used during flowering, so as not to leave the garden without bees and other pollinators.

Harvesting and storage of Rinda F1 cabbage

The amicable ripening of Rinda F1 cabbage ends by the end of August - the beginning of September. At the same time, they begin to harvest, choosing for this a fine day, without precipitation. Dense large heads of cabbage are cut with a knife, the excess leaves are removed and sent for storage. Rinda F1 tolerates transportation well and can be stored in a basement or cellar in bags, boxes, on shelves or hanging for a long time.

Optimum storage conditions for cabbage:

  • Air temperature -1 + 1about
  • humidity about 80%
  • regular ventilation - at least once a week

Rinda F1 can be stored in a suspended state for a long time

Rinda F1 cabbage is ideal for pickling. There are a great many recipes for blanks - with cranberries, beets, apples, horseradish, marinated with spices, etc. It is advisable to start processing cabbage immediately after harvest, while the heads of cabbage are fresh and juicy. As a result of storage, the amount of juice in cabbage decreases and during fermentation, you may have to add water, and this will not improve the taste of the product.

Rinda F1 sauerkraut with cranberries is not only tasty, but also beautiful

Rinda F1 is also good for everyday use fresh, stewed or fried. It makes great salads, vinaigrettes, borscht, cabbage rolls, cabbage cutlets and many other traditional and exotic dishes.

Rinda F1 cabbage is a good, productive variety that meets all the needs of gardeners, farmers and just amateurs. Today it is one of the most popular varieties of white cabbage in many regions of our country.


The main guarantee of delicious manti is no water on them. The slightest spray will nullify all efforts. Of course, dumplings with the right filling will turn out to be very aromatic and juicy, but, alas, this will no longer be a steamed dish. So, to get the desired effect, you need to keep in mind the following subtleties of cooking:

Lubrication is mandatory. We are talking about the grates and walls of all tiers of the cooking device. If you neglect this procedure, each mant will stick to the grate of the steamer and it is unlikely that it will be possible to separate them without breaking the tender dough. For the same reason, you should not stack the products too closely, they increase during the cooking process and can also stick together on the sides.

Water boils - it means to lay out the workpieces early. It is necessary to wait until it boils completely and only then install the pallet or put the manti (depending on the model of the steamer).

Advice. If there is no electric apparatus, do not despair, you can cook manti in a simple saucepan. A metal sieve or something similar is placed on top.

The steam should not escape, so the manti should be cooked under a lid.It is important to remember to be careful and, when opening the steamer, do not bend over the container, because the steam burns in the first moments.
And, finally, the most important thing is to cook manti for about 40 minutes. But experienced housewives know that it is not out of place to check the dish in advance, for example, after 30 minutes.


Description of the plant

The genus Calathea (lat.Calathea) is the largest in the arrowroot family. Under natural conditions, this plant is found in the tropical rainforests of South and Central America. There are more than 130 wild species of calathea, but no more than 20 of them are most often grown indoors.

The flower got its name from the ancient Greek calathos - a basket, because baskets have been woven from dry calathea stems from ancient times to the present day.

Calathea is a perennial ornamental deciduous plant with underground rhizomes that form a superficial root system. Vertical shoots with rosettes of leaves extend from the rhizomes, and one rosette can contain only one fully developed leaf. The leaf blades are on long, upright petioles 30 to 80 cm tall. The leaves are large, up to 30 cm, oval, although there are lanceolate-leaved species. Their color is very diverse: there are calatheas with green, red, white leaves. All species are united by an extraordinary variegation - veins and lines of a contrasting color stand out on the leaf plate... Calathea blooms with small flowers, collected in spike-shaped inflorescences.

Calathea foliage is very decorative

Why does a flower raise leaves up in the evening and lower them in the morning

Calathea has one interesting feature. In the evenings, its leaves rise up, and in the morning they drop again and turn towards the sun. This behavior of a flower is associated with the conditions of its growth in its natural environment. At home in tropical forests, among thickets of other plants, Kalatea has to catch every ray of light, which is why its leaves have become so mobile.

For the ability to fold and straighten the leaves of calathea, it was called "prayer flower". There is a belief that, turning to the sun, Calathea prays for the welfare and prosperity of the house in which it grows.

