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How to Plant Potatoes: Growing Potatoes made Easy

It is very hard to find a person these days who don’t like potatoes. This is probably one of the favorite vegetables of all time. Knowing how to Plant potatoes will definitely increase the liking towards this vegetable. This short and simple article will teach you about Ideal Soil For…

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Growing Cauliflower: Some Important Points

Most of the people are really not sure about growing cauliflower in their garden. Some might think it is too difficult for a beginner to try their hands on cauliflower and only an experienced gardener can come up with great results. Though I agree that it is not as easy…

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Grow Garlic: A useful plant In Companion Planting

Today we will discuss how to grow garlic. This wonderful herbal plant is grown for its underground root or bulbs. Garlic contains numerous health promoting phytonutrients that are excellent against coronary artery diseases, infections, and cancers. Garlic is also an excellent source of vitamin B6, manganese, selenium, and vitamin C….

Peas: A growing guide

Peas are cool climate plant. It prefers sandy loam soil with a great drainage facility. With a pH level of 6.5 to 7.5 is generally idea for peas. In case your soil is much more acidic than this add dolomite or lime with the soil to bring it to this…

Grow Cabbage In Your Home: Some Basic Tips

Cabbage is generally a cool weather crop. There are quite a few varieties available in the market viz Green Cabbage, Red Cabbage, Savoy Cabbage, Pointed cabbage, etc., Cabbage can be grown from the seeds easily. Sow seeds one inch deep into the soil. Spacing is very important in growing cabbage…

Cucumber Growing Tips

After tomato, this is my second article on the easiest plant to grow series. This article is about growing cucumber another easy-to-grow-plant. Growing cucumber can be very easy and rewarding if you have little bit knowledge about them. The cucumber first originated in India and then spread across the world….