Checklist to Germination Troubles

Checklist to Germination Troubles

To Wet Seed needs to be damp, not wet, for germination. Excess water prevents oxygen getting to the seed. Poