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YOUR VERY OWN VEGETABLE GARDEN

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My Veggie Garden

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My Veggi Garden offers you a kit which helps in growing vegetables like Tomatoes, Brinjal, Chilli, Bhindi (Okra), Radish, Carrot and green salad plants like Palak (Spinach), Dhaniya (Coriander), Methi (Fenugreek) and Lettuce can be grown in a little space available at your home.

Home-grown Vegetables Are the Most Nutritious. The first finding is that fresh colourful vegetables have the most nutrition when compared to pre-packaged and prepared foods. The second is that naturally grown chemical free vegetables have more minerals and nutrients as compared to conventional chemically grown ones. By growing your own greens, you can ensure better health and nutrition for your dear ones as the produce is free from all harmful and toxic chemicals. Additionally, home grown vegetables certainly taste much better than the ones bought from the market. The fruits and vegetables grown in your garden will promote health because they are rich in nutrients, especially in phytochemicals, anti-oxidants, vitamin C, vitamin A and folate. Gardening gives you're a real sense of appreciation when you can see the bounty of your efforts.

Preparing the Soil
  • 1)  Make a bed with loose soil. Put well sieved mud in the pots
  • 2)  Add organic matter/ vermicomposting to improve aeration.
  • 3)  For growing in pot, sow 2-3 seeds in a pot.
Watering

All vegetables plants need constant moisture - some plants might need watering on daily basis. Avoid wetting the foliage because wet leaves might invite diseases.

Pests & Diseases

Using neem based products for controlling pests is always a good idea. Using organic pesticides help the plants to keep pests away.

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Crystal Jimenez ( United States – June 21, 2017 )

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