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    How to Grow a Square Watermelon

    Here you can buy and download a PDF manual ( with pictures ) How to Grow a Square Watermelon
    Manuals are available following languages: Deutsch, English, Español, France, Italiano, Português, Srpski

  • How to grow melons 0 - 1
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    How to grow melons


    How to grow melons

    The succulent flavor of vine-ripened melons is worth the special effort it takes to grow them. Homegrown melons outshine those from the grocery store because melons pack up on sugar during their final days of growth—commercial melons just can’t compete because they’re picked a

  • How to Grow Tobacco


    How to Grow Tobacco

    Understanding Soil Conditions and Climate 1 Know that tobacco leaf will grow in almost every type of soil. Tobacco is an extremely hardy plant. It grows pretty much where any other agricultural crop will grow, although, as a rule of thumb, tobacco grows better in soils which drain well. The important thing

  • Sowing Corn and...


    Sowing Corn and Growing Tips:

    Corn is quite easy to grow, but it does need some extra attention throughout its growing season to get the best crop possible. Here are a couple of tips for planting corn and how to properly care for it, so you have the most success. Temperatures: Corn germinates poorly in cool soil, it likes warmer temperatures. Optimum

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    Sowing Instructions Tomatoes - Chili

    Site & Soil

    Tomatoes are warm-season plants and should be planted only after danger of frost has passed. Temperature is an important factor in the production of tomatoes, which are particularly sensitive to low night temperatures. Blossom drop can occur in early spring when daytime temperatures are warm,

  • Sowing Seeds that Need...

    Sowing Seeds that Need Light for Germination
    There's a general seed planting rule that says you should plant a seed to a depth that is 3 times its thickness. That means fat bean seeds can be planted 1-3 inches deep and tiny carrot seeds should be barely covered. Most seed packets will take the guess work out of the process and tell you how
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    Tips for substrate and sowing

  • Hardiness Zones

    Hardiness Zones
    The hardiness zones are informative: the extremes of winter cold are a major determinant of whether a plant species can be cultivated outdoors at a particular location; however, the USDA hardiness zones have a number of drawbacks if used without supplementary information.
    The zones do not incorporate summe
  • List of Plants,...


    List of Plants, Vegetables and Herbs light germinators, dark germinator etc.




    BOTANICAL NAME: Brassica oleracea, PLANT TYPE: Vegetable, SUN EXPOSURE: Full Sun, SOIL TYPE: Loamy, SOIL PH: Slightly Acidic to Neutral, FLOWER COLOR: White, BLOOM TIME: Spring. Cauliflower is a cool-season crop and a descendant of the common cabbage. It is more difficult to than its relatives because it does not

  • Propagation - Sowing Passiflora Seeds
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    Propagation - Sowing Passiflora Seeds:

    Soak the seeds in lukewarm water, 24-48 h. Always use sterilized planting soil. Moisten planting media. Place the seeds on the soil cover them 0,5 cm. Keep the soil moist, not wet. A bright, warm place, approx. 25 °C, for the seeds would be fine. Within 1-3 months the seeds will germinate, sometimes a bit longer. To improve germination, lightly sandpaper the seeds on one or both

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    Seeds Gallery Depth Planting Guide

    In general, seeds should be planted at a depth of two times the width, or diameter, of the seed.