Category Archives for "Vegetables"

16 of the Black Vegetables For Your Garden

Black Vegetables For Your Garden Purple Potato

Are you planning to create a very unusual, impressive and eye-catchy garden? Why don’t you try growing black vegetables? Aside from being unique, they also contain high nutrients which are advantageous to your health. 

Planting black vegetables for your garden is similar to growing other kinds of plants. They need basic care, such as having sufficient sunlight, air, and rich soil, for them to grow and germinate. 

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How to Build A High Pressure Aeroponics System? Follow these 5 steps

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What is Aeroponics?

Are you looking for alternative ways of growing plants? I have always loved gardening, but due to lack of space had to restrict my choices. One day, I met a person who was using aeroponics to grow plants. It was exciting, and I started to research more about it. I soon realized that aeroponics is one of the types of hydroponic systems. It works on a simple concept, though it is probably more technical than the other methods. I have been tinkering around with high-pressure aeroponic systems for a long time and have achieved excellent results.

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How Many Potatoes per Plant? 5 Things To Know!

How Many Potatoes per Plant

Potatoes are Special!

Don’t you love the crispy fries and mashed potatoes? Or, baked and roasted potatoes with herbs! Potatoes are mouthwatering and yummy in every way! I love potatoes in every way possible! We had potatoes growing in our grandfather’s farm, and my grandmother could churn out all kinds of delicious dishes with them. But, this kept me wondering, “ How many potatoes per plant yield?”

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11 of the Climbing Vegetables That are Easy to Grow and Harvest

Climbing Vegetables Easy to Grow and Harvest Pole Beans

If you have been planning to grow your own foods or make an extra income through planting, you should consider climbing vegetables. These are definitely a good option in terms of fast growth, effortless maintenance and bountiful harvest.

Most climbing vegetables are vines, which make them easy to place in a container with support so they grow vertically or through a wired or wooden fence or even trellis that you may build and install on your own. This idea is beneficial in terms of saving some space.

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