All Of Them
The feeding of the spring - ash, the litre bank, the wet soil, the perimeter of the crown, the 1st urea bed and the 2 table spoons of the chlorine potassium (in the case of chloride feeding leaves) on 10 litres of water (at least 3-4 buckets on plant). Can be replaced by a calibre (2 table spoons). During the intense growth of bandages, micronutrients should be sprayed. In addition, another literary can of ash is needed to build a bone.
In mid-August, two table spoons of double granular superphosphate and one potassium dining spoon on 10 litres of water (at least 4 buckets) and a rotary can of ash. The litre can of ash can be replaced by one glass of dolomite. Later in the fall, after the leaves have dropped, you can put in a couple of buckets of organisms or spill faeces like apricots.