Calathea is undoubtedly a very attractive plant. But in order for its foliage to really decorate the interior, and not to languish with a miserable bush, it requires tireless care and compliance with the rules of maintenance. Only experienced flower growers can grow a calathea.


Characteristics of the Rinda F1 cabbage variety

Rinda F1 is an over-yielding mid-season variety. Up to 14 kg of fruit can be harvested from 1 m 2. The ripening period of the culture from the emergence of seedlings is from 120 to 130 days, while between planting seedlings in the ground until the full ripeness of the fruits, 80–90 days pass. This cabbage shows excellent results in a variety of climatic growing conditions.

Rinda F1 cabbage is a high-yielding variety that has taken root in our regions

The socket is semi-raised, compact size. The leaves are thin, resilient, medium-spreading, light green in color. Heads of cabbage are dense, rounded. They are distinguished by good standing preservation. The stump is relatively short. On the cut, the color of the fruit is yellow-white. The cabbage is juicy and has a sweetish taste. The average weight of heads of cabbage is from 3 to 5 kg, but there are fruits weighing up to 8 kg.

Table: strengths and weaknesses of the variety

Dignity disadvantages
Resistance of heads to cracking when fully ripe Sensitivity to lack of sunlight
Long-term storage on the root Prolonged drought tolerance
High yield
Pleasant taste
Good transportability
Unpretentiousness to growing conditions
Immunity to bacteriosis, root rot, leaf browning

Video: a comparative review of heads of cabbage of different varieties


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- how to save cucumbers from pests, diseases and adverse weather conditions.

Country: Russia, SovaFilm Studio
Classificator: Gardening
Distribution Type: Video Tutorial
Length: 01:01:47
Year of issue: 2010
Russian language

Quality: DVD5
Format: DVD video
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: AC3
Video: PAL 16: 9 (720x576) VBR Auto Letterboxed
Audio: Russian (Dolby AC3, 2 ch)

All about growing dahlias

Description: Everyone admires the flowers of dahlia. They enjoy well-deserved popularity due to the extraordinary beautiful colors of the flower and the variety of its forms. Amateur gardeners grow both large and small decorative varieties of dahlias.
But there is a stereotype that they are difficult to grow. We will try to dispel this myth. In fact, dahlias are easier to grow than potatoes. You just need to know some secrets. And which ones - you will find out by watching our film.

Country: Russia, SovaFilm Studio
Classificator: Gardening
Distribution Type: Video Tutorial
Length: 01:33:29
Year of issue: 2011
Russian language

Quality: DVD5
Format: DVD video
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: AC3
Video: PAL 16: 9 (720x576) VBR Auto Letterboxed
Audio: Russian (Dolby AC3, 2 ch)

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Video course on growing tomatoes

A small video course, which is completely devoted to the cultivation of one variety of tomatoes in central Russia.

The uniqueness of the course lies in the fact that its author is a simple tomato lover who has been receiving high yields of the highest quality tomatoes in his greenhouse for more than 5 years.

All recommendations are very simple, since he is not a biologist, then everything is clear to the point of primitiveness.
Another of the advantages is that the author is a categorical opponent of the use of pesticides and chemical fertilizers, which guarantees environmentally friendly tomatoes.

Thus, he proves that it is possible to achieve a large harvest without the use of chemicals.
After watching this course, every novice gardener, and not only, can adopt many of the techniques that the author uses.

Look, and many will want to grow such tomatoes, and most importantly, they will be able to do it.

The video course consists of video tutorials:
- preparation of land
- dive
- watering seedlings
- adding earth
- transplant
- formation of bushes
- pruning leaves
- we monitor the harvest
- harvesting
- autumn care
- pickling tomatoes

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Grapes. Landing, leaving, shelter

Film Ogiy Anatoly Nikolaevich, a winegrower from the Dnepropetrovsk region. Much has been written about pruning and planting grapes. You can read about this in any reference book on viticulture, but as the proverb says, it is better to see it once. The author shows all the operations with grapes, from planting to shelter.

