Strawberry Crowns and New Growth
After a long, cold winter, strawberry plants grown in containers could look very bleak and even even worse…look dead. In addition to this being a...More1135 0
After a long, cold winter, strawberry plants grown in containers could look very bleak and even even worse…look dead. In addition to this being a...Morekelchuk 1135 0
We can place them in Jiffy pots, or better yet, place them in moist 72-cell plant inserts using a medium like the following. 3 parts...Morekelchuk 1013 0
Although marigolds can be grown in stacked pots in a vertical garden, a better place for them is at the bottom pot which collects leftover...Morekelchuk 1611 0
Although starting 1100 seedlings in 8 square feet may sound appealing, it will come with a little investment. For starters, we will need shelving, lights,...Morekelchuk 1040 0
Slugs and snails can easily get trapped in our lettuce leaves, thus, surprising us with their whereabouts. About Slugs and Snails They will eat holes...Morekelchuk 1229 0
One of the great benefits of hydroponic food production is that we can start with the ideal system that suits our needs and expand or...Morekelchuk 1853 0
As I continue to sit and write posts about gardening, and in particular hydroponic food growing, this particular post titled ‘Backyard Hydroponics’ really sums up...Morekelchuk 1503 0
Dehydrators rank among the top of the list for gardeners and farmers who have abundant harvests of fruits and veggies which preserve well with dehydration....Morekelchuk 791 0
For general hydroponics, we can use 2-5 gallon pots, grow almost any vegetable plants we desire and feed in a range of 800ppm – 1300ppm....Morekelchuk 1509 0
Growing zuccini with vertical gardening is simple. In our garden, we stack 5 pots over a height of 2 feet from the ground. The zuccini...Morekelchuk 1621 0
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