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How Deep to Plant Corn: Optimal Seed Planting Depth
How Deep to Plant Corn: Optimal Seed Planting Depth
 
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How Deep to Plant Corn: Optimal Seed Planting Depth
If you're planning to plant corn this spring, knowing the right corn planting depth is the most important factor to consider. Planting corn too shallow can result in poor germination and stunted plants while planting it too deep can lead to the rotting of the seedlings. In this article, we'll discuss the best seeding depth for corn and provide some tips on how to achieve it. 
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Ladybugs for Aphids Infestation: Natural Insecticide
Ladybugs for Aphids Infestation: Natural Insecticide
 
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Ladybugs for Aphids Infestation: Natural Insecticide
Who doesn't love ladybugs? These cute, beneficial insects are a gardener's best friend when it comes to pest control. When aphids show up in your garden, reach for your nearest source of ladybugs to take care of the pest problem naturally. Ladybugs are available at most local and online garden stores. Simply release ladybugs near the aphid-infested plants and let them do their job!
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Neem Oil for Killing Spider Mites: Does it Work?
Neem Oil for Killing Spider Mites: Does it Work?
 
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Neem Oil for Killing Spider Mites: Does it Work?
Do you plants have a spider-mites infestation  problem? If so, you're not alone. Spider mites are tiny little creatures that can cause big problems for plants. They suck the sap out of leaves, and can quickly kill plants. Luckily, there are ways to get rid of them. One popular treatment is neem oil. But does it work? And is it safe?
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When to Pick Cayenne Peppers for the Best Taste
When to Pick Cayenne Peppers for the Best Taste
 
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When to Pick Cayenne Peppers for the Best Taste
Cayenne pepper is one of the hot peppers that can be found in many cuisines. It is used to add heat to food and to flavor various dishes. Growing cayenne peppers requires warm, moist climates and does well in soils that are slightly acidic. I
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How to Harvest Carrot Seeds
How to Harvest Carrot Seeds
 
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How to Harvest Carrot Seeds
Is there anything more satisfying than harvesting your own vegetables from the garden? Not only do self-grown vegetables  it taste great, but also offer a great way to get some work done. If you're lucky enough to have a garden full of carrots, you can also harvest their seeds for next year's planting. If you're worried about how to get carrot seeds, this article is for you.
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When to Pick Bell Peppers: The Best Time to Harvest
When to Pick Bell Peppers: The Best Time to Harvest
 
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When to Pick Bell Peppers: The Best Time to Harvest
Looking to harvest some bell peppers? Wondering when is the best time to do so? Check out this blog post for all the information you need on harvesting bell peppers! We'll go over some useful information on the best time to pick bell peppers, how to know when they're ripe and more
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How Long Does it Take Tomato Seeds to Germinate?
How Long Does it Take Tomato Seeds to Germinate?
 
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How Long Does it Take Tomato Seeds to Germinate?
Tomatoes are a popular vegetable because they are often eaten raw or cooked. They are also used in many dishes. Tomatoes are a type of fruit and the seeds inside the tomato are the fruit's ovules. Tomato seeds tend to grow into tomato plants if they get good temperature and plenty of light. The time it takes for the tomato seeds to germinate can vary depending on the variety of tomatoes and the climate.
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How to Keep Dogs Out of Your Garden
How to Keep Dogs Out of Your Garden
 
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How to Keep Dogs Out of Your Garden
Gardening is one of the favorite hobbies of many people. However, many people also have dogs. Dogs love to go outside and play, and they often end up getting into gardens. How to keep dogs out of garden? How to ensure that your garden is free from pet dogs, stray dogs or puppies who are left unsupervised outdoors?
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Thyme Companion Plants: What You Should Grow with Thyme
Thyme Companion Plants: What You Should Grow with Thyme
 
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Thyme Companion Plants: What You Should Grow with Thyme
Thyme is a great herb to grow indoors or outdoors. It's easy to care for, and has many medicinal and culinary uses. But what companion plants should you grow with thyme? In this blog post, we'll discuss some of the best plants to pair with thyme, and why they work well together.
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When to Pick Corn: The Perfect Time to Harvest
When to Pick Corn: The Perfect Time to Harvest
 
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When to Pick Corn: The Perfect Time to Harvest
When you grow corn, there is a right time to pick it so you can get the most out of your crop. Knowing when to harvest corn can save your crop from under- and over-harvesting. In this post, we'll discuss when to pick corn and give you some tips on how to know when it's harvesting time. Harvesting at the right time will ensure that your corn tastes great and is at its most nutritious stage!
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When to Pick Spaghetti Squash: The Best Time to Harvest
When to Pick Spaghetti Squash: The Best Time to Harvest
 
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When to Pick Spaghetti Squash: The Best Time to Harvest
Are you growing spaghetti squash this year? If so, you'll need to know when to pick the product when it is at its peak maturity.  Different spaghetti squash varieties have different picking times. However, the ideal time to harvest spaghetti squash is when the fruits are just starting to change color.
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Is Horse Manure Good for Gardens?
Is Horse Manure Good for Gardens?
 