Information about the film:
Title: Grapes. Landing, leaving, shelter
Author: Ogiy Anatoly
Year of issue: 2007
Genre: educational video, viticulture

Content:
1. Directories
2. Photo varieties
3. Shelter of grapes
4. Cropping part 1
5. Cropping part 2
6. Planting guide
7. Frost protection

Issued: Ukraine
Duration: 103 min
Russian language

File
Quality: DVDRip
Format: AVI (XviD)
Video: 640x480, 25 fps, 1.3 Mbps
Audio: Stereo, 48 KHz, 128 Kbps
Size: 1.41 GB

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Vegetable growing according to Mittlider. Abundance technology

Anyone interested in growing vegetables will benefit from this course. It is not at all necessary to have any experience in vegetable growing. At the same time, experienced gardeners and commercial farmers learn a lot from the Mittlider method presented in this video. The visual course includes all stages - from seed preparation to harvest.

Information about the film:
Title: Abundance Technology: Mittlider Vegetable Growing
Year of issue: 2006
Genre: Documentary, educational

Jacob R. Mittlider is an international expert in agriculture, the creator of a universal method of vegetable growing, the use of which gives high yields in any climatic region. The Mittlider technique allows a family of four to fully provide themselves with vegetables from a vegetable garden with an area of ​​only one and a half hundred square meters.

Content
01. Dr. Mittlider's method
02. Seed treatment
03. Preparation for sowing
04. Healthy seedlings
05. Greenhouse according to all the rules
06. Narrow ridges
07. Site planning
08. Landing in the ground
09. Weed control
10. Growing tomatoes
11. Growing cucumbers
12. Growing potatoes
13. Classification of fertilizers
14. Organic fertilizers
15. Feeding program
16. Vegetables without nitrates
17. Signs of soil depletion
18. Plant healing
19. Results

Issued by: TRK "Three Angels"
Duration: 19 x

00:15:00
Translation: not required

File
Quality: VHSRip
Format: AVI (DivX)
Video: 720x536 (1.34: 1), 25 fps,

780 kbps
Audio: 44.100 kHz, MPEG Layer 3, 2 ch,


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TV channel "Usadba" Enjoy your steam

Description: Since ancient times, man has known the healing properties of water and steam. It should only be remembered that visiting a bath requires knowledge of certain rules, without which you can cause irreparable harm to health. This cycle of TV shows will tell you about why you need to steam, how you need to steam, which broom to choose and what precautions must be taken.

February 21, 2010 Distribution of episode 05 - "How to deal with a cold" has begun
February 23, 2010 Added episode 04 - "Hardening"
April 1, 2010 Added episode 09 - "Turkish bath" Hamam ". Part 1
April 2, 2010 Added episode 10 - "Turkish bath" Hamam ". Part 2
April 7, 2010 Added episode 06 - "Recuperation"
April 8, 2010 Added episode 12 - "Japanese bath" Ofuro "
April 8, 2010 Added episode 11 - "Russian bath. Broom and ax."
April 14, 2010 Added episode 14 - "Indian Bath"
April 26, 2010 Added episode 15 - "Tibetan bath"
April 27, 2010 Added episode 07 - "Russian bath. Device and technical nuances" (Sori for an episode without ending (about 5-7 seconds) - lohan - did not smoke. If possible, I will replace the file)
April 29, 2010 Added episode 16 - "Strengthening the body"
May 08, 2010 Added episode 17 - "Application of products in the bath process"
May 22, 2010 Added episode 18 - "Application of products in the bath process. Continued"
May 22, 2010 Added episode 19 - "Collecting plants for use in the bath"
June 5, 2010 Added episode 20 - "Treatment of plants used in the bath process"
June 5, 2010 Added episode 21 - "Cedar Bath"
June 17, 2010 Added episode 22 - "About brooms"
June 17, 2010 Added episode 23 - "Thermal insulation of the steam room and types of sauna stoves"
July 22, 2010 Added episode 02 - "Finnish bath"
July 22, 2010 Added episode 24 - "Bath_complex"
July 22, 2010 Added episode 25 - "25 Visiting an associate of the Russian bath"
July 22, 2010 Added episode 26 - "SPA complex"

Year of issue: 2010
Genre: Cognitive TV series about the bath
Duration: one film (episode)

25 mins
Production: "Stream" TV company
Air: TV channel "Usadba"

Quality: SATRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: XviD
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: 1995 kbps, 720х576 (5: 4), 25,000 fps, MPEG-4 Visual (XVid) (PAL), Bits / (Pixel * Frame): 0.192
Audio: 48 kbps, 24.0 khz, MPEG Layer 3, 2 ch

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TV channel "Usadba" Building a house

Description: Sooner or later, but probably everyone thinks about building their own country house. Many are intimidated by this complex, long and laborious process. But if you have made up your mind - then this TV show is for you.
During 26 episodes, experts and specialists will acquaint you with the peculiarities of technological processes at various stages of construction - from the zero cycle to the turnkey home delivery.

