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Buy Seeds Online India | online Flower Seed Company | Flower Seeds, Vegetable Seeds

Buy Seeds Online India | online Flower Seed Company | Flower Seeds, Vegetable Seeds

  Kraft Seeds is a complete online seeds store offering flower seeds, Vegetables seeds, Herbs seeds , Flower Bulbs for home, Kitchen garden, hanging baskets

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Volunteers

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I love Volunteers of all kinds,be they animal,vegetable or human. My son and grandchildren help to pull weeds and harvest veggies and eggs. The chickens helped out by fertilizing my garden and since...

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First Post...

I am a new member just trying to successfully grow a vegetable and flower garden using three 600 gallon circular smartpots and a 3'x22' in ground space. Right now my concern are the pumpkin plants. I...

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Hawk Moth

Hawk Moth

I was doing my daily inspections of my tomato plants, and found a HUGE hawk moth on the base of one of my tomato plants.  I removed it and sprayed the plants down with soapy water.  I have an...

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Parsnips 101 - Plant to Harvest - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Straight to the Point

Parsnips 101 - Plant to Harvest - The Wisconsin Vegetable Gardener Straight to the Point

Parsnips may not be the most known vegetable in the home garden but it is easy to grow Joey shows and talks about how to plant to harvest the root crop and tips to make them grow better.

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Cheap way to heat my greenhouse in the winter? Colorado

I have a 14' x 14' foot greenhouse I just built from used wood pallets. I would like to grow veggies all winter long, but it gets below freezing on average here in the winter. Looking for some Green...

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CONTAINER GROWN TOMATOES

We've had at least 4 storms this week, over 2" of rain. I added 1T of lime when planting about a month ago, to containers 5gal-25gal. Thinking that the rains may have washed away a part of the...

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Bothered by a bug!

I have a strange bug or larvae that is coming up out of the ground, and stealing my pumkin leaves to the point that it has kill them all. I was wondering if anyone knows what bug this may be and what...

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Grow Lettuce All Year Long in a Greenhouse - Gothic Arch Greenhouses

Grow Lettuce All Year Long in a Greenhouse - Gothic Arch Greenhouses

Nutritious fresh lettuce can be grown in a greenhouse all year-round. Most lettuce varieties prefers cool weather and may develop spindly growth in conditions with a  higher temperature range...

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Beneficial MicroOrganisms

Beneficial MicroOrganisms

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Mycorrhizal Fungi are beneficial microorganisms who form mutualistic relationships with the root systems of about 95% of all plants. The term mycorrhizae is from the Greek words meaning fungus...

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Help! I need an asparagus expert!

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I planted several Jersey Giant crowns in a trench of good organic soil. I was expecting several shoots from each crown to emerge at roughly the same time, at which point I would put a couple more...

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Are Styrofoam Boxes safe to grow vegetables in?

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Some feedback is that the toxins in the styrofoam eventually breakdown, leach into the soil - and therefore end up in the vegetables grown in them. Is this correct?

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How to Grow Garlic at Home

How to Grow Garlic at Home

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If you have ever cooked with garlic then you already know the wonderful aroma garlic emits. Whether you are frying garlic up to mix with some onions for a steak or adding garlic to a sauce, garlic is...

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5 Reasons Why You Need to Add Raised Beds

5 Reasons Why You Need to Add Raised Beds

If you are looking for a great way to grow fresh veggies, fruits or herbs at home, and want to make it a little easier on yourself (and in many cases your back), raised beds are a great way to go...

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my plants are dying, why?

my plants are dying, why?

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I planted these plants the second week of march. they were doing good until now. they are dying and I dont know why. This is my first vegetable planting so I'm not to sure what to do with them when...

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composting vacuum dirt and dog hair and worm "tea"

Is it possible to add to my compost pit the refuse from my vacumn bag, which contains dirt and dog hair? Also, we have a three worm bin with a bottom one that collects the water drainage. I have been...

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Storing Your Vegetable Seeds

Storing Your Vegetable Seeds

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There are a number of manufacturers and suppliers of Vegetable Seeds. Farms that sell vegetable seeds in large quantities to vegetable seed distributors to smaller clearing house vegetable seed...

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vegetables

As we are just coming into spring I am planning my vege garden. Its not very big but I have apple,and pear trees,berries and hazelnut trees to work around. This year I am concentrating on companion...

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Add Some Grapes to your Home Vegetable Garden

Add Some Grapes to your Home Vegetable Garden

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Every year I try to add something new to my vegetable gardening experience. Whether it is building a new raised bed, growing a different variety of fruit, vegetable or herb, I am huge fan that...

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White worms

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I found a bunch of little white worms in the soil of my tomato plant, which is in a pot. How can I get rid of them? I am currently using diatomaceous earth, but not sure it will work. Any other...

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