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What is your gardening style - Gardening style differs from person to person but there are some common like watering regularly, control weeds, use of fertilizers, soil test, water regulation system etc. I always make use of coco peat for my garden, it's an organic soil derived from..2173 days 9hrs
Preparing soil blueberries - Agree with starling - Coco peat is one of the best organic soil for any type of garden plants and vegetable growth. It has a great capacity to hold more water for a longer period of time and provide required ingredients for proper plant growth. Coco pe..2179 days 7hrs
Tips for raising seeds - You can use something else for heating purpose. But choose anything that overheat. This will badly harm your plants...2360 days 10hrs
Germinating achacha - You are right john.It takes some time to germinate.You can use structure of coco peat, it is useful for the soil conditioning and the coco peat is having a slow degradation rate so that it is used in the growth of the plants. ..2371 days 10hrs
Months old papaya by mrf biocompressed planting - Yes, organic fertilizers are better to use with plants. They are natural and does not cause harm to plant and also had many useful minerals...2399 days 5hrs


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