Content
Episode 1 Visit to the Architect
Episode 1 Visit to the Architect
The program tells about the first stage of construction - designing a house. The architect will tell you what aspects you need to pay attention to when starting construction
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Episode 2 Geological Consultation
Episode 2 Geological Consultation
Before starting the construction of a country house, it is necessary to study the engineering and geotechnical conditions of the site - the future construction site. An expert surveyor tells about the variety and specificity of soils
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Episode 3 External Engineering Communications
Episode 3 External Engineering Communications
How to properly supply electricity, gas, water and sewerage to your future home? The expert of the program talks not only about the technical side of the matter, but also touches on the documentary side.
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Episode 4 laying the foundation
Episode 4 laying the foundation
How to choose and lay the right foundation? The expert of the program tells not only about the technical side of the matter, but also justifies the choice of one or another type of foundation - tape, pile-tape and monolithic.
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Episode 5 Wooden House Building
Episode 5 Wooden House Building
Wood is perhaps the main building material in our suburban market. An expert builder will tell you about various types of wooden houses: natural logs, calibrated beams, carriage, glued beams
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Episode 6 Stone Construction
Episode 6 Stone Construction
Stone houses are houses made of bricks or concrete blocks. The expert - associate professor of the St. Petersburg State University of Architecture and Civil Engineering tells about the advantages and disadvantages of brick or concrete
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Episode 7 Panel-frame houses
Episode 7 Panel-frame houses
New technologies in suburban construction - prefabricated panel-frame houses. What it is? The expert tells and shows what the so-called "sandwich panels" are made of, what is their advantage over wood, stone or glass.
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Episode 8 Glass Houses
Episode 8 Glass Houses
Another type of houses is glass. This is a kind of exotic in the suburban real estate market. While it is rare where you see a house with glass walls, and sometimes a roof, but gradually glass conquers its fans.
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Episode 9 Roof Construction
Episode 9 Roof Construction
When constructing a specific roof, a huge number of difficulties arise. What types of roof coverings exist? Which coating is the most durable? How to make the right roof?
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Episode 10 Glazing of Houses
Episode 10 Glazing of Houses
Some time will pass and your house will take on the outlines of the fairy tale that you dreamed of. It's time to decide which windows to choose. Home glazing is becoming the hottest topic. Types of windows, installation, installation, fittings - an episode about this and more.
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Episode 11 Exterior decoration of the house
Episode 11 Exterior decoration of the house
Wooden and glass houses rarely need external wall decoration, but when building a stone house, as a rule, you cannot do without it. What is wet and dry finishing will be shown and told by the program expert
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Episode 12 Water Supply of a Country House
Episode 12 Water Supply of a Country House
Sources of water for a country house. How to do the installation of internal water engineering networks correctly. Water quality.
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Episode 13 Sewerage of a Country House
Episode 13 Sewerage of a Country House
It is not enough to supply water to a country house, it is necessary to remove it competently. Modern waste disposal systems. Cesspool, septic tank or biological treatment plant? Installation of a discharge pipeline system in a country house. Plumbing materials. Sewerage operation.
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Episode 14 Attic
Episode 14 Attic
How to properly and efficiently use the under-roof space of a residential country house. What is an attic floor. How it is done. What is the difference between the rafter system and building materials of an attic and a simple roof. What is a roofing insulation cake for?
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Episode 15 Heating a Country House
Episode 15 Heating a Country House
Types of country house heating, installation systems, materials.
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Episode 16 Electricity in a Country House
Episode 16 Electricity in a Country House
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Episode 17 Garage Doors
Episode 17 Garage Doors
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Episode 18 Ventilation in a Country House
Episode 18 Ventilation in a Country House
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Episode 19 Stationary Vacuum Cleaner
Episode 19 Stationary Vacuum Cleaner
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Episode 20 Autonomous gas supply
Episode 20 Autonomous gas supply
Episode 21 Interior decoration. Walls
Episode 22 Interior decoration. Floors
Episode 23 Stoves and fireplaces
Episode 24 Chimney Systems

Year of issue: 2010
Genre: Cognitive TV series about construction
Duration: one film (episode)

25 mins
Production: "Stream" TV company
Air: TV channel "Usadba"

Quality: SATRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: XviD
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: 1995 kbps, 720х576 (5: 4), 25,000 fps, MPEG-4 Visual (XVid) (PAL), Bits / (Pixel * Frame): 0.192
Audio: 48 kbps, 24.0 khz, MPEG Layer 3, 2 ch
Single file size (episode)

Description: Program "Harvest" on TV "Usadba". It tells about the protection and cultivation of garden plants in the backyard, as well as about beekeeping, etc.

