Lunar sowing calendar for August 2022 for the gardener, vegetable grower and florist
In August, almost all the time is spent on harvesting and processing crops. But we shouldn’t forget about garden plants, they still need our help. In addition, you can sow or plant many vegetable crops in August 2022. We recommend you stick to the Lunar Sowing Calendar!
Moon Phases for August 2022
The Moon is our planet’s only natural satellite. It makes a complete revolution around the Earth in 28 days. It either approaches it and then moves away. And depending on its distance and phases, its influence on living organisms on Earth changes.
The new moon or first lunar day. The most uncomfortable time to manipulate plants. The second and twentieth lunar day have the same characteristics. That is, the day before the new moon and the day after.
Moon rising. The Moon’s thin crescent moon increases, attracting energy. As a result, sap movement from the root system to the aerial part increases. This is the most fertile period for planting plants that we need the “tops” from. Greens, vegetables, fruits, flowering plants and ornamental shrubs. The calendar suggests: all manipulation, planting and transplanting, hedges and cuttings can be done.
Full Moon. Planting and transplanting plants is forbidden on this day. It is better to treat for weeds, treat for pests and diseases. Optimal time to fertilize, because after the new moon begins root activity.
Fool Moon. At this time, all energy and juices rush to the roots. Which, filled with energy, actively grow and absorb nutrient solutions from the soil. This is the optimal time for planting, transplanting and all manipulations with tubers, bulbs and root crops.
Regards! During the days of the new moon and full moon, it is better not to manipulate plants, not to sow and plant, because the root system’s rooting ability will be reduced.
The influence of the zodiac signs on plants
The lunar calendar of the gardener, gardener and florist for August 2022 takes into account two main factors affecting the development of plants: the position of the moon in the zodiac signs and the phase of the moon (rising / waning). The signs of the zodiac have more influence than the phase of the moon. Therefore, under the fertile signs of Scorpio, Pisces, Taurus, Cancer you can safely plant almost all plants, but under the irreconcilable Aquarius, Leo, Aries it is not recommended to plant anything on either the rising or waning Moon.
The most favorable days for planting root crops will be when the waning Moon is under the fertile signs of the zodiac, and for plants growing above the ground – when the rising Moon passes under the fertile signs.
August 2022 gardening, horticulture and floriculture calendar
1️⃣ From the second half of August to the second half of September is the best time to start strawberry plantations. If the plantation is planted in August, you need to see if the hearts of plants are covered with soil. In this case, you need to make a peg so that the cores are at ground level. 2️⃣ It is good to plant and transplant trees and all plants. 3️⃣ Cucumbers, tomatoes, peppers, eggplants and other vegetables can be sown in greenhouses. It is cheap to fertilize with organic fertilizer.
CALENDAR FOR EACH DAY OF AUGUST 2022
♏ SCORPION – fertile zodiac sign (days of leaves) The lunar sowing calendar of these days recommends:
♑ CAPRICORN – medium fertile zodiac sign (root days) The Lunar Sowing Calendar of these days recommends:
♉ Taurus – high-yielding, fertile zodiac sign (root days) The Lunar Sowing Calendar recommends:
♋ Cancer is the most prolific sign of the zodiac (days of leaves) Today’s lunar gardening calendar recommends:
✅ Good planting days in August 2022.
|cucumbers||2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 30, 31|
|eggplant, pepper||5, 6, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24|
|Onions||1, 2, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 18, 23, 24|
|tomatoes||5, 6, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24|
|cabbage||2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24|
|Root vegetables (carrots, turnips, turnips, radishes, radishes, celery, etc.)||5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24|
|Leafy greens (lettuce, dill, parsley, fennel, cilantro, spinach, basil, cumin, mustard, chard, etc.)||5, 6, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24|
|wild strawberry||1, 2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31|
✅ Favourable days for sowing and planting in August 2022
|annual flowers||1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 13, 14, 22, 23, 24, 29, 30, 31|
|Biennial and perennial flowers||2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 22, 23, 24, 30, 31|
|Bulb and bulb flowers||2, 3, 4, 9, 10, 13, 14, 17, 18, 19, 30, 31|
|indoor plants||1, 2, 3, 4, 11, 30, 31|
The worst days of August 2022
It is categorically forbidden to sow seeds, plant vegetables, berries, shrubs and fruit trees on the day of the full moon on August 12, it is also not recommended to do so on August 26, 27 and 28.
