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Pointed gourd cultivation | How to grow pointed gourd | Parwal

Cultivation of Pointed gourd Pointed gourd (TrichosanthesdioicaRoxb., Cucurbitaceae) is a nutrient-rich tropical crop, which is native to the Indian subcontinent, and it is cultivated in different parts of India and Bangladesh. It is known by many names, such as the Pointed Gourd in English, Parwal, parval in Hindi, Gujarati and in Marathi paraval, Patol in Bengali and assamese, chedupotla in …

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How to grow Ridge Gourd at home | Ridge Gourd care

Growing Ridge Gourd There is a summer season and early spring is full of green vegetables till late spring. Ridge Gourd is the only vegetable of the summer season that you would like to plant in your garden. You can easily grow it in your patio or the containers. Ridge Gourd is a member of the cucumber family and contains plenty …

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A simple way of growing and care of Lima Beans | Butter Beans

  Lima beans can be perennials and it can be grown in the annual crop. Lima beans are known by many names such as butter beans and chad beans. They grow like green beans and take more time to mature. Lima beans are being planted in Peru for over 600 years in namesake Lima, Peru.  This tender is annual and …

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Easy tips to Growing Kohlrabi at home | Nature Bring

Easy tips to Growing Kohlrabi at home | Nature Bring Written by: Sarita Parashar              Date: 28.10.2017 Kohlrabi is a popular vegetable; it is well known in both taste and health. Kohlrabi prefers the presence of the full sun, it flourishes very well in rich and well-drained soil. This is a great cool-season crop, which you can grow in spring and …

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Growing Heirloom Tomatoes easy steps by Nature Bring

Heirloom Tomatoes There are hundreds of heirloom tomatoes, because of which it is easy to choose. It also comes in many colors, of which red, yellow, orange, green, white and violet are prominent. The flavor, color, and texture of the heirloom tomato are different from regular tomatoes. It has been developed for a long time, which is full of antioxidants, …

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How to make your own Bonsai tree | Nature Bring

About Bonsai tree: When we see the largest growth of trees in a small way, it is very surprising how the giant tree is so small. The bonsai tree does not get it, the tree has to make a bonsai. Nowadays it seems to be an integral part of modern art. The Chinese word Penzai is the Japanese pronunciation of …

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Use tea bags and make your gardens healthy | Tea Bags in the Garden

Use Tea Bags and boost your gardens | Tea Bags in the Garden Written by: Sneha                                    Date: 10/09/2017 We all start the morning with your tea every day and throw the tea bags we use. Do you know the tea bags that you …

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How to use Biochar in the garden | Improve your garden soil

How to use Biochar in the garden | Improve your garden soil Written by: Ramchandra Bhatia                        Date: 03/09/2017 Biochar is a unique way to fertilize plants. It improves soil, helps in increasing the production by reducing the need of water and fertilizer. Biochar enhances its production capacity by amending the soil. It helps in climate change by removing harmful carbon …

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10 ways you prevent the Plant Diseases | Create a healthy environment

10 ways you prevent the Plant Diseases | Create a healthy environment Written By: Chitadeep Ashok                                                               Date: 29/08/2017 When our garden is flourishing, we are very happy to see it, …

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7 Steps to Get Rid of Blossom end rot of Tomatoes | Prevention and Control

7 Steps to Get Rid of Blossom end rot of Tomatoes | Prevention and Control Written by: Chitradeep Ashok                          Date: 13.08.2017 Blossom end rot is a destructive disease mainly seen in tomato and pepper, it is also destructive. This is a perennial problem, it sometimes also damages crops like watermelon, eggplants, cucumber, and squash. Blossom end rot means when you …

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