Gooseberries are found in almost every summer cottage. After planting, after two years, it begins to bear fruit and the number of crops increases every year.
When choosing a variety, one should focus on the climatic conditions of the region. Each variety of gooseberry has a different ripening time, yield, shape, taste and color of the berries. There are varieties without thorns.
To get a good harvest, you need to follow the rules and recommendations for planting and caring for the crop. Without proper attention, berries become small and sour. The heading contains articles with detailed instructions on where to plant it, how to prepare the soil, which neighbors to choose.
Leaving culture is necessary from early spring to late autumn. It is necessary to apply fertilizers, mulch the soil, remove weeds, form a bush and treat it from infections and pests. Young seedlings must be sheltered from winter frosts.