Unfavorable days of sowing and planting in August 2022: 12, 26, 27, 28
Attention! The tables indicate the most favorable days for planting and sowing, but this by no means means means that on other days it is impossible to plant. Only on forbidden (unfavorable) days you should not plant anything.
Video: what and when to plant in August
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Video: Gardening in August
Useful tips and advice for gardening in August.
Gardening and advice
The main fruit and vegetable crop ripens in August. People gather berries and fruits: gooseberries, buckthorn, red and black currants, raspberries, cherries, plums, apples. Gradually begin to collect vegetables: onions, garlic, early cabbage, tomatoes, cucumbers, potatoes.
In August, gardeners need to:
- Treat plants against various diseases and pests.
- On trees and shrubs, fruit buds are formed.
- Prune strawberry bushes, loosen and water the soil around the bushes
- Cut off last year’s branches from raspberry bushes, and cut off the tops of young branches.
- All watering and feeding is combined with treatment against various pests and diseases.
In late August, the soil becomes cold, all the nutrients go to the roots, so the leaves turn yellow and fall off. To keep the leaves green, it is necessary to carry out feedings with complex water-soluble fertilizers. Spraying should be done on a cloudy and windless day and in such a way that it does not rain for at least three hours after spraying.
Tomatoes are affected by phytophthora and fruit rot. In August, you can not use different chemicals to combat these diseases, so we take 10 ml of iodine per 10 liters of water and spray, also use a biological preparation Fitosporin, dilute it according to instructions. We spray every 10 days. Tomatoes themselves (i.e. fruits) are sprayed with calcium chloride (you must dilute 200 ml per 2 liters of water). When treating with this solution, in addition to the fruits, it is necessary to spray the stalk as well.
Rake off the soil from the onion, leaving only the roots in the soil. With the help of the biological drug Fitosporin, we protect cucumbers from diseases such as bacteriosis and anthracnose. Peppers develop stem rot. Against this infection, we moisten a cloth with a fairly strong solution of potassium permanganate, wipe the affected areas with the rot, and then sprinkle them with ash. With cabbage, first rake away the soil, and then water the cabbage and potatoes with brine. Cabbage should be watered with a solution of calcium nitrate or lime milk every 15 days. This is done to prevent scab.
At the end of August (25 or 26 August), plant garlic for the winter. Garlic cloves are planted in the ground to a depth of 15 cm. Put 1 grain of AVA fertilizer and 1 spoonful of sand into the hole, and then bury with soil.
After the early vegetables are removed, plant fast-growing plants in the vacated space: radish, radish, radish, lettuce, and the like. If you do not plan to plant anything, at least plant green manure: mustard, rye, etc.
In August, thin out the carrots and beets. I protect beets from fleas by covering them with fleece or sprinkling ash.
In potatoes, 14 days before digging, cut off the tops and weed the furrows.
Tomato seeds are harvested, separated from the pulp, ferment together with the pulp, then the seeds float, they are collected, dried and stored.
Gardener and gardener’s omen for August
Signs that people have observed and perceived over the years, made sure they are true and passed on their knowledge to posterity will help them better understand nature.
Garden Calendar for August
August is the last month of summer, when it’s harvest time and the gradual preparation of the dacha for fall and winter. It’s a time to gauge the expectations and results of spring and late summer gardening. At the same time, August is not only a time of enjoyable chores and preparation for the winter, but also one of the busiest months – treating plants for parasites, harvesting crops, sowing green manure, and more. The Gardener’s Calendar for August will help you navigate and plan all of your work.
Gardening and Seasonal Activities for August.
Main activities for August.