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Is Horse Manure Good for Gardens?
Are you curious whether horse manure is good for gardens? Many gardeners believe that horse manure is one of the best types of compost to use in garden beds. In addition to providing essential nutrients, fresh horse manure helps improve soil structure and its ability to retain water. While there are some potential downsides to using horse manure in your garden, overall it is a great organic amendment to fix your garden soil.
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Best Companion Plants for Peppers
Best Companion Plants for Peppers
 
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Best Companion Plants for Peppers
If you're looking for companion plants to grow with peppers, then you've come to the right place. In this blog post, we'll discuss some of the best plants to grow alongside peppers.
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Types of Moss: Learn About Different Varieties
Types of Moss: Learn About Different Varieties
 
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Types of Moss: Learn About Different Varieties
Moss is a low-growing, evergreen plant that can be used in a variety of ways in the garden. It is an excellent ground cover and can also be used to add aesthetic appeal  to containers or as part of a landscape design. There are many different types of moss, and each has its own unique characteristics.
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When Are Potatoes Ready to Harvest?
When Are Potatoes Ready to Harvest?
 
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When Are Potatoes Ready to Harvest?
When are potatoes ready to harvest? This is a question that many potato farmers or gardeners may ask themselves at some point during the growing season. The answer, as with most things, is it depends on different factors. Potatoes can be harvested as early as 70 days after planting or as late as 110 days after planting, depending on the variety.
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Planting Watermelon Seeds: Complete Guide
Planting Watermelon Seeds: Complete Guide
 
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Planting Watermelon Seeds: Complete Guide
Watermelon is a fruit enjoyed by many. It is a good source of vitamin C and other nutrients. Watermelon can be grown from heirloom seeds. The process of growing watermelons from seeds is not difficult, but there are some things that need to be done in order to have a successful crop.
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How to Use Worm Castings in Your Garden Soil
How to Use Worm Castings in Your Garden Soil
 
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How to Use Worm Castings in Your Garden Soil
The benefits of using worm castings in your garden soil are endless. Worm castings help improve the overall quality of the soil, making plants more resistant to disease, and increasing yields. In this blog post, we will discuss how to use worm castings in your garden soil and some of the benefits they provide. 
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How to Plant Baby Spinach Seedlings
How to Plant Baby Spinach Seedlings
 
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How to Plant Baby Spinach Seedlings
Are you looking to grow your own baby spinach seedlings? If so, you've come to the right place! In this blog post, we'll walk you through the steps of planting baby spinach seedlings. So if you're ready to get started, keep reading!
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When Are Carrots Ready to Harvest?
When Are Carrots Ready to Harvest?
 
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When Are Carrots Ready to Harvest?
The carrot is a vegetable that is often enjoyed in many different dishes. They are root vegetables, and they are typically harvested in the early fall by gardeners. However, there are a few things that you need to know in order to determine when they are ready for harvesting.
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Growing Strawberries in Hydroponics
Growing Strawberries in Hydroponics
 
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Growing Strawberries in Hydroponics
When most people think of growing strawberries, they think of planting them in the ground. However, did you know that you can also grow strawberries in a hydroponic garden? In this blog post, we will discuss the benefits of growing strawberries in hydroponics and provide tips for strawberry growers on how to do it. 
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How to Grow Hydroponic Tomatoes
How to Grow Hydroponic Tomatoes
 
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How to Grow Hydroponic Tomatoes
Did you know that you can grow tomatoes without soil? It's true! You can create a hydroponic garden to grow your tomatoes using nothing but water and a few simple supplies. In this blog post, we will teach you how to set up your own hydroponic tomato garden. We will also provide some tips on how to care for your plants and ensure that they produce delicious, ripe tomatoes.
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How to Grow Mint from Seed
How to Grow Mint from Seed
 
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How to Grow Mint from Seed
Do you love the refreshing, cooling taste of mint in your iced tea or mojito? Then why not grow your own mint plants from seed! It's easy to do and can be a fun project for the whole family. Plus, you'll have plenty of fresh mints to use in your favorite recipes.
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Pumpkin Fertilizer: How to Get the Best Growth
Pumpkin Fertilizer: How to Get the Best Growth
 
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Pumpkin Fertilizer: How to Get the Best Growth
When it comes to pumpkin plants, fertilizers play a big role in their growth. Many gardeners make the mistake of thinking that any fertilizer will do, but that's not always the case. Different types of fertilizers are best for different plants, and you need to use the right one if you want your pumpkins to thrive. 
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Blood Meal Fertilizer: How it Can Help Your Garden Soil
Blood Meal Fertilizer: How it Can Help Your Garden Soil
 
