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|Posted on June 25, 2015 at 5:15 PM||comments (0)|
A lot gardeners find the hobby to be both relaxing and therapeutic. Beginning gardeners need to know the answers to questions like when and what to plant, what type of soil is needed and what kind of gardening equipment they need to purchase. This article contains key pieces of advice for those interested in gardening.
Your plants need to adapt and must be gradually introduced to changes in temperature or condition. At first, only leave them outside for a brief period of time. Then over the next week, gradually increase the time they are in their new habitat. By the week's end, your plants should then be ready for the big move!
Save some plants in the winter by bringing them indoors. Try to save plants that are expensive or that are resistant enough to handle the transition. Carefully dig up the plants, using caution not to disturb the roots, then transfer into a pot.
You could try to boil weeds if you are trying to remain organic. The safest herbicide that you can probably find is a cup of boiling water. All you need to do is apply boiling water right to the weeds you want to get rid of. Be careful not to get any on the plants you want to keep. What this does it essentially kill the weeds by damaging their roots. The result is that those weeds are unlikely to regrow.
Be vigilant about keeping moisture off your plants. Many diseases, as well as most parasites, prefer moisture. A common parasite to plants is fungi. Be sure to prevent the growth of fungus with a spray that will inhibit their growth.
Gardening is very rewarding, but only after one has the tools and know-how to do it effectively. As long as you implement the tips and tricks that you learn, you will have great results. Employ the advice you've found above and you're sure to heighten your chances for gardening success.