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How to grow Fenugreek/Methi Greens in your Garden

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Fenugreek or Methi leaves are very easy to grow from seeds in pots or ground at home,even indoors.   Methi or Fenugreek (Trigonella foenum-graecum) is a half-hardy annual herb indigenous to Western Asia. It has been grown for many centuries in the Mediterranean region and can be found in many commercially prepared curry powder. Learn how to grow fenugreek/methi in 7 easy steps. Growing fenugreek is easy if you’ll follow the tips given in this article. Buy best quality seeds from online store. The seeds are brown in colour which are irregular in shape. Soak the seeds overnight to increase germination...

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How to Protect Your Plants During a Harsh Summer.

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Summer might be very hash to the plants. Many saplings might dry out due to the heat of the sun. To prevent this there is a simple hack where you can protect saplings and small plants drying out in summer.   Cover a terracotta pot on the seedlings or saplings when the temperature is high for some time which protects the seedlings from drying.   Remember - Do not place the pot in the morning as morning sunlight is necessary for the plants to grow.   

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How to Grow Cabbage at Home

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Cabbage growing is easy but sometimes small things can hamper it's growth. Check out simple methods to grow cabbage at home in pots.  1. Purchase a cabbage seeds at Trustbasket and choose container with a depth of 12 inches and a diameter of 18 inches2. Fill up the pot with potting soil and Plant the cabbage plant deep enough that the second leaf is just above the surface of the soil.3. Place the container where the cabbage is exposed to sunlight for at least 6 hours per day.4. As cabbage is a cool season crop, should not leave the soil to...

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Simple Gardening Tips and Tricks

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1. Use Sticky Cellophane Tape to get rid of Garden PestsInstead of using water to remove the small insect pests which sticks underneath the leaves and on the stem, wrap the sticky tape in such way that the sticky side on top and remove the pests easily.   2. Don't use garden soil as potting soil in containers. The quality and texture of the garden soil is variable and it may drain poorly or too loose and drain too quickly. It is also more likely to contain diseases, weed seeds and insects. Follow trustbasket.com for more tips.  

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How to grow Capsicum in your House Garden

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Here are few tips to grow capsicum in your home. 1. Buy capsicum seeds (either red or green) which is kidney shaped and brownish in color. 2. Choose a tray pot, make sure the container has large holes so the water can drain away freely and also pick up available moisture from the storage tray. 3. Sow the seeds in 2 inch depth with the temperature of around 20 to 25°C.4. The plant requires full sun to grow. The seeds requires 3-4 days to germinate.5. Capsicum is a slow growing plant, after 2 weeks of growth pinch off the leaves...

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