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Blood Meal Fertilizer: How it Can Help Your Garden Soil
Many people don't know about the benefits of blood meal fertilizer. This type of fertilizer is made from animal blood, and it is a great source of nitrogen for plants. Using blood meal in your garden can help improve soil quality and boost plant growth.
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How to Grow Watercress Plants
How to Grow Watercress Plants
 
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How to Grow Watercress Plants
When it comes to superfoods, watercress is up there near the top of the list. This peppery, nutrient-dense herb is not only delicious, but it's also great for your health. And growing your own watercress is easier than you might think.
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When to Harvest Zucchini: The Best Time to Pick
When to Harvest Zucchini: The Best Time to Pick
 
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When to Harvest Zucchini: The Best Time to Pick
When it comes to zucchini, there is one question on everyone's mind: when is the best time to harvest zucchini? The answer depends on a few factors, such as the type of zucchini variety and the climate where you plan your zucchini. In this blog post, we will discuss some of the key points you need to consider when picking your zucchini. 
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Best Fertilizer for Peppers: Flower and Fruit Production
Best Fertilizer for Peppers: Flower and Fruit Production
 
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Best Fertilizer for Peppers: Flower and Fruit Production
If you're looking to produce delicious peppers in abundance, then you'll need to use the best fertilizer for peppers. Although every fruit/vegetable fertilizer is helpful growing healthy plants, not all fertilizers are created equal. So it's important to understand what type of fertilizer will work best for your pepper plants. 
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How Long Does it Take to Grow Strawberries?
How Long Does it Take to Grow Strawberries?
 
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How Long Does it Take to Grow Strawberries?
Interested in a planting strawberries garden this year? Growing strawberries is a great way to enjoy fresh fruit all season long, and it’s easier than you might think. But how long does it take to grow strawberries? This post will tell you everything you need to know about growing your own strawberries, from planting to harvest. Keep reading for tips on the best time of year to plant strawberries and how to care for your plants. 
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Broccoli Plant Growing Stages
Broccoli Plant Growing Stages
 
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Broccoli Plant Growing Stages
When growing a broccoli plant, it is important to be aware of the different stages of growth. By understanding the different stages, you can provide the best possible care for your plant and ensure that it grows healthy and strong. This guide will take you through the different stages of broccoli plant growth, from seedling to full maturity. 
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When to Harvest Watermelon for Best Flavor
When to Harvest Watermelon for Best Flavor
 
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When to Harvest Watermelon for Best Flavor
Watermelon is a sweet and refreshing fruit best enjoyed during summer. There are many different watermelon varieties including crimson sweet, sugar baby watermelon, but all of them have one thing in common - they need to be harvested at the right time for the best flavor.
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Growing Lavender from Seed: How-to Guide
Growing Lavender from Seed: How-to Guide
 
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Growing Lavender from Seed: How-to Guide
Lavender is a popular garden plant that can be grown from seeds. It is a hardy plant that can tolerate drought and partial shade. Lavender plants bloom in the summer with purple flowers. They can be used in floral arrangements or dried for potpourri. You can grow lavender indoor and outdoor as it is easy to grow.
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How Long Do Tomatoes Take to Grow?
How Long Do Tomatoes Take to Grow?
 
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How Long Do Tomatoes Take to Grow?
When you're growing tomatoes, one of the most important things to know is how long it will take for them to grow. In this blog post, we'll discuss the average time it takes for tomatoes to grow, as well as some tips on how to speed up the process.
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Growing Celery from Seed
Growing Celery from Seed
 
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Growing Celery from Seed
Celery is an amazing addition to your vegetable garden. It is a delicious and nutritious vegetable & widely consumed across the globe. Did you know that you can grow celery from seed, indoors or in your garden? It's easy to do, and in this blog post, we'll show you how to do it.
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Best Fertilizer for Potatoes: Increase Plant Growth
Best Fertilizer for Potatoes: Increase Plant Growth
 
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Best Fertilizer for Potatoes: Increase Plant Growth
When it comes to potato farming, you want to make sure that the plants get the best possible fertilizer in order to maximize growth. Different fertilizers will work better in different climates and soil types, so it's important to do your research before you choose a fertilizer for your potatoes.
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Best Soil for Herbs: Everything You Need to Know
Best Soil for Herbs: Everything You Need to Know
 
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Best Soil for Herbs: Everything You Need to Know
If you're looking to start growing herbs, you'll need to choose the right soil. Not all soils are created equal, and some will be better suited for growing herbs than others. In this blog post, we'll discuss the best soil for herbs and what you need to know before choosing a soil type.
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How to Grow Flax Seeds
How to Grow Flax Seeds
 
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How to Grow Flax Seeds
Flax is a versatile plant that can be grown in many different climates. It's best to grow your own flax seed so you can enjoy its many health benefits. Flax seeds are high in fiber, fatty acids, lignans, and omega-3. They have been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease, cancer, Hair problems (as they produce linseed oil), and other chronic diseases.
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How to Use Alfalfa as a Fertilizer for Your Garden
How to Use Alfalfa as a Fertilizer for Your Garden
 