Year of issue: 2009
Country Russia
Russian language
Genre: Gardening
Duration: series by

Aquarium fish farming

Growing pepper in a greenhouse

Plant protection - fertilizers, medicines

Plant protection from weeds and pests

Apiary - late spring - early summer

Apiary - end of July - main honey collection

Apiary - organization, where to start

Quality: TVRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: DivX
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: DivX 5 644x476 25.00fps
Bitrate: 1100 kbps, Qf: 0.144
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps

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TV Manor. Planter. (home breeding of animals)

Description: Program "Planter" on TV "Usadba". The story is about the home breeding of animals. Entrepreneurial bias. The program is modern, figures and facts to date. (across Russia). Each program is very interesting and informative. Cast - ordinary people + voiceover.
The episodes will be added as they appear on the channel. Perhaps not one series will be added, but 2-3 or 4 at once.
The content of the series can be seen in the previews. The TV channel itself does not name the series, but only numbers, the same is true here, plus the main theme of the program is added to the number.

Year of issue: 2008
Country Russia
Russian language
Genre: Animal husbandry, entrepreneurship
Duration: series of 25 minutes

Episode 15. Private farm

Episode 17. Family farm

Episode 19. Rabbits and Doves

March 13, 2009 - Episode 9 added.

March 28, 2009 - Episodes 10 and 11 have been added.

April 22, 2009 - Episode 12, 14, 15 has been added.

May 13, 2009 - Episodes 16, 17, 18 have been added.

July 11, 2009 - Episode 19, 20, 22 has been added.

Quality: TVRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: DivX
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: DivX 5 644x476 25.00fps
Bitrate: 1100 kbps, Qf: 0.144
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps

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TV Manor. Master.

Description: Description: Program "Boss" on TV "Usadba". The story is about the strong people of our country who decided to change their lives by working on their site and getting pleasure and income from it.

Year of issue: 2009
Country Russia
Russian language
Genre: Gardening, Home, Improvement
Duration: series by

Slope house, problems, solutions

Slope house, problems, solutions

Living in a private house in the suburbs

Living in a private house in the suburbs

Life outside the city, where to start

The origin and development of farming in Russia

Farm in the Rostov region

Flowers and landscaping on the site

House under alarm and video surveillance

Quality: TVRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: DivX
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: DivX 5 644x476 25.00fps
Bitrate: 1100 kbps, Qf: 0.144
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps

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TV Manor. Landscape design

Description: Landscaping.
The culture of landscape design is developing more and more every day. New design ideas are demonstrated at exhibitions, construction companies offer a huge range of building materials for every taste, and nurseries are striving to acquire more and more new and interesting varieties? and plant species. This can be explained by the growing demand of people to have a well-organized place for both leisure and work. Anyone is pleased to live in a beautiful place and enjoy nature.
This program from the Usadba channel tells all about landscape design.

Year of issue: 2009
Country Russia
Russian language
Genre: Gardening, design
Duration: series by

Landscaping. Gazebos

Landscaping. Playgrounds on the site

Landscaping. Garden on 6 acres - flower beds

Landscaping. Japanese garden

Landscaping. Design

Landscaping. Automatic watering of plants

Quality: TVRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: DivX
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: DivX 5 644x476 25.00fps
Bitrate: 1100 kbps, Qf: 0.144
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps

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TV Manor. Compound. (backyard animal breeding)

Description: Program "Compound" on TV "Usadba". It tells about the backyard breeding of animals. The program is modern, figures and facts to date. (across Russia). Each program is very interesting and informative. Cast - ordinary people + voiceover.
The episodes will be added as they appear on the channel. Perhaps not one episode will be added, but 2-3 or 4. In winter on TV "Usadba" there will be a break with the broadcast of this line of programs, we will wait for the resumption of broadcasting by the spring / summer.
The content of the series can be seen in the previews. The TV channel itself does not name the series, but only numbers, the same is true here, plus the main theme of the program is added to the number.

