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How To Grow Mango Tree In A Container

If you’ve ever seen a 40-foot-tall, full-size mango tree (Mangifera indica), it’s hard to imagine one small enough to grow in a pot. Fortunately, dwarf and semi-dwarf varieties grow happily in containers on a patio or even indoors. Mango varieties well suited for containers include “Brooks”, “Julie”, “Lancetilla” and “Mallika”. Mango trees grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness Read More…

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How To Grow A Lemon Tree From Cutting

Lemon trees add beauty to yards and porches and furthermore supply tart, delicate yellow fruit. They propagate well from cuttings, in spite of the fact that the subsequent tree may do not have a similar infection resistance found in commercially grown lemon trees, which are typically grafted. Developing lemon cuttings is easy, however you have Read More…

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Basis Of Organic Farming

In recent 10 to 15 years world has seen a great change in almost every walk of life and with rapid development and improvement in quality of life people have started taking their health related issues very seriously as a result of which serious questions have been raised about the consequences modern medicines can have Read More…

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Top 10 Fruits You Can Grow in Containers

1. Lemons There are many reasons why you have to try this one out – most importantly, lemons are extremely healthy. They are anything but difficult to take care for. Also these can make your garden far more beautiful and better scented. To grow lemons, you have to give them full sun, well-drained soil, regular Read More…

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How To Grow A Cherry Tree

Growing a cherry tree will not only give you pretty spring blossoms to brighten up your garden but also summer fruit that is expensive to buy. There are two types of edible cherry fruits: sweet cherries, which you can eat straight off the tree if you like, and sour cherries, which need to be cooked Read More…