Posts Tagged ‘Conditions’

How Do You Grow Your Fruit So Big? Recipes from the Garden and other Q & A

John from answers your gardening questions including: 1. Do you have any suggestions on edibles that can grow in poor light conditions? 2. How do you grow your pepino melon so big? 3. Would you consider doing a video on how you use the food fresh from your garden? Here is the playlist to watch to see how I prepare the food I grow:

Organic Gardening – Soil Conditions For Growing Tomatoes Organic indoor gardening is not hard as what you think. Even if you’re in a limited space, living in apartments or no vacant lot in your dwellings, you can still establish your indoor garden. If your house have lots of windows and there is an available sunlight at least 5 -6 hours a day or even without sunlight as long as you’ve a fluorescent bulb around you don’t have to worry growing your plants, electric bulbs are also an energy source. Now a days, it’s not hard to establish your organic indoor garden, because there are available supply of containers, some sources from your waste plastic containers, tin cans, foam, spare tires, and any materials you can use. Most vegetables and herbs can be grown with these containers mentioned. There are plants that are small and some are big. You can match your plants with the size of the container, large plants needs s bigger container, while smaller ones in a small container. http Regarding your supply for soil mix or soil medium, there are available supply in your garden stores. Just inquire from your local agriculture extension agent where to get these materials to purchased. There are also some prepared soil medium available with the complete soil nutrients needed by the plants growth from planting to harvesting. So, you don’t have to worry anymore regarding the plant nutrition requirements. Each plant you decide to grow have each a specific soil nutrient needs, and this you should always ask for

The plants have been growing but haven’t been growing very large. Please keep in mind this is my first time doing this so I’m really learningg a lot to prepare myself for next year. There are some things I will not do next year and one of those will include putting a zucchini in a pot. More will go directly in the ground. I think I’ll build a box for next year. Anyway, enjoy! Hopefully some of the items I’ve found will help others and if you have any suggests please feel free to share them. Thanks!

Las Vegas Summer Vegetable Garden – How to Grow Food in Extreme Conditions

John from shows you what you can grow in the summer heat in Las Vegas where the temperatures exceed 100 degrees. He visits the Spring Preserve’s Vegetable Garden that is planted out by the Master Gardeners to survive in the Desert Heat.
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