Quality: TVRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: DivX
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: DivX 5 644x476 25.00fps
Bitrate: 1100 kbps, Qf: 0.144
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps

Description:
The assembly included the created DVDrip from disks, from the cycle of Far Eastern TV programs about summer residents and their household plots. The owners share their experience, knowledge of growing and caring for their crops and plantings!
They acquaint us with recipes, subtleties and skills of gardening.

Year of issue: 2008-2009
Country Russia
Genre: Household farming
Duration: total 365 min.
Translation: Not required
Russian subtitles: no
Director: Far East TV (Khabarovsk)
Cast: TV show host Mikhail Zavarukhin

1.
May 30, 2008
Ella Astafieva's peppers and eggplants
Crocuses, tulips, daffodils
Galina Kritskaya
20 minutes.
2.
Spring work in the Garden:
B. Tkachenko
Pruning trees
Trapping belts
Fruit belts
Modification of boles
Spraying
Strawberry care
Seedling E. Astafieva
Soil preparation
Seedling picking
Blackfoot fight
Seedling preparation and watering
59 minutes
3.
Collection of varieties of Strawberries of the Moiseev family
Vegetable garden and garden of L.S. Nepshekueva
Strawberry and honeysuckle jam A.S. Starchenko
70 minutes
4.
Planting L.T. Shenkorenko
Planting Japanese garlic V. I. Tretyak
Sowing carrots with the English method in starch gel
19 minutes
5.
Bosovs
January 10, 2009
21 minutes
6.
Potatoes:
Planting method, varieties, medicinal properties and interesting ideas of gardeners "Garden Art" and Mikhail Zavarukhin
November 22, 2008
30 minutes.
7.
Meeting of grape lovers with the candidate of agricultural sciences V.V. Logachev
58 minutes
8.
1. Grape varieties
2. Recipe for grape wine from V.V. Logacheva
50 minutes
9.
Celery and other vegetables by Ella Astafieva
Features of garlic care Vera Tretiak
Daylilies Anatoly Shabalin
18 minutes
10.
December 20, 2008
Results of the summer cottage season.
Club "Green World" and "Lukoshko"
How the shallots grew.
Tatiana Ezhikova
Japanese garlic. Vera Tretiak
Celery. Ella Astafieva
20 minutes.

Add. Information: As the material arrives, I will rip and supplement.
The covers are unfortunately black and white on a simple page, so I had to take an introductory shot.
Quality: DVDRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: XviD
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: XVID 720x576 25.00fps 1500Kbp
Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 192Kbps


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Organic Popov Vineyard

Country Ukraine
Subject: Documentary, educational
Distribution Type: Video Tutorial
Duration: 02:25:00
Year of issue: 2007
Russian language
Translation: Not required
Director: Organic Farming Club
Cast: Popov, Tkachenko, Lysenko
Description: Vintner Popov shares his rare experience in growing grapes without chemicals and mineral fertilizers. He himself uses and recommends only proven new resistant varieties. She clearly and methodically explains the features of their reproduction, planting and transplantation, care, formation and much more.

Quality: DVD5 (compressed)
Format: DVD video
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio codec: AC3
Video: PAL 16: 9 (720x576) VBR
Audio: Russian (Dolby AC3, 2 ch, 224Kbps)

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Garden favorites - bulbous plants

Year of issue: 1999
Country Russia
Genre: Educational video
Duration: 52 min
Description: Favorites of the garden - an issue dedicated to floriculture.

Quality: VHSRip
Format: MPEG
Video Codec: MPEG2
Audio Codec: AAC
Video: PAL 4: 3 (720x576) 6.0 mbps
Audio: Dolby AC3, 2 ch, 224 kbps

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GRAPE. LANDING, CARE, SHELTER.

Description: Filming of the vineyard Ogiy Anatoly Nikolaevich, a winegrower from the Dnepropetrovsk region. Anatoly Nikolayevich talks about all the operations with grapes, from planting to shelter.

