Posts Tagged ‘sprouts’

Container Gardening Season 2 – Week 3: Seedlings & Sprouts!

This week we finally see some life from our seeds and embark on a few new experiments, including growing our own sprouts. Also, thanks to buying a box of Triscuits we got some free dill seeds to plant. This is our second year attempting to grow fruits, vegetables and herbs in containers on our patio in the city. Each week we update with what’s new, good or bad, in our patio garden. This year we are growing: Basil Cherry Tomatoes Cilantro Dill Green Onions Eggplants Habanero Peppers Jalapeno Peppers Oregano Lettuce Spinach Strawberries and a random heirloom tomato plant given to us as a gift Theme music by DoKashiteru – bit.ly

How to Make Extra Money from Your Garden and Do Mushrooms Attract Bugs?

John from www.growingyourgreens.com answers your questions about growing food at home including: How to Make Extra Money from my Garden? What is the Best Way to Sell Dried Moringa Leaves? Do Mushrooms in the Garden attract bugs? Is the white furry stuff on the roots of wheat grass mold?

How to Grow Organic Spaghetti Squash in Your Home Garden

Visit: www.HomeOrganicGarden.net Organicgardening is much more then just avoiding the use of chemicals on your garden. For many people it is an outlook on living using nature’s laws to grow their fruits, vegetables, and other plants naturally. This is usually a personal choice made in light of much research done into the importance of diet as it relates to our health and longevity. Studies have shown that organically grown foods have higher concentrations of vitamins and minerals then those grown using chemical fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. Organically grown fruits and vegetables are not only better health wise but they also avoid the accidental exposure to those chemical agents that are used in large scale commercial farming that is so common in today’s world. http Here are 10 key components that are a fundamental part of organic gardening. 1. Healthy Soil – This is probably the most fundamental aspect of any organic garden. Healthy soil that is replenished naturally will grow healthy food stuffs year after year. Organic fertilizers such as manure and composted garden, yard, and kitchen waste are easily recycled back into the earth creating nutrient rich soil that will grow all manner of healthy plants. 2. Avoid all chemical or synthetic fertilizers, pesticides, and herbicides. This will not only ensure that your soil stays naturally organic but it also relieves the worry of harm to your family and pets should they come in contact with these dangerous

Best Salad Greens to Grow Indoors In Your Winter Kitchen Garden

John from www.growingyourgreens.com answers a subscribers questions: .1 What leafy salad green can be grown indoors and provide enough for a salad on a daily basis. 2. Is there anything else that should be considered when growing a kitchen garden indoors? After watching this episode, you will get the answers to the above two questions, and you know the best greens to grow indoors and will be empowered to grow an indoor garden so you can eat fresh salad greens throughout the winter or any time of year.

Growing Bean Sprouts in a SproutMaster

As we’ve said before, all beans sprout the same way – so these instructions will show you how to grow any bean sprout in a SproutMaster. SproutMaster is the finest Tray Sprouter in the world (in the opinion of Sproutpeople). It’s versatile – you can grow just about anything, and easy to grow in. Today’s star – representing bean sprouts – is our lovely pea mix; Pea Carnival.

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