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How to Plant Pechay in Hydroponics

Pechay or Chinese cabbage is an erect, biennial herb grown annually. Petioles grow upright and enlarge, forming a subcylindrical bundle. It leaves spirally and spreads out. The Chinese cabbage was grown primarily in the Yangtze River Delta region, but Ming Dynasty naturalist Li Shizhen popularised it by highlighting its medicinal properties. The variant cultivated in Zhejiang around the 14th century was brought north, and the northern harvest quickly surpassed the

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How To Plant Peas in a Cup

  Peas are annual plants that live for one year. They are a cool-season crop farmed in many regions of the globe; planting may take place from winter to early summer, depending on the locale. On average, a pea weighs between 0.1 and 0.36 gramme. Peas (including the sensitive pod in snow peas) are eaten raw, frozen, or canned; variants of the species typically known as field peas are farmed

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How To Weigh Down Fake Plants

Introduction The primary purpose of weighing down a plant is to firmly keep the stable pot in place to not break the tall pot due to a sudden hit and too much heavy wind. Weighing down fake plants offers benefits other than breakage, so less labour in cleaning and collection and less harmful to your fake plant. Weighing down the pot is not a difficult way. You can do this

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How To Plant Capsicum At Home

Capsicum t is known by various names depending on location and type. Chilli peppers, or simply chilis, are the more pungent varieties.  In North America and South Africa, the large, mild form is called bell pepper plant, or by colour or both (green pepper, green bell pepper, red bell pepper, etc.), sweet pepper, or simply pepper in the United Kingdom, Ireland, and Malaysia, but capsicum in Australia, India, New Zealand,

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How to Plant Philadelphus Belle Etoile

Philadelphus is a genus of approximately 40 deciduous shrubs known as mock oranges that range from Eastern Europe to the Himalayas, East Asia, and North and Central America. They are cultivated for their fragrant flower. A Greek and Roman surname. The genus name is derived from the Greek word philadelphus, which means “loving one’s brother or sister.” According to the New York Botanical Garden, the genus name is derived from

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How To Transplant Aerogarden Plants

Introduction The purpose of transplanting a newly birth plant is to offer the plant more area to grow and to renew the soil, which can get depleted of nutrients over time. New soil provides plants with more complete nourishment, which improves the plant’s health and well-being. However, you must be attentive when removing the plant and transplanting it from one pod to another. So take care not to injure the

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How to Plant Philodendron Gloriosum

Philodendron gloriosum is a plant species in the Araceae family, genus Philodendron. It is a creeping, terrestrial plant native to Colombia with cordate (heart-shaped) and velutinous foliage, pink margins, and pale green, white, or pinkish veins.  It is a crawling Philodendron with heart-shaped green velvety foliage and pale to striking white veins that belongs to the genus Philodendron. We mean creeping on the ground when we say crawl. Philodendrons can

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How To Stop Plants From Growing Tall

After reading the headline, most people will question why somebody would want to prevent a tree from getting tall. However, this essay is for those of you who have at least one plant that your space can no longer handle due to its size. Most plants, particularly those planted for decorative reasons or indoors, are not permitted to develop to their full potential. Owners of such plants prefer that they

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How to Plant Seeds in Aquaponics

Aquaponics is a food production system that combines aquaculture and hydroponics. It is accomplished by feeding nutrient-rich aquaculture water to hydroponically-grown plants. Because all aquaponic systems are based on existing hydroponic and aquaculture farming techniques, the size, complexity, and types of foods grown in an aquaponic system can vary as much as any system found in either distinct farming discipline. One of the advantages of aquaponics is that it allows

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How to Plant Scotch Bonnet Pepper Seeds

How to Plant Scotch Bonnet Pepper Seeds Scotch Bonnet pepper seeds produce brightly coloured chile peppers widely used in Jamaican and other Caribbean cooking and have a flavour profile distinct from that of its close cousin, the Habanero. Scotch Bonnets must be used if you want the traditional jerk paste flavour. The fiery Red Scotch Bonnet pepper ripens from green to a bright red colour and forms a 1.5-inch wrinkly,

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