Year of issue: 2007
Country Ukraine
Genre: educational
Duration: 103 min
Russian language

1. Directories - 1.5 mb - 28 sec
2. Photo varieties - 5 mb - 2 min
3. Shelter of grapes - 87 mb - 8 min
4. Cropping part 1 - 231 mb - 21 min
5. Cropping part 2 - 297 mb - 27 min
6. Landing guide - 711 mb - 40 min
7. Protection against frost - 94 mb - 9 min

Quality: DVDRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: XviD
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: 640x480, 25 fps, 1.3 Mbps
Audio: Stereo, 48 KHz, 128 Kbps

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Green grape grafting

Country Russia
Subject: Instructional video
Distribution Type: Video Tutorial
Length: 01:41:47
Year of issue: 2007
Russian language
Translation: Not required
Description: Video tutorial on grafting grapes

Quality: DVDRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: XviD
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: 640x480 (1.33: 1), 25 fps, XviD build 50

1691 kbps avg, 0.22 bit / pixel
Audio: 48 kHz, Microsoft MPEG, 2 ch,

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Grapes grow in siberia. (Video tutorials on caring for grapes)

Year of issue: 2005
Country Russia
Genre: Video courses
Duration: 1 - 1:19:15 2_1 - 09:21 2_2 - 34:58 2_3 - 18:00 3 - 1:10:39 4_1 - 15:50 4_2 - 22:27 4_3 - 07:20 4_4 - 09: 41
Description: A visual video guide for Siberian winegrowers.
Here planting, pruning, and pest control.
Filming took place in the vineyards of L. Slepko and T. Yashchenko.

The film consists of 4 DVD discs
when compressing, it was decided to divide 2 and 4 disks into chapters, since it was possible to select these chapters with the least time costs
Discs 1 and 3 are ripped "as is".
Quality: DVDRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: DivX
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: DivX 6.6.1 544x400 25.00fps 1799Kbps
Audio: MP3 48000Hz stereo 128Kbps

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Grapes in Siberia for beginners

Description: Grapes are a favorite culture of many peoples of the world. We have grown it for a long time in the southern regions. However, in the second half of the 20th century, thanks to the efforts of amateur gardeners, grapes began to be grown in Siberia. Many growers collect 8 to 15 kilograms of berries from the bush. This video was created by the Radiance Center for Natural Agriculture to help budding gardeners decide to start growing grapes in their garden plots.

Year of issue: 2008
Country Russia
Genre: popular science
Duration: 1:07:34
Translation: Not required
Director: Ivantsov D.V.

Quality: DVDRip
Format: AVI
Video Codec: DivX
Audio Codec: MP3
Video: DivX 720x416 25000 fps 1340Kbps 16/9
Audio: MP3 Stereo 48000 Hz VBR


How to peel

The kernels are enclosed in a hard shell, the strength of which depends on the type of almond. In paper varieties, the shell is thin and fragile, it breaks with your fingers, it is not difficult to peel such almonds.

Thin shells of paper-grade almonds break with your fingers

For nuts with thicker and stronger shells, more effort is required.

Special tools will be needed to peel almonds in a firmly shell.

How to split almond shells at home

Advice! When splitting, place the nut so that the applied force falls on the edge. Then the flaps will open from the impact and the core will remain intact.

If you have to do nut cracking often, it makes sense to purchase a nutcracker. It can be a portable forceps-like model or a solid device based on the action of a lever. The nut is placed in a special socket or recess, then the handle is pressed.

After that, it remains only to free the kernel from the shell fragments.

Several varieties of nutcracker - gallery

Due to the design features of this nutcracker model, squeezing occurs from the sides of the nut

The longer the nutcracker lever, the less effort is required to operate

To crack several nuts, it is enough to have a portable walnut cracker with a small lever

Nutcracker in the form of tongs works due to the strength of the pussy of the hand

The simplest wood nutcracker is easy to make yourself. It does not require much effort, and it will work just as well as the factory one.

How to make a nutcracker with your own hands - video

Not every home has a nutcracker. If you need to split several fruits, a hammer will come to the rescue.

A regular hammer can be used to split almonds

For this purpose, both an ordinary steel hammer and a wooden one are used.

When using a wooden hammer to split almonds, it is easier to calculate the impact force and not damage the kernel

When chopping with a hammer, it is better to wrap the fruit in a towel so that the shell does not fly apart.

In principle, a manual nutcracker is similar to pliers. They can also be used for nut cracking. Place a nut between the lips of the tool and squeeze the handles - the shell will crack.

How to split apricot pits with pliers, see this video

It is easy to split almonds in the same way.

Another handy tool for splitting almonds is a garlic press. Insert the nut into the garlic well and squeeze the handles. The disadvantage of this method is the inability to control the position of the nut, which is why the kernel will not always remain intact.

Some devices have teeth between the handles, you can place a nut between them.

A garlic press is suitable for cracking nuts.

Use steel appliances, aluminum ones are not designed for such a load and will quickly break.

It is interesting! The almond plant belongs to the genus plum, and what we used to call a nut is not. This is the kernel of the bone of the inedible fruit.

The almonds, freed from the shell, are covered with skin. It is edible, although it tastes bitter. But it happens that the kernels need to be peeled, for example, for baking or making marzipan. There are several ways to do this.

Peeling almonds

The most obvious way is with a knife.

Method 1 - with a knife

We scrape each core with a knife until it is completely clean. The method is unproductive, requires a lot of time and effort; part of the kernel is peeled off along with the skin. Only suitable for cleaning multiple kernels.

Method 2 - soaking

The kernels are filled with cold water and left overnight.

Pour cold water over the almonds and leave to soak overnight.

During this time, the peel will get wet and it will be easy to separate it from the kernels. To do this, it is enough to press on both sides with the thumb and forefinger and the core will slide out of the shell. If it doesn’t give way, pry it off the sharp end of the kernel with your fingernail and pull. After that, repeat the pressure, the core will slide out.

The method is effective, but it takes a long time to soak. Suitable if this ingredient of the future dish is required the next day.

Method 3 - blanching

A quick and effective way to peel a large number of nuts. Prepare everything you need before proceeding.

  • heat resistant bowl
  • kettle with boiling water
  • slotted spoon or colander
  • shallow plate or dish
  • bowl for peeled kernels
  • container for husks.
  • Place the almonds in a heat-resistant bowl and cover with boiling water. Leave it on for 10 minutes.

    Pour boiling water over the almonds and leave for 10 minutes or boil for 1 minute Peel the almonds Drain the water from the nuts or drain into a colander

    If there is no time at all, boil the nuts for 1 minute on the stove, or place in the microwave for 2 minutes at maximum power. Drain off hot water and add cold water. Leave for 5 minutes.

    Drain or drain the nuts in a colander

    Repeat steps 1 and 2 if necessary if the skin does not come off well.

    Place the nucleoli on a serving dish.

    Use a paper towel to remove excess water from the nuts.

    Then proceed as in the soaking method - squeeze the kernel from both sides with your thumb and forefinger, it will easily slide out of the rind.

    Brush by pressing on the thick end of the kernel with your fingers

    Bathing almonds in cold water is optional. It is enough to take it out of hot water onto a dish and let it cool slightly, and then clean it.

    How to quickly peel almonds - video

    Use a towel to speed up the process.

    Method 4 - with a towel

    Use a towel to quickly peel almonds

    Process the remaining unpeeled nuts one at a time.

    Peeled kernels, white or slightly creamy

    In this way, many nuts are peeled at a time. Its disadvantage is that not all kernels will be preserved intact and the remaining uncleaned ones will have to be processed one at a time. And then the towel is unlikely to be washed clean.

    Testing different ways to peel almonds - video

    Replacing the towel with a plastic bag simplifies the process.

    Method 5 - with a package

    After peeling with soaking or blanching, the almonds are rinsed with cold water to prevent the kernels from darkening. Then it is dried in the oven at a temperature of 60-80 degrees for about an hour. Soaked ones take longer to dry than blanched ones.

    The dried fruits are fried or used raw, depending on the recipe.

    Reference. Distinguish between bitter and sweet almonds. Only sweet is consumed, bitter contains toxic substances, it is considered technical and is used for the production of medicines and other purposes after special processing. Bitter almonds are dangerous to your health!

    Both raw and roasted almonds are cleaned using the above methods. Fried after cleaning should be used immediately.

    Despite their high cost, almonds are popular for their nutritional and healing properties and excellent taste. It improves brain function, digestion, metabolism, hair, nails and skin. Especially useful for pregnant women. By learning how to properly store and peel almonds, you will add sophistication to your culinary masterpieces and enjoy the pure taste of the royal nut without admixture of bitterness.


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