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WATERING YOUR GARDEN THE RIGHT WAY – HOW MUCH AND HOW OFTEN?

In today’s post, let’s look into a very important topic – the 12 golden rules of watering your house plants, the right way. How much? and how often? to keep them healthy!  Water is really amazing – H2O, made up of hydrogen and oxygen, it’s literally responsible for all life on Earth. Watering your plant […]

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How to Grow Turmeric in Pots And Get a Huge Harvest

How to grow turmeric from turmeric at home? This post and video below demonstrates step by step on growing turmeric from small pieces in containers. Please start organic vegetable gardening at home and grow your own food with minimal efforts and its Fun too! TURMERIC IS A TROPICAL PLANT CHOOSE YOUR TURMERIC RHIZOMES – Must […]

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How to Grow Ginger in Pots And Get a Huge Harvest

How to grow ginger from ginger at home? This post and video below demonstrates step by step on growing ginger from small pieces in containers. Please start organic vegetable gardening at home and grow your own food with minimal efforts and its Fun too! The botanical name of ginger is Zingiber officinale. GINGER IS A […]

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EASILY MAKE FREE COMPOST AT HOME IN 5 STEPS WITH VIDEO

In Today’s post, let’s learn step by step – how to easily, quickly and successfully perform smell free, aerobic composting at home with some very useful tips and tricks. In our previous posts we discussed on the fundamentals of composting including Types of Composting, the Carbon Nitrogen ratio and demonstrated the anaerobic or bokashi composting […]

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HOW TO COMPOST INDOORS QUICKLY WITHOUT SMELL | BOKASHI COMPOSTING

In Today’s post, let’s learn step by step – how to easily, quickly and successfully perform anaerobic odour free Bokashi composting at home, indoors.   In our previous two posts we discussed on the fundamentals of composting, Types of Composting and the materials that can be added and those that are prohibited in compost bin […]

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WHAT TO ADD AND AVOID IN COMPOST BIN | GREEN TO BROWN RATIO

In today’s post, we will discuss on the materials that can be used and those to be avoided in composting at home, plus the Ideal Carbon Nitrogen and the Green to Brown Ratios.   Composting is a controlled and accelerated rotting down of organic matter into nutrient rich compost. Aerobic Composting uses the natural processes […]

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FUNDAMENTALS OF COMPOSTING AND TYPES OF COMPOSTING

In Today’s post, we will discuss on Composting types and basic concepts and requirements of a compost bin whether for home composting to recycle your kitchen waste or for large scale composting in farming.   WHAT IS COMPOSTING?Composting is a natural process of breakdown or decomposition of various organic materials otherwise regarded as waste products […]

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10 VERY IMPORTANT GARDENING TIPS FOR RAINY SEASON 2020

Today we will look into 10 very important Rainy season gardening tips and tricks for this year’s wet weather gardening. Simple, yet very important rainy season garden tips and hacks can protect your plants this monsoon.   Rainy season is the best time for beautiful greenery in your garden, whether your backyard, balcony or even […]

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USDA APPROVED ORGANIC PESTICIDES FOR ORGANIC FARMING

In Today’s post, we will list some of the best natural pesticides that are approved by the USDA for organic farming and organic gardening. We will also learn how to use these correctly to get rid of all types of pests in your garden.   The pesticides approved in organic farming are largely the natural […]

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15 BEST NATURAL FERTILIZERS FOR ORGANIC GARDENING

If your plants are failing to thrive, dropping leaves, turning yellow, or diseased, it could be an imbalance in your soil nutrients that’s killing your plants. In Today’s article, let’s look into a list of 15 most useful and powerful organic or natural fertilizers that can bring a revolution in organic gardening if used properly. […]

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