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How to Use Alfalfa as a Fertilizer for Your Garden
If you're looking for an organic way to fertilize your garden, consider using alfalfa. Alfalfa fertilizer is a great choice for gardeners who want to add nitrogen and other nutrients to the soil. There are many different types of alfalfa fertilizer available, so it's important to choose the right one for your needs.
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Best Natural Fertilizer for Citrus Trees
Best Natural Fertilizer for Citrus Trees
 
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Best Natural Fertilizer for Citrus Trees
Love growing citrus fruits? Are you looking for the best natural fertilizer to help your tree grow big and healthy? If so, you've come to the right place! In this blog post, we'll discuss the benefits of using organic fertilizers for citrus trees and provide a list of our top 5 picks. 
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When to Harvest Hops: Best Time to Pick
When to Harvest Hops: Best Time to Pick
 
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When to Harvest Hops: Best Time to Pick
If you’re a grower of hops, then you must know that timing is everything when harvesting your crops. You want to make sure you pick the hops at the right time so that they reach their full potential in terms of flavor and aroma.
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Treating Root Rot with Hydrogen Peroxide Solution
Treating Root Rot with Hydrogen Peroxide Solution
 
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Treating Root Rot with Hydrogen Peroxide Solution
Root rot is a condition that affects the health of a plant's roots. The rot is caused by a number of factors, including overwatering, poor drainage, and disturbed soil PH levels. If left untreated, root rot damages plant growth and can even kill a plant. 
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Cilantro Germination Time: How Long Does it Take to Start Seeds?
Cilantro Germination Time: How Long Does it Take to Start Seeds?
 
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Cilantro Germination Time: How Long Does it Take to Start Seeds?
Cilantro (Coriandrum sativum) is a popular herb used in many dishes around the world. It is best known as the traditional garnish for tacos and burritos, but it can also be found in soups, rice bowls, and even ice cream. Fresh Cilantro can be difficult to find in stores during the winter, so if you want to grow your own cilantro, you'll need to start seeds.
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Growing Strawberries Indoors: The Ultimate Guide
Growing Strawberries Indoors: The Ultimate Guide
 
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Growing Strawberries Indoors: The Ultimate Guide
Do you love strawberries? And, do you want to be able to grow them yourself all year long, no matter what the weather is like outside? If so, then this is the blog post for plant lovers like you! In this ultimate guide, we will walk you through everything you need to know in order to start growing strawberries indoors.
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Why Are My Tomato Plants Not Growing? (Growth Secrets)
Why Are My Tomato Plants Not Growing? (Growth Secrets)
 
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Why Are My Tomato Plants Not Growing? (Growth Secrets)
Is there something wrong with your tomato plants? Are they not growing like you thought they would? Tomato plants are fairly easy to grow whether it's outdoor indoors. There are a few things you should know to help tomato plants grow properly.
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Preparing Your Vegetable Garden For Spring
Preparing Your Vegetable Garden For Spring
 
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Preparing Your Vegetable Garden For Spring
Although some parts of the country may still be cold, it's never too early to start preparing your garden for spring. Now is the time to clean up and organize your garden beds, and start stocking up on supplies so you're ready to start gardening once the weather starts warming up.
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Best Garlic Companion Plants for Your Garden
Best Garlic Companion Plants for Your Garden
 
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Best Garlic Companion Plants for Your Garden
If you're a garlic lover, you know that this pungent herb is not only delicious but also has many health benefits. Garlic is easy to grow at home and is a versatile addition to any kitchen. But did you know that there are certain plants that make the best companions for your garlic?
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When to Pick Tomatoes for Best Flavor
When to Pick Tomatoes for Best Flavor
 
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When to Pick Tomatoes for Best Flavor
Common wisdom dictates that you should wait until your tomatoes are ripe before picking them. However, there are some instances when harvesting tomatoes early for the best flavor is the way to go
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How to Grow Garlic in Hydroponics
How to Grow Garlic in Hydroponics
 
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How to Grow Garlic in Hydroponics
If you are interested in growing garlic in a hydroponic system, there are a few things you need to know. Garlic is a root vegetable, and like other root vegetables, it needs a well-aerated growing medium that is rich in nutrients.
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Spacing for Tomato Plants: What You Need to Know
Spacing for Tomato Plants: What You Need to Know
 
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Spacing for Tomato Plants: What You Need to Know
When it comes to growing tomatoes, one of the most important considerations is spacing. Tomato plants need room to grow and spread out so that they can produce an abundance of fruit and ensure good plant health.
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Hydroponic Potatoes: How-to Guide
Hydroponic Potatoes: How-to Guide
 
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Hydroponic Potatoes: How-to Guide
Potatoes are one of the easiest vegetables to grow hydroponically. They are a great crop for beginners and experienced growers alike. If you’re thinking about growing hydroponic potatoes, this guide will show you everything you need to know.
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How to Grow Hydroponic Peppers
How to Grow Hydroponic Peppers
 
