Container Gardening

GROWING WATERMELON [IN CONTAINERS]

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As summer is on its way to fry us out all our allies will come to our mind in due of course. A bit to military, Isn’t it? However, we have to admit we do not even remember the things that help us throughout the summer until the harsh star hit us with heat. This […]

Container Gardening

Basics of Container Gardening

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Container gardening is on the bloom now people feel it flexible Other than that both people with land space and who don’t have space can grow in container. For people with land space it provides more space to grow and for people with no land space it gives an opportunity to grow. Despite this you […]

Gardening

Growing Potatoes(Part -2)

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LOCATION When growing your own potatoes choose an open position in full sun. Use a well-draining and fertile soil. Avoid soil where potatoes have grown for two years continuously as this will increase the risk of disease. More alkaline soil is preferable while growing potatoes. SEED POTATOES Keep the potatoes in cool light place to […]

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GROWING POTATOES (Part-1)

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Types of potatoes One of the easiest root crops to grow is potatoes. Plus, they’re fun to grow and a small area can provide a nice yield of this tasty vegetable. Early spring is the best time to plant them. So here are a few hints on how to grow potatoes in the garden in […]

How to Grow?

Proper Way to Plant A Tree

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Once you understand the science of planting trees, you’ll have your own in no time. Digging a wide planting hole is the key to fast growth of your new tree. Recommendations often specify a hole twice as wide as the root ball; three times as wide is even better. To prevent settling, the depth should be no […]

Herbs

GROWING MINT (Part-1)

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BOTANICAL NAME : Mentha arvensis (field mint (पुदीना/ Pudina,”Podina” in Hindi). It’s fragrant, fast-growing, green, and compliments fruits, vegetables and meats. It’s also its own ice cream flavor. So what’s not to love about mint? If you’ve ever grown the herb, you know where we going with this, but if you haven’t and are interested: read on for […]