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|Posted on February 27, 2015 at 1:22 PM||comments (0)|
Organic produce is both nutritious and tasty, far surpassing the typical supermarket selection of fruits and vegetables. Rather than eating store-bought fruits and veggies, you should try growing your own. Keep reading to learn how you can construct an organic garden of your own right in your house.
To keep your plants from getting shocked, you need to gradually introduce them to changes in temperature and conditions. Put them in the sun outside for a couple of hours during the first day. Over the week, try gradually increasing the time they're left outside. If you do this correctly, the plants should be able to make their final move at the end of a week's time.
When winter arrives, transfer some plants into the house to save them. You may be able to save your most resistant or expensive plants. Always be careful when digging around the roots, and put the plant in a suitable pot.
Try and maintain daily aerated and dried plants. Excess moisture creates an appealing environment for disease and parasites. Fungus infections are common in overly moist plants. You can rid your garden of fungi with fungicidal sprays. However, it is best to treat your garden before there are problems.
Don't you hate it how fresh mint leaves take over all of your garden, even though you love them? Stunt their growth a little by planting your mint into a garden container or large pot instead. This container can be placed in the soil if you prefer the look of mint in your garden, and it will continue to contain the roots of your mint and prevent it from taking over.
Stop wasting your money on produce that isn't up to standard. Utilize the advice you've read in this article and start growing fruits and vegetables of your own.