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How to Grow Hydroponic Peppers
Have you ever considered growing hydroponic peppers? Hydroponic gardening is a great way to get into pepper gardening as little space and soil required. Plus, it eliminates many of the pest problems associated with traditional outdoor pepper gardening. In this post, we'll show you how easy it is to get started on growing your own hydroponic peppers.
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Fast-Growing Flowers to Plant in Your Garden
Fast-Growing Flowers to Plant in Your Garden
 
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Fast-Growing Flowers to Plant in Your Garden
Do you want to add some color and life to your garden but don't have a lot of time to wait for plants to bloom? Check out the fast-growing flowers in this blog that will bloom in just a few weeks!
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Best Seed Starter Soil to Use in Your Garden
Best Seed Starter Soil to Use in Your Garden
 
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Best Seed Starter Soil to Use in Your Garden
What kind of soil should you use to start seeds for your garden? It can be confusing trying to decide which type of soil is best for this purpose. In this blog post, we will discuss the best seed starter soil to use in your garden and why. So, keep reading to learn more!
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Best Natural Fertilizer for Indoor Plants
Best Natural Fertilizer for Indoor Plants
 
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Best Natural Fertilizer for Indoor Plants
A good fertilizer has three main components: nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. Nitrogen is needed for root growth, phosphorus helps plants make energy, and potassium helps them resist disease.
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What is a Polytunnel? All About This Type of Greenhouse
What is a Polytunnel? All About This Type of Greenhouse
 
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What is a Polytunnel? All About This Type of Greenhouse
If you're wondering what is a polytunnel, you're not alone. This type of greenhouse is relatively new to the market, and it's gaining popularity for good reason
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Best Herbs for Hydroponics
Best Herbs for Hydroponics
 
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Best Herbs for Hydroponics
If you're interested in hydroponics, then you're probably curious about what herbs thrive in this type of gardening. There are a number of different herbs grown in a hydroponic system, but some herbs are better suited for this type of gardening than others.
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Best Vertical Grow Hydroponics Systems
Best Vertical Grow Hydroponics Systems
 
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Best Vertical Grow Hydroponics Systems
Vertical hydroponic systems are becoming more popular every day, and for good reason! They offer many benefits over traditional gardening methods. If you're interested in learning more about vertical hydroponics or want to know which system is the best for you, read on.
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What Do Roots Do for a Plant? Learn About Their Function
What Do Roots Do for a Plant? Learn About Their Function
 
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What Do Roots Do for a Plant? Learn About Their Function
What do you know about the roots of plants? A lot of people think that they just serve as anchors for the plant, but their functions are much complex than that. In this blog post, we'll discuss what roots do for a plant and some of their important roles.
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How to Get Rid of Hornworms in Your Garden
How to Get Rid of Hornworms in Your Garden
 
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How to Get Rid of Hornworms in Your Garden
If you've ever had the unfortunate experience of finding a hornworm in your garden, then you know that they can cause some serious damage. In this blog post, we'll provide you with tips on how to get rid of hornworms and protect your plants.
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How to Grow Healthy Plant Roots
How to Grow Healthy Plant Roots
 
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How to Grow Healthy Plant Roots
Are you looking for best ways to grow healthy plant roots? Whether you're a gardening novice or an experienced green thumb, read on for helpful tips on how to create the perfect environment for healthy root growth.
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How to Grow Carrots in Hydroponics
How to Grow Carrots in Hydroponics
 
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How to Grow Carrots in Hydroponics
If you're new to hydroponics, you may be wondering how to grow carrots in a soilless garden. It's actually quite easy – all you need is a growing medium and some water.
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When to Pick Cucumbers: How to Know When They're Ready
When to Pick Cucumbers: How to Know When They're Ready
 
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When to Pick Cucumbers: How to Know When They're Ready
Are you looking for a refreshing cucumber snack? Wondering when to pick cucumbers so you can enjoy them at their peak flavor? This guide will help you determine when cucumbers ripen and are ready to eat.
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Best Insecticide for Vegetable Garden
Best Insecticide for Vegetable Garden
 
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Best Insecticide for Vegetable Garden

Insecticides are a great way to keep your vegetable garden healthy and free of harmful insects. But with so many different types available, which one should you choose? In this blog post, we'll discuss the best insecticide for vegetable gardens and give you some tips on how to use it safely and effectively. Keep reading to learn more!

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Does Fertilizer Go Bad?
Does Fertilizer Go Bad?
 
