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How To Start Your Vegetable Garden at Home?

Imagine if you could cook the food with vegetables produced in your backyard. You don’t have to go to the market to get the vegetables, but just walk a few steps to your garden, and there you have – fresh vegetables available for you! Sounds fascinating, isn’t it?

Terrace gardening or organic gardening is quickly catching up in the urban areas – thanks to the preserved vegetables and high prices.So, what is it to have a vegetable garden?

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How to Grow Tomato at home

As toxic residues are common in vegetables and prices going through the roof, it’s time we started looking for a solution closer home. With a little patience and attention, you can transform the space on your balconies, window sills, terraces and ledges into a kitchen garden. Apart from saving money, these ‘organic farms’ have numerous health benefits as well.

While most vegetables can be grown in this way, let’s begin with some tips on tomato-farming:

How to Grow Tomato at home

STEP 1: Choose a sunny spot.

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Grow Onions in Grow Bags

Onions are such a versatile vegetable to have for cooking. I use them in almost every recipe. Green bunching onions are especially tasty.

If you are looking for a way to eat more organic food, save money and be more self-reliant this is your answer – grow tasty onions in grow bags on your patio.

Onions can be started in cool weather and take approximately 110 days to grow to maturity.

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How to Grow Ginger

Ginger forms a part of everyday cooking in India. Called as adhrak in Hindi and Injee in Tamil, ginger is usually crushed and added to any dish to spice it up. Ginger tea is famous too. Its medicinal properties are well know and ginger helps clear common cold as well as digestion problems.

How to Grow Ginger
Growing ginger is very easy. When you hop to the vegetable store, look for ginger which has small sprouts coming out of it.

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Coco peat – Alternate Gardening

Coco peat (cocopeat), also known as coir pith. coir fibre pith, coir dust, or simply coir, is made from coconut husks, which are byproducts of other industries that use coconuts. Cocopeat primarily consists of the coir fibre pith or coir dust which is obtained by processing coconut husk and removing the long fibres. The cocopeat which is obtained can hold large quantities of water, just like a sponge. It is used as a replacement for traditional peat in soil mixtures,

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The Benefits of Using Mulch

One of the best ways to bet on a healthy garden, is to incorporate using some kind of mulch. Mulch comes in many forms, and doesn’t have to be expensive. The info-graphic below will help explain the in’s-and-out’s of using mulch in your vegetable garden.

“The most basic benefit of mulch is moisture retention. Yields are directly affected by the amount of water in the soil. And, in dryer climates where rainfall is scarce,

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