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DIY All Natural Pesticide Recipe

We will present to you a recipe for homemade pesticide with zero chemicals. It is very easy to make and it is very effective! Commercial pesticides are a standout among the best approaches to handle the issue of pest infestation, however you can make your own natural pesticide. If you use it on a regular Read More…

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5 Plants That Thrive In Dark Rooms

Who says that you can’t have plants everywhere in your home? There is no place in your home that can not be turned into a green oasis! Even when there is not enough light, there are certain types of plants that do well in dimly lit rooms while providing a natural setting. Here we will present you Read More…

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Learn How To Make Your Own Compost

Every gardener needs to know what compost is and how to make their own compost. Compost is a mixture of various organic wastes processed by microorganisms which plants use as fertilizer. Mature compost contains an average of 0,35% nitrogen, 0.20% phosphorus, 0.25% potassium, 2-3% calcium oxide. All kinds of compost have one thing in common – Read More…

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How To Grow Okra

Okra is a southern U.S. plant that flourishes in warm climate. It is anything but difficult to develop and utilize and looks extraordinary all through the growing season because of its gorgeous blooms. Okra is additionally rich in vitamin A and low in calories. How to plant okra You can start the okra seeds inside Read More…

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How to Grow Peanut In Containers

Peanut (Arachis hypogaea) is an annual plant coming from the Fabaceae family, a vegetable. It is a hardy plant that requires very little attention. Peanut, which is additionally called groundnut contains many trace elements like copper, zinc, manganese and vitamin B and is extremely nutritious. Planting Peanuts in containers Fill the seed plate or container Read More…

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How To Grow Kiwi Fruit

Kiwi (Actinidia deliciosa) is an alluring, sweet and tasty fruit that originates from Asia and is grown generally in California and New Zealand. But if you live in a zone that has gentle winters with no frost for a sufficient period of time for the fruit to mature, you can develop strong kiwi plants in Read More…