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Does Fertilizer Go Bad?
If you're like most gardeners, you probably have a stockpile of fertilizers that you've been storing for years. But what happens to fertilizer over time? Does it go bad? How can you tell if it's still effective? Here's what you need to know about the shelf life of fertilizer.
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Bone Meal: How to Use This Natural Fertilizer
Bone Meal: How to Use This Natural Fertilizer
 
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Bone Meal: How to Use This Natural Fertilizer
If you're interested in using bone meal as a fertilizer, there are a few things you should know. Bone meal is a natural fertilizer that can be very beneficial for your plants.
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Grow Bags for Gardening: Pros and Cons
Grow Bags for Gardening: Pros and Cons
 
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Grow Bags for Gardening: Pros and Cons
Anyone who has ever tried gardening knows that it can be a messy and unpredictable process. The soil is never quite right, the plants always need more water than you expected, and somehow the bugs always find their way in. For those who want to garden but don't want any of the hassles, grow bags may be the solution.
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How to Get Rid of Spider Mites on Tomato Plants
How to Get Rid of Spider Mites on Tomato Plants
 
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How to Get Rid of Spider Mites on Tomato Plants
Spider mites are tiny pests that can cause big problems for tomato plants. If you're noticing tiny webs on your plants and lots of dead leaves, then you probably have a spider mite infestation. Luckily, there are several things you can do to get rid of spider mites and protect your garden plants.
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When is Wheat Harvested? Seasonal Growing Guide
When is Wheat Harvested? Seasonal Growing Guide
 
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When is Wheat Harvested? Seasonal Growing Guide
Wheat is a late summer crop that is harvested till early fall. It can be grown in many parts of the world, and there are different types of wheat that are best suited for different climates. Knowing when to harvest wheat is important for farmers so they can get the most out of their crops.
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Best Hydroponic Grow Nutrients
Best Hydroponic Grow Nutrients
 
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Best Hydroponic Grow Nutrients
When it comes to growing hydroponically, there are a few things you need to get right in order to achieve optimal results. One of the most important is choosing the right nutrients for your plants.
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Are Worms Good for Gardens?
Are Worms Good for Gardens?
 
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Are Worms Good for Gardens?
Are worms good for gardens? This question has been asked by gardeners for centuries. Some people believe that worms are essential to a healthy garden, while others believe that they are a nuisance and should be eliminated from the garden.
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Are Ladybugs Good for Plants?
Are Ladybugs Good for Plants?
 
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Are Ladybugs Good for Plants?
There's something satisfying about seeing a ladybug on a flower. These bugs may besmall, but they have a big presence.
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When to Harvest Broccoli: The Best Time to Pick
When to Harvest Broccoli: The Best Time to Pick
 
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When to Harvest Broccoli: The Best Time to Pick

If you're growing broccoli in your garden, you'll want to know when to harvest it. The timing is important, as picking too early or too late can affect the taste and quality of the broccoli. Here's a guide to help you determine when your broccoli is ready to be picked.

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Plants That Are Hard to Kill: The Easiest Plants To Grow
Plants That Are Hard to Kill: The Easiest Plants To Grow
 
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Plants That Are Hard to Kill: The Easiest Plants To Grow

These are the best houseplants for beginners! They're easy to grow, and they can survive just about anything—even if you forget to water them.

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Why Are My Plants Growing So Slow? How to Fix Slow Growth
Why Are My Plants Growing So Slow? How to Fix Slow Growth
 
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Why Are My Plants Growing So Slow? How to Fix Slow Growth
Plants need certain conditions to grow properly, and when they don't have those conditions, growth can be slow. If your plants are growing slowly, there are a few things you can do to fix the problem.
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When to Pick Green Beans for Best Flavor
When to Pick Green Beans for Best Flavor
 
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When to Pick Green Beans for Best Flavor
Green beans are a summer favorite in many households. If you're looking to get the best flavor out of your green beans, then it's important to know when to pick them. This blog post will tell you everything you need to know about picking green beans for the best flavor. Keep reading to learn more!
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Insecticidal Soap vs. Neem Oil: Which Works Better?
Insecticidal Soap vs. Neem Oil: Which Works Better?
 
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Insecticidal Soap vs. Neem Oil: Which Works Better?
If you're looking for a natural way to kill insects on your plants, you might be wondering what works better: insecticidal soap or neem oil? Both products are effective at killing many common garden pests, but there are some key differences between them.
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Fungicide for Root Rot: What You Need to Know
Fungicide for Root Rot: What You Need to Know
 
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Fungicide for Root Rot: What You Need to Know
Root rot is a common problem for gardeners and can lead to plant death. There are many different ways to treat root rot, but one option that is becoming increasingly popular is using a fungicide.
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Growing Medium for Plants: The Ultimate Guide
Growing Medium for Plants: The Ultimate Guide
 
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Growing Medium for Plants: The Ultimate Guide
If you're looking to get into gardening, one of the most important decisions you'll make is choosing the right growing medium for your plants. There are many different options available, and each has its own advantages and disadvantages.
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How to Fix a Calcium Deficiency in Plants
How to Fix a Calcium Deficiency in Plants
 
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How to Fix a Calcium Deficiency in Plants
If you're like most gardeners, you want your plants to be healthy and lush. But if your plants are looking a little yellow and has stunted growth, they may be suffering from calcium deficiency. Fortunately, it's easy to fix this problem.
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What Does Magnesium Do for Plants?
What Does Magnesium Do for Plants?
 
