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How to Grow Vegetables at Home

how to grow beetroot, Beetroot seeds are much like Swiss Chard. They are best planted directly in the place you want them.
It's important to keep the soil moist around the seedlings.
In five to eight days after planting them, you will see the little leaves. click for more
How to Grow Cauliflower at Home, The seed are small balls, blackish grey, and they germinate quickly when planted in a seedbed or tray.
The soil will need a lot of compost. Cabbage is a heavy feeder.
Transplant the seedlings when they are about 8 - 10 cm tall. click for more
How to Grow Onion at Home, It takes 9 months (summer to spring) for an onion to reach maturity from seed.
Usually you can plant the little black seeds in beds and then transplant them when they are about 3 months old.
When Onions start to bulb (8 months), you can push the stems over gently, and this will help with the formation of large robust bulbs click for more
How to Grow Potato at Home, Potatoes can be planted early in the early season to get the first crop then a later variety to get the late season crop
They grow in full sun and take approximately 5 months from potato eye wedges to harvest.
Warm soil helps against rotting.
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How to Grow Radish at Home, Radish is the easiest, quickest vegetable to grow.
They can take 21 days under optimal conditions to reach maturity.
Plant fresh seed every two weeks to ensure you always have Radish ready-to-eat.

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How to Grow Swiss Chard at Home, Swiss Chard is very hardy and a heavy feeder.
A heavy feeder takes a lot of nutrients out of the ground.
Swiss Chard needs a lot of compost to help keep the soil fertile.

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How to Grow Turnip at Home, Make sure the soil is loose for their deep roots. The seeds pop out of the ground very quickly.
They really enjoy lots of rich compost in the soil to thrive.
You can plant the seeds in rows, about one centimetre under the soil.
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How to Grow Carrot at Home, Loosen the soil up with a fork before you plant so that the carrots roots can move down into the soil easily while growing. Dampen the soil before you put the seeds in.
You need to make little drills no deeper than 2cm to plant carrot seeds.
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How to Grow Cucumber at Home, The seeds of a cucumber go straight into the soil where you want it to grow.
Add 5-8 seeds to a hole dug twice the depth of the seed.
To get a better yield, each cucumber seeds should be planted in hills
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Parsnip Nutritional Benefits, Pasnip seed is flat round and brown which you can scatter on the ground where you want them to grow.
Add lots of compost to the soil before you plant your parsnips.
Use a fork to loosen the ground before sowing the seed, without turning the soil, so the roots can penetrate easily.
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How to Grow Pumpkin at Home, The pumpkins tear shaped seeds are planted in a mound in the garden.
Add lots of compost to the mound.
Four to six pumpkin seeds can be planted in each mound.
Allow 3-4 meters between the mounds.
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Sweet Potato Nutritional Benefits, Sweet Potatoes like a lot of compost added to the soil.
They need little attention while they grow.
Make sure you have enough space for them as they can spread far and wide.
Once the sweet potatoes are established in your garden, they will come up year after year.
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How to Grow Tomato at Choose a tomato variety that is a tall growing and that can be staked if space is limited.
Choose a tomato variety that will do well in a cage if you have space in the garden.
A tomato that does well in a cage variety grows in a bush.
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How to Grow Zucchini at Home, Plant Zucchini seeds directly in the place where they will grow to maturity.
Seeds are planted as early as possible in Spring.
Zucchini don't like their leaves wet, except by rain. Always water them at ground level, taking care not to wet the leaves.
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