Most gardeners have a personal plot usually divided into two areas – the garden and the vegetable garden. Some also have a flower bed, but gardeners prefer to plant several beds, not bothering to create a specific color zone. And the work in the personal business can be conditionally divided into two categories – in the garden and in the vegetable garden. They often overlap with each other, but there are still certain differences that depend on the type or variety of crop.
Gardening in August
Work in the garden
A garden is a place where various fruit trees and berry bushes are usually planted. They are slightly removed from the main garden plots, because they shade the area, which negatively affects other plants – root crops, greens, tomatoes, cucumbers and others. What gardening chores are done in August?
Gardening and gardening in August
It is worth continuing the standard care of trees and shrubs – regular watering and loosening the soil around the trunks, especially in early August, while the weather is still hot and sunny. Watering and feeding are also very important so that the trees that are already lined up will begin to form buds for the next year.
Standard tree and shrub care continues in August
Strawberries, gooseberries and currants, and other berry plants need top dressing. Apply phosphorus-potassium fertilizers (10 g of a substance containing the necessary elements, dissolve well in a bucket of water and water the autumn varieties of berries). When applying fertilizer “Blattway”, plants are treated once a week. Such treatments help plants to form buds faster.
Be sure to remove fallen fruits and berries from the soil under the plantings – other plants can be attacked by moths. To prevent the plantings can be treated against this pest and chemicals, but only at the beginning of the month, while the fruits are not yet ready for harvesting.
Fallen fruits should be removed in a timely manner
And in abundant fruit-bearing trees, the branches are tied up or multiplied, covering them with fruit, so that they do not break under the weight of berries and apples. This is especially true for plums, apple trees and other large plants.
Support for trees – view
Respectfully! Try to combine watering and loosening with the treatment of crops against pests and diseases. But remember that if you plan to harvest from it, it is undesirable to spray the fruit tree with chemicals.
In August, usually conduct pruning of bushes of raspberries, cherries, cherries and plums. In raspberries, flattened branches and the remains of the tops are removed if they have been affected by pests and wilted. It is best to burn such branches.
Three methods of pruning raspberries
Prices for superphosphate
parasites in the garden
The end of August is also the time to combat parasites in the garden, as these procedures are most convenient to carry out after the harvest. If silkworm clutches were found on the branches of woody plants, they are removed and destroyed. The bulbs are also burned.
Silkworm clutches on a tree trunk
Caterpillars from hawthorn trees
In early August, the mites gain activity, which is helped by a solution of colloidal sulfur at the rate of 90 g per 10-liter bucket of water. You can also use keltane (20 g). To cope with steam will help polycarbacin at the rate of 6 g per 10 liters of water or any other preparation.
Parch on the apple tree
Scabies dew is another plant disease that can cause you serious damage. Against them, “Skor” or “Fundazol”, diluted according to the instructions, helps well. But you still have to cut down the plants affected by the disease.
Birds can also harm the crop – they like to change the delicious berries. A net wrap around bushes and trees or rustling tapes of foil on branches can help scare them away.
Protecting trees from scab
Cherry trees and other plants affected by the pest invasion are treated against sawfly with Carbophos. In the presence of sawfly on gooseberries, treatment with soap zero helps.
Respectfully! After harvesting, you can treat all plantings with “Karbofos” – it is an excellent preparation for sawdust.
Treatment of plants with Bordeaux liquid has also proven itself well.
Work in the garden
Traditionally, a vegetable garden is considered a plot on which beds are formed, tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, potatoes and other vegetable crops are grown. August is the time to harvest all the already formed and ripe fruits.
August is the time to harvest all already matured and ripe fruits
Caution. Avoid overripe vegetables and harvest them regularly. Overripe vegetables lose their taste. In addition, harvested vegetables give the plant time to form new fruits and have time to give them some tomatoes. Fruits can be harvested only if you plan to get seeds from them.
Fruits of cucumbers on bushes
It is important to harvest garlic and onions in time (usually in mid to late August). If this is not done, the bulbs may sprout and the garlic may fall off. Harvest when the greens turn yellowish in color.