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What Does Magnesium Do for Plants?
Magnesium is a mineral that is often overlooked, but it is an important element for plant life. Magnesium helps to regulate the uptake of other essential nutrients and aids in photosynthesis.
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White Spots on Plant Leaves: Is It Powdery Mildew?
White Spots on Plant Leaves: Is It Powdery Mildew?
 
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White Spots on Plant Leaves: Is It Powdery Mildew?
Has your plant been having some trouble lately? Are you seeing white spots on the leaves? If so, you may be dealing with a case of powdery mildew. 
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Fulvic Acid for Plants: Benefits and Uses
Fulvic Acid for Plants: Benefits and Uses
 
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Fulvic Acid for Plants: Benefits and Uses
When it comes to plant care, there are a number of different things that you can do to make them thrive. From watering to fertilizing, each plant is unique and requires specific care.
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The 7 Most Practical Raised Garden Bed Plans
The 7 Most Practical Raised Garden Bed Plans
 
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The 7 Most Practical Raised Garden Bed Plans

Raised beds and garden boxes are a favorite among gardeners and for good reason. They offer an inexpensive means to improve the productivity of your backyard, especially if you live in an area with low soil fertility.

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4 Things to Know About Grow light LED (Light Emitting Diodes)
4 Things to Know About Grow light LED (Light Emitting Diodes)
 
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4 Things to Know About Grow light LED (Light Emitting Diodes)

Plants require proper exposure to sunlight for growth, development, flowering, reproduction, survival, and production. While it is impossible to grow favorite plants and vegetables all year round due to fluctuating environmental conditions.

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Best Grow Tents: A Buyer’s Guide for 2022
Best Grow Tents: A Buyer’s Guide for 2022
 
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Best Grow Tents: A Buyer’s Guide for 2022
Growing plants is something that you try once and absolutely fall in love with. There's just something about bringing a plant home, setting up the perfect environment for it, and watching that plant blossom into its best self.
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The 11 Best Pothos Types To Bring Home
The 11 Best Pothos Types To Bring Home
 
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The 11 Best Pothos Types To Bring Home
Pothos is a popular houseplant, hardy enough for novice gardeners to grow with ease. Discover some of the most beautiful pothos types to grow at home.
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Top 5 Tips About How To Use Houseplant Fertilizers for Better Growth
Top 5 Tips About How To Use Houseplant Fertilizers for Better Growth
 
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Top 5 Tips About How To Use Houseplant Fertilizers for Better Growth
Houseplants and indoor plants need proper care, management, and fertilization for best growth, development, and survival. Unlike other plants, houseplants are completely dependent on fertilization and the right management.
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This Is Why Ebb And Flow System Works Perfectly
This Is Why Ebb And Flow System Works Perfectly
 
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This Is Why Ebb And Flow System Works Perfectly
If you're interested in hydroponic gardens, the ebb and flow system is one of the favorite methods to consider. It's simple and effective, making it popular among both commercial growers and home gardeners.
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Hydroponics Vs. Aeroponics: 6 Things that Make them Different
Hydroponics Vs. Aeroponics: 6 Things that Make them Different
 
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Hydroponics Vs. Aeroponics: 6 Things that Make them Different
Hydroponics has taken the sustainable gardening world by storm. It has grown immensely in popularity in the past ten years and has become a favorite of people from kitchen gardeners to full-scale commercial farmers.
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How To Make Plants Happy - Fertilizer For Plants
How To Make Plants Happy - Fertilizer For Plants
 
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How To Make Plants Happy - Fertilizer For Plants

Why Do Plants Need Fertilizer?

Pretty much like humans, plants require nutrients for proper growth and health. They take nitrogen (N), phosphorus (P), and potassium (K) in the highest quantities. These three nutrients are called macronutrients.

Other than the macronutrients, plants also take in several micronutrients. Though micronutrients are just as important to plant growth as macronutrients, they are required in much smaller quantities. Boron (B), Zinc (Zn), Manganese (Mn), and Iron (Fe) are some important micronutrients. There are others too.

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Vitamins for Plants: Essential Nutrients for Growth
Vitamins for Plants: Essential Nutrients for Growth
 
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Vitamins for Plants: Essential Nutrients for Growth

Why do plants need vitamins and minerals?

Plants require various vitamins and minerals as well as energy derived from sunlight to conduct basic functions. This includes respiration, photosynthesis, cell development, enzyme and hormone production, water, and nutrient absorption/distribution, as well as other things.

Plants also require vitamins and minerals in order to grow. Even with access to sunshine, plants will not thrive unless they are supplied with vitamins and minerals.

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All About LECA
All About LECA
 
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All About LECA

LECA helps you provide the correct amount of water for your plants. The plant's roots will readily absorb the water from the clay balls. The LECA quickly absorbs water and starts to expand.

