It is often difficult to gauge how much water for container garden plants is necessary. There is a fine line between drought and soggy soil, and either one can be detrimental to plant health. Summer is the most difficult time for container plant watering. Some tips and hints can help the gardener determine when to water container plants. Container Plant Watering: How Much And How Often To Water Potted Plants.
The Indian cropping season is classified into two main seasons-(i) Kharif and (ii) Rabi based on the monsoon. The kharif cropping season is from July –October during the southwest monsoon and the Rabi cropping season is from October-March (winter). The crops grown between March and June are summer crops.
Companion planting refers to the practice of planting more than one crop in the row or planting a different crop between two rows of a like crop. It is theorized that or aroma of certain plants are inhibitory to some diseases or insects. Companion cropping can effectively use garden space and is particularly useful with small gardens. If companion cropping is used, select companions with care to avoid shading or excessive, competition for water and nutrients. Vegetable Companion crop Antagonist Asparagus Tomato, parsley, basil Beans Potato,
Imagine if after some days or after few years the waste pickers stop coming to pick up the waste from your lane, apartments or complex or it may happen that there will be no landfill area left to dump our daily waste. Then have you imagined what will happen????
Gardening acts as a Stress Buster! Have you ever been in garden with your parents or grandparents in your childhood?? You would have experienced the joy and happiness of a flower blooming and tales recited by our grandparents… Eventually the thought itself brings a smile on our face. Let’s get the beauty and joy of gardening back and reduce the stress from our daily life.
Every Novice initially while starting with something new will make mistakes and learn from the mistakes to excel in a particular activity. Gardening is also similar, needs experience and patience to convert a vacant space into a lush green garden. Learning from others mistakes is a smart way of gardening.
Eight Must Have Organic Nutrients for Urban Gardening Why Plants need Nutrients?
Nature though depletes, is still the place humans crave for a holiday, relaxation, relieving their stresses and getting a positive vibe. However, the shortage of spaces with urban civilization has left them with fewer spaces for sustaining a garden near them. Terrace gardens are therefore gaining a lot more importance than before.
Setup your urban organic terrace or balcony garden using metal stand to beautify and provide aesthetic look, increases the garden space and make gardening easy, beautifully display plants, flowers, and garden decorations on a multi-level planter stand for garden lovers. The metal stands can be of different types which can be used indoor, outdoor and patio.
Here are some balcony gardening tips that are helpful in creating a fabulous garden in your balcony& convert your empty balcony into a luscious garden.
Organic gardening means synthetic or inorganic fertilizers or pesticides are not used. There are arrays of tools you can use to support you in gardening and plant health. You can start at your home on terraces or balconies, with just a single plant or two. Don't worry if things aren't perfect right away.
Have you ever wondered whether gardening was worth the time and effort for you and your child! Gardening offers so many fun and interesting opportunities for children and you, and teaches them invaluable lessons which build a bonding. The plantation makes the children build up their immune system, enhances the physical and mental development of the child.
Urban Terrace Farming- It’s a healthy way of life. It makes one more aware of the environment and hence empathetic towards the earth and life. Urban Terrace Farming is defined as growing fruits, vegetable and herbs in cities. Terrace gardening also comes under urban farming. Terrace farming is a personal or family based activity at their home. However in some cases community gardening is also done in terraces of public buildings which have huge amount of space.
Potting mix, is also called potting media or soil, is a blend of various nutrient ingredients used to cultivate plants. Often containing a combination of organic nutrients of micro, macro and trace elements. It’s an essential element for all stages of plant growth, a complete media for urban gardening or farming. The main feature of potting mix is its ability to retain moisture within a container that contains a plant.