In mid to late August (depending on the region), the potatoes begin to be gradually dug up. They are removed from the ground, dried a little, and put away in the cellar, where they are stored for the winter. At the end of August, carrots and beets are also harvested.
From the middle of the month, you can start harvesting potatoes.
In August, you can still have time to grow fast-growing greens. You can get plenty of lettuce, dill, spinach and plants that are dried for spices in the fall. If the bed is vacant and nothing will be planted until next year, it is advisable to sow plants on it that must be chopped and dug up in the fall. You will get a layer of natural fertilizer. Peas, mustard can serve as siderates. In the second decade of August, winter garlic is also planted.
Planting table for vegetables.
In August, melons are already fruiting, in which the female flowers are cut off and shot behind the fifth leaf. This happens in such a way that the plant concentrates on fruits that are already well ripe and does not waste energy on others.
Pumpkin in the garden.
In mid-August, white cabbage is fertilized with mineral fertilizers.
Feeding white cabbage in August
Respectfully! In August, continue to water, weed and loosen beds and greenhouses. Do not forget about the oppression. Water every 6-8 days, then dissolve the soil or mulch. But do not be overzealous with tomatoes.
Tomatoes, peppers and eggplants will be grateful if at the beginning of the month to fertilize with mineral fertilizers. And immunity of all crops raise superphosphate and boric acid (30 g per 10 liters or 3 g per 10 liters of water).
Please pay attention! Do not use nitrogen fertilizers in August.
Pest control in the garden
August is the month in which grass rot attacks tomatoes. The main reasons – moisture, nighttime cold and the density of plants (bushes of this culture can greatly sprawl). To prepare for the fight against the disease, you can spray the plants with a solution of iodine or ash.
Late rot of tomatoes
Stake against parasites is carried out early in the morning, since in the heat the effect of drugs may not manifest itself. This occurs approximately in the middle of the month. And beets and radishes can be infested with flea, which plants can cope with ashes.
Common beet flea – chaetocnema concinna
August is the time to start collecting seeds of plants for the next year. For example, from tomatoes, cucumbers, eggplants, peppers, some flowering plants (marigolds, poppies, petunias, asters, marigolds). Seeds are carefully collected and packed in paper bags until the next season. Each bag should be signed so that you do not forget which seeds are in it. Seeds are usually harvested at the end of August, although it can start earlier.
How to collect tomato seeds
As a side note. After collecting, it is important to dry the seeds well from the fruit and only then pack them in bags, so they do not get moldy.
The Gardener’s Calendar
With the help of the gardener’s calendar you can easily navigate through the variety of August activities. Although the principle of the main things to do is clear, it does not hurt to refer to the table so as not to miss anything.
Table. Great garden work in August.
|I||Harvesting, watering, and weeding plants. Harvesting cucumbers every other day. Planting green manure or greens. Protecting garden trees from birds. Pruning bushes and trees. Feeding tomatoes and peppers.|
|II||Care of tomatoes, cucumbers, pumpkins. Collection and destruction of fallen fruits. Gardening plants. Removal of melons. Harvesting potatoes. Stopping watering tomatoes. Feeding colas. Harvesting apples, pears.|
|III .||Treating plants against parasites. Harvesting seeds. Harvesting potatoes. Mowing the tops of potatoes. Fertilizing perennial plants.|
Gardening Calendar for June.
Now that all the planting work is complete, it’s time to take care of the plants to get a good harvest in the fall. And here to help comes the gardener’s calendar for June, which helps to systematize and understand all the work that the gardener needs at this special time.
Do not forget about the lunar calendar. It is made in accordance with lunar cycles and shows favorable and unfavorable days for certain types of work. But if the work will be carried out on other days, then nothing bad will happen.
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Lunar gardening calendar for August 2018
Video – Work in August
August is harvest time, but we hope that you have time not only to make preparations for the winter, but also to tidy up your plot and prepare for the fall. Don’t forget to feed and care for your plants during the harvest.