Catherine Berry Nitrile touch gardening gloves are excellent for durability. Ideal for planting, pricking out, weeding and any jobs that require dexterity, these gloves are breathable and washable.
because carrot seeds are tiny, they need to be sown shallowly. The trick is to keep the top-most layer of soil damp during the long germination period. Water deeply prior to planting. Direct sow the tiny seeds 5mm (¼”) deep, 4 seeds per 2cm (1″), and firm soil lightly after seeding. 10 Sep 2014. Use the Catherine Berry Nitrile touch gloves whilst performing this task, so that your hands remain clean and safe.
Carrots grow best in warm deep soil that needs to be above 5 Degrees with the air temperature 16-21 Degrees. Feed weekly with general liquid fertiliser from four weeks after germination occurs.
If in clay soil, prepare the ground with a strong fork. When digging, use bags of grit and compost, to make life easier for roots and water by breaking up lumps. If you are anti -dig- then go no dig and lay compost generously over the soil surface. The soil will get more manageable over time. If the soil is soaking wet, then sort out the drainage first, through soakaways or pipework.
Catherine Berry Nitrile touch gardening gloves are ideal for planting seeds, as they are very dextrous yet very tough too. The gloves are washable, which is important when working with soil and compost etc. The other task for which these gloves are particularly suitable for is weeding. Because they are abrasion resistant and thin, they allow you to feel the weeds you are extracting, without going to holes quickly. The breathable back allows the wearer to keep them on for longer periods of time. Why not also look at the Catherine Berry light grip gloves as well. These will compliment the Catherine Berry Nitrile touch gloves perfectly.
|Colour||Blue, Green, Pink|
|Size||Large, Medium, Small, XLarge, XSmall|
|Material||Nitrile, Nylon Back|
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