Each ball holds the water for an extended time, slowly releasing it over time as the plant requires. You don’t have to worry about the plant quickly drying out or becoming overly water-logged when you use clay pellets. 

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How to Make The Best Hydroponic Setups [2022]
How to Make The Best Hydroponic Setups [2022]
 
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How to Make The Best Hydroponic Setups [2022]
Let’s learn how to create the best hydroponic setup to grow your favorite fruits and vegetables. Harvest loads of fresh produce without the hassle of soil and diseases.
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Coconut Coir: The New Gardening Superstar
Coconut Coir: The New Gardening Superstar
 
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Coconut Coir: The New Gardening Superstar

Coconut coir has taken over the gardening world by storm. But the question is, what makes it so great? In this definitive guide, that is the question we will address, let’s dive in.

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What are Hydroponic Towers?
What are Hydroponic Towers?
 
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What are Hydroponic Towers?
A vertical grow tower is a type of hydroponic grow system that uses motorized pumps, coupled with water and nutrient solutions to effectively grow any type of plant. The system is sometimes called ‘residential units.’  Within each slot of the tower are holes that house a single plant. The towers stand in an upright position. They are remarkably compact and portable. You can move them around an apartment with ease and, best of all, they take up extraordinarily little space. 
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Hydroponic Problems and Solutions
Hydroponic Problems and Solutions
 
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Hydroponic Problems and Solutions

Below are a few common hydroponic problems:

Hydroponic System Leaks

Even a new system can develop a leak. The leak might occur in the joints or valves. Also, if the hydroponic system becomes blocked from a root mass, then the water will back up and overflow. Perform checks regularly to ensure that roots are not clogging the drains or outlets. 

If you design your own hydroponic system, then you’ll need to ensure that the reservoir is large enough to hold the water and nutrient solution or it could easily overflow if a power cut or pump failure causes a backup. 

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How To Get Rid of Fungus Gnats?
How To Get Rid of Fungus Gnats?
 
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How To Get Rid of Fungus Gnats?
Did you know that there is a tiny little creature that can make your gardening experience a nightmare? No, we are not talking about spiders or snakes. We're talking about fungus gnats. These small, dark insects are biological pests that can invade your garden and wreak havoc on your plants. They feed off of the decaying organic matter at the bottom of your potting soil. They tend to swarm around your indoor plants and can be a real nuisance. But don't worry, there are ways to get rid of them. In this blog post How To Get Rid of Fungus Gnats, we'll discuss some of the best tips and tricks that will help you say goodbye to those black flies for good!
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Hydroponic Gardening in Small Spaces
Hydroponic Gardening in Small Spaces
 
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Hydroponic Gardening in Small Spaces

Below are just a few tips on hydroponic gardening:

  • Keep your hydroponic water clean and make sure you are using adequate nutrients. 
  • Grow your plants indoors near a south-facing window. Ensure that the plants receive at least six hours of sunlight per day. If you do not have a window that provides sufficient sunlight, then consider using a grow lamp. 
  • Check the water pH. Ideally, it should hover around 5.8 to 6.2.
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The Ultimate Fertilizing Secret Every Homeowner MUST Know Of (The Humboldts Secret Nutrient Starter Kit)
The Ultimate Fertilizing Secret Every Homeowner MUST Know Of (The Humboldts Secret Nutrient Starter Kit)
 
by Yousef Benhamida
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The Ultimate Fertilizing Secret Every Homeowner MUST Know Of (The Humboldts Secret Nutrient Starter Kit)

Introduction

Growing plants is one of the healthiest, satisfying, and rewarding hobbies a person could have. Connecting with nature, spending hours in your garden weeding, watering, raking, harvesting, or just looking at the spring blooms is a fulfilling experience only gardeners can relate to. Outdoor gardening isn’t the only way to connect with plants. Gardening is a multi-faceted area, encompassing indoor gardening and hydroponics among others.

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Top Hydroponic Systems
Top Hydroponic Systems
 
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Top Hydroponic Systems

The hydroponic wick system is remarkably basic and simple. In fact, the system has been used for thousands of years to cultivate plants. 

With the wick system, nutrients and water are transported directly to the plant’s root system using a simple wick such as a piece of felt or rope. You suspend the plant’s agave the grow medium. Under the grow medium is a water reservoir filled with nutrients. One end of the wick is placed in the reservoir and the other within the growing media. The wick effectively transports water and nutrients slowly to the plant’s roots via a natural wicking system. 

Known as ‘passive hydroponics,’ a wicking system requires no expensive air or water pumps. It is low cost and easy to maintain.

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Hydroponics vs Traditional Farming Practices
Hydroponics vs Traditional Farming Practices
 
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Hydroponics vs Traditional Farming Practices

Hydroponics uses approximately 99 percent less water than traditional farming practices. The water and nutrients are delivered directly to the plant’s root systems and then recycled, unlike soil gardening where the water disappears due to runoff, evaporation. Hydroponics is an effective option in areas experiencing severe drought. 

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