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Hydroponics Made Easy – A Great Project for Kids

Here is a great project to help kids learn about growing fruits, herbs and vegetables using hydroponics. I break it down into 7 easy steps. This is a great project for the family to live, learn and grow organically.

Advantages and Disadvantages of Foliar Feeding

Foliar feeding is a method of fertilizing plants directly. It involves directly spraying nutrients onto the plants leaves and stem where they are absorbed and used. It is considered an almost immediate way to feed your plants.

Thyme – The Aromatic Herb That Will Suit Any Garden

Thyme was used by the Egyptians for embalming, the Greeks used it in their baths and burnt it as incense and the Romans used it as a room purifier as well as using it to add flavour to cheese and liqueurs. Thyme has a long history as a sign of courage as well as ensuring safe passage to the afterlife.

Kitchen Gardening During Drought

Global warming may increase. More extreme droughts are predicted. Successful gardening requires practical strategies for dealing with hot, dry weather.

Getting a Greener Thicker Lawn

Getting a green and thicker lawn is the target of many home owners who have a lawn. It makes the compound look attractive and actually makes a great place to sit out and enjoy the sun. There are many elements which go into getting a greener and thicker lawn.

From Here to Serenity!

This week we’ll be departing from domestic gardening conventions to appreciate the traditions of a more exotic vein of horticulture, one whose stylistic boundaries, while not necessarily correlating with European tastes, are still invaluable as a source of inspiration – namely the design, reasoning and aesthetic of the neo-classical Japanese garden. Traditionally there are three archetypes of the Japanese garden – Karesansui, Tsukiyama and Chaniwa, and while their origins and objectives vary widely, you can be assured of several common elements that unite the trio:

Growing Roma Tomatoes – Make Your Tomato Sauce From Scratch

Roma tomatoes are a hearty and extremely popular type of plum tomato. They have a milder flavor and less juice than other tomato varieties, but they are quite fleshy and EXCELLENT for making into tomato paste and tomato sauce. If you love a good tomato sauce and want to control the process from the beginning, you can’t do better than growing roma tomatoes.

How to Grow Herbs in Containers

Herb gardening is becoming an increasingly popular hobby. Many people have started herb gardens because they are looking for a way to get high quality herbs that have not had pesticides and other dangerous chemicals used on them at a decent price. When you go to the store, there is usually a good selection of different herbs that you can buy. Most of these herbs are produced commercially and have pesticides and other harmful chemicals used in the growing process.

Grow Tomatoes At Home Anywhere – Even If Your Home Is A Studio Apartment

This article will focus on the incredible adaptability of growing tomatoes at home – whether your home is a huge house with plenty of land in farm country or a basement apartment in Siberia. The adaptability of most tomato plants actually accounts for the immense popularity of home grown tomatoes practically everywhere in the world – that, and the fact that they taste so good!

How to Grow Organic Tomatoes in Your Backyard – The Pleasure of Growing Organic Tomatoes

Put your heart and soul to create and grow some red ripe tomatoes. I am sure you will not regret the results. The best investment you can make is by investing in your healthy living by learning how to grow organic tomatoes. How would you feel to grow organic tomatoes in a pot or your backyard garden? Nourish them and see them grow and make your summer/spring relaxing with some refreshing salad or even some fresh ripe tomato juice.

Advantages of LED Grow Lights

The practice of growing plants indoors without the use of soil is termed as Hydroponics. Plants are grown in water with mineral nutrients dissolved in it. Plants need light for their growth, this process is known as photosynthesis.

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