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How to grow carrots in pots/containers at home/garden

One of the most common element of our daily consumption is carrot. People eat carrot as salad, as vegetable, soup, and for  many other purposes.  You know that a beginner can grow carrots at home if he is able to take care of plants and aware of circumstances and odd results. Don't worry it is not a difficult task but you have to be active from starting to the end of  the process. How to grow carrots at home or in the garden? I'm convinced that you are here to learn how to grow carrots  at home in containers. Let's start with the requirements first- Requirements to grow carrots at home Carrots can't grow in odd climate conditions, not in odd soil fertility, not even in odd water irrigation. If you want to grow carrots at home, you have to be careful and aware of the various stages of carrot plant growth.  Following are some of the fundamental requirements to grow carrots at home in containers/pots  Type of Containers/pots to grow carrots You can either use black plastic

How to grow brinjal plants from seeds in containers/pots at home/garden

Brinjal  is a very general vegeatable but most of the people don't know the benefits of it. Brinjal is full of antioxidants and minearls. It helps to balance the blood sugar level and can help to reduce heart diseases. People can grow fresh brinjals in their gardens, terrace or pots at home.  How to grow brinjal plants at home? Brinjal growing is a bit difficult in comparison to cucumber and broccoli growing in pots. Brinjal can have multiple diseases during mid growth. So it is important to deal with them with organic pesticides(avoid chemical ones).  Let's understand the entire process of growing brinjal plants in pots/containers at home-  Requirements to grow brinjals at home in containers Type of containers/pots Each time we see that if people grow plants/vegetables at home they use either plastic containers or thin plastic bags. One other alternative for plastic containers is hard loamy soil pots.  It depends on your choice that what kind of pots/containers you are going

How to grow broccoli in pots/containers at home/terrace/garden, season, care, and process

Most people become so conscious about their health after they get fat or overweight. They either try to eat nothing or they overexercise in a limited time. These two steps impact badly on the growth of the human body. You can't stop eating if you are overweight. You just need a good healthy diet and quality exercise.  Broccoli solves the problem of a light diet that satisfies the stomach equivalent. Broccoli is low in carbs, average in nutrients and most part of it is water.  It helps to make you go ahead to lose weight. You will not get fat after eating broccoli(almost 0% fat), so don't worry about it. How to grow broccoli in pots at home? You can easily grow broccoli in your garden, terrace, or in pots. Let's understand how to grow broccoli in pots/containers at home-  Requirements to grow broccoli at home Soil type, pH, and moisture to grow broccoli Any garden soil can use in broccoli production but it needs to get fertile first. The pH of such garden soil must be betwee

Grow cucumbers at home/Garden/Terrace in Canada(2022)

It is not an easy task to grow and care for any plant(without proper knowledge and experience) if you are going to grow them at your home or in gardens in Canada. How to grow cucumber at home in Canada(2022)? You are going to get a step-by-step guide from sowing, composting, watering, weeding, harvesting, and proper care of cucumber plants at your home in Canada. Required conditions to grow cucumber at home in Canada Let's start with the requirements- Soil type and pH You don't need a special kind of soil to grow cucumber. You can grow them in your garden soil too. You just need to add fix ratio of fertilizers and maintain plenty of moisture in the soil.  The pH of soil may be disturbed but you can use pure organic compost to maintain it between 6.5 to 7.6.   Compost and fertilizers You can easily make organic compost at your home or in the garden without any problem with minimum available resources.  You just have to use it before sowing seeds and after the plant gets mature a

Gir cow milk per day, price, identity, feeding, ghee, and use in dairy farming

Most people keep doubts in their minds that desi cows are not good to start a dairy farming business of high investment and low production of milk. But Gir cow is among those high milk-producing cows that can compete with HF and Jersey in some sense.    Gir cow and milk production in India Even after keeping a desi tag, Gir cows are either the first or the second choice to start dairy farming in most of the country regions in India. Gir cow milk and Ghee quality is very unique and high, feeding and caring are very affordable and easy to manage even in a small budget.  Gir cows are very productive and useful in Sustainable dairy farming projects. Gir cow identity Head and body structure Gir cow head is quite different from other desi cow breeds. Gir cow's forehead is Bulging out. Her horns are quite curved upwards. These horns are not so big but they are one of the signs to identify the Gir cow breed. Just beside horns, Gir cow ears rest downwards. Jersey cow eyes color is black but

Cultivation of Grapes, crop duration, project report, and yield per acre

China is the most grapes producer country with over 13 millions metric tonnes. In the recent five years, India holds  7 number position(2.9 million metric tonnes) in the world that produces the most grapes.  Grapes contains 80% water, 16% carbohydrates,Vitamin C, and Vitamin B6. Grapes mainly reduce the dryness in the body. Some people call it the "fruit of lazy people". But still grapes are very helpful and important for health.  Let's understand the Grape's cultivation following with sowing, weeding, irrigation, composting, harvesting, and marketing.  Grapes cultivation Grapes are vine plants that grow better on longer, wider, and higher platforms. One grape plant can last at least for the next four years at once sowing of grape cutting.  In a year, only a single crop can harvest from a grape plant vine. Then, the green plant gets dry and left its leaves for a few months. Then in the next season, the same dry plant appears with green bushy leaves and new fresh gra