How to grow broccoli

Broccoli –belongs to cruciferous vegetable which includes cabbage, cauliflower and collard greens- has a lot of benefits. You will find in details what are the best conditions to grow the broccoli? When and how to grow broccoli? What is the best time to harvest the broccoli? How to harvest the broccoli? Let’s learn why it’s important to grow broccoli? If you …

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How to grow cucumbers from seed

Cucumber belongs to the cucurbitaceous family which also include gourds, winter squash, summer squash and watermelon. You will learn in details what are the requirements for planting cucumber? What are the best condition for growing cucumber? Complete procedure for planting cucumber seeds. How to grow cucumbers? How to care cucumber plant? When to plant cucumbers? When and how to harvest cucumber? …

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How to grow Ginger

Ginger plant belongs to Zingiberaceae family which also includes cardamom, turmeric (Curcuma longa) and galangal. You will learn in details that what are the suitable conditions for growing ginger? How to grow ginger roots? How to plant ginger? Comprehensive procedure for growing ginger indoor.  How to care ginger plant and prevent this form soggy soil? Complete details of when and …

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How to grow green beans

Botanical Name Phaseolus vulgaris Plant Type Vegetable Family Legume Time to Plant After frost Soil Type Sandy and silty loam Soil Condition Moderately rich and well-drained Soil PH 6 to 6.8 Sun Exposure Full sun light for max time Ground Temperature 60 to 80 degrees F Water Supply 1-1.5 inches of water/week Organic Matter Compost and manure Fertilizers Not much required …

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How to grow onions

Botanical Name Allium cepa Plant Type Vegetable Family Amaryllis Time to Plant Early in the spring Soil Type Loose, light & loamy Soil Condition Well-drained Soil PH 5.5 to 6.5 – slightly acidic Sun Exposure Full sun Temperature Warm climate Water Supply Not more than 1 inch/week Organic Matter Compost and mulch Fertilizers Nitrogen fertilizer is necessary Used In Cooking …

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How to grow peppers

Botanical Name Capsicum annuum Plant Type Vegetable Family Nightshade Time to Plant February Soil Type Sandy plus loamy Soil Condition Fast draining Soil PH 5.5 to 6.5 –slightly acidic Sun Exposure Full sun Temperature 70 to 80 degree F Water Supply Two to three times a week Organic Matter Compost and manure Fertilizers Little compound fertilizer Used for Spice Pepper …

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How to grow artichokes

Botanical Name Cynara scolymus Plant Type Vegetable Family Daisy Time to Plant Late summer Soil Type Sandy or loam is ideal Soil Condition Fertile, well-drained Soil PH 6.5 to 7.5 or slightly alkaline Sun Exposure Full sunlight Temperature 70 to 80 C Water Supply 1 to 3 times a week Organic Matter Add in soil Fertilizers After every two weeks …

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How to grow eggplant

Botanical Name Solanum melongena Plant Type Vegetable Family Solanaceae Time to Plant Until soil become warm after frost Time to Harvest Mid or late summer Soil Type Sandy loam or loam soil Soil Condition Well-drained Soil PH 6.3 to 6.8 Sun Exposure Sunny Temperature Warm Water Supply 1 inch per week Organic Matter Compost and manure Fertilizers 2-3 pound/100 square feet …

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How to grow cabbage

Botanical Name Brassica oleracea var. capitata Plant Type Vegetable Family Brassica Time to Plant Seeds 6-8 weeks before frost of spring Soil Type Fertile Soil Condition Well-drained Soil PH Above 6.8 Sun Exposure Light shades Temperature Cool Water Supply Frequently Organic Matter Compost and aged manure Fertilizers Prefer Organic matter Cabbage is a delicious vegetable to eat and a cool …

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How to grow lettuce

Botanical Name Lactuca sativa Plant Type Vegetable Family Daisy Time to Plant Spring (2 weeks before frost) Soil Type Fertile Soil Condition Well-drained Soil PH 6.0 to 6.5 Sun Exposure Sunny (Few hours) Temperature 55 to 65 F Water Supply Every four to five days Organic Matter Compost & aged manure Fertilizers Prefer organic matter Used In Salads Lettuce is …

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