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Water plants oftenCarrots need to stay well watered, especially when they're newly planted seeds. In fact, the first few weeks before the seeds have sprouted is a critical time when they need to be kept moist. After they've sprouted, they'll need about one inch of water a week. If you're not getting enough rainfall, make sure to go out and water them yourself to ensure that you'll grow healthy carrots. Loosen the soilCarrots are root vegetables. How they grow depends a lot on what's in the soil below the green part of the plant. If their soil is compacted or...

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Moringa or Moringai (tamil) trees grow easily from seeds or cuttings. They grow quickly even in poor soil and bloom 8 months after planting. To grow from a cutting:Make a cutting at least 1" (2.5cm) in diameter and at least six feet (1.8m) long.Dig a hole 3 ft. (1m) x 3 ft. (1m) and 3 ft. (1m) deep.Place cutting in this hole and fill with a mixture of soil, sand and Just Grow's composted manure. Pack firmly around base of the cutting. Form a slight dome or cone shape, sloping down away from the cutting. It is desirable that water...

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Use a large pot(as large as possible) or container with drainage holes in the bottom. Use loose well-draining soil. Plant one tomato plant per pot with the mixture of Just grow's potting mix or with the combination of red soil, coco peat, Organic manure and Organic root boosters. Place the pot in a sunny spot with 6 to 8 hours of full sun a day. Keep soil moist. Water the plant everyday and during the summer you must need to water them twice to keep them moist. Once the plant is grown, for every 10 to 14 days you need...

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Planting seeds in eggshells. When it’s time to transplant the young plants outdoors, place them in the soil, eggshell and all. Crush the eggshells a bit and they will provide nourishment to the soil and your growing plants. Avoid using plastic trays and plastic pots. Planting is an art but it will be really great if we can avoid plastic materials as much as possible. Use coir germination cups , old news paper bags and egg trays and egg shell for Germination. Save Environment.  

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Just Grow's Panchagavya consists of nine products Cow dung, Cow urine, Milk, Curd, Jaggery, Ghee, Banana, Tender Coconut and Water - Panchagavya possess all the major nutrients, micro nutrients and growth hormones (IAA & GA) required for plant growth It is known to boost immunity and promote plant growth. Cow dung and cow urine are the key ingredients of the preparation. It is usually mixed with water and is used to irrigate the fields. It can also be used as a spray. - Mix 30 ml of Panchagavya in 1 L of water and spray on plants - Seeds can be immersed in the...

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