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How to catch a pike. Catch a toothy predator

How to catch a pike. Catch a toothy predator

Fishing Academy I think there is no other fish for which there have been invented as many tackles and methods as for pike. In addition to the traditional set of all kinds of spinners, there are twisters, devons, vibrotails, wobblers, balancers, streamers, poppers ... In a word, everything possible is done to exterminate the pikes.

Features of growing, planting and varieties of strawberries

Features of growing, planting and varieties of strawberries

Strawberries, strawberries, look out from under the leaf! Strawberries of the Dutch variety Vima Rina Zemlyanika is one of the most widespread and popular berry crops. The ability to grow in various environmental conditions, high profitability of cultivation, ease of reproduction, early maturity and many other positive qualities of culture allowed it to spread throughout Russia, where it began to be cultivated already in the 18th century.

Indoor plants on O

Indoor plants on O

Below is a list of houseplants whose names begin with the letter O. The Wanda Orchid is a love-at-first-sight plant. Few people manage to resist and not bring home this exotic miracle with huge and fragrant flowers of various shades! You can grow vanda at home in three ways: in a substrate, special baskets and in glass vases.

Help, My Fruit Is Too High Up: Tips For Tall Tree Harvesting

Help, My Fruit Is Too High Up: Tips For Tall Tree Harvesting

By: Teo SpenglerLarge fruit trees can obviously hold many more fruits than small trees, given the size and abundance of branches. Harvesting fruit from tall trees is much more difficult though. If you are wondering how to reach high up fruit, read on. We’ll give you tips about tall tree harvesting when the luscious fruit is too high up to reach.

Sedum hirsutum (Hairy Stonecrop)

Sedum hirsutum (Hairy Stonecrop)

Scientific NameSedum hirsutum All.Common NamesHairy StonecropSynonymsSedum hirsutum subsp. hirsutum, Oreosedum hirsutum, Rosularia hirsutaScientific ClassificationFamily: CrassulaceaeSubfamily: SedoideaeTribe: SedeaeSubtribe: SedinaeGenus: SedumDescriptionSedum hirsutum is a succulent plant with dense, low clusters of Rosularia-like rosettes on upright, up to 2 inches (5 cm) tall stems.

 Great solution: 7 flowers in the garden that do not need to be watered

Great solution: 7 flowers in the garden that do not need to be watered

If it is not possible to constantly care for the garden and conduct regular watering, opt for drought-resistant plant species. Some of them tolerate drought well. Escholzia This North American visitor has long settled in the flower gardens of city parks and country gardens. Graceful inflorescences, similar to fluttering butterflies, adorn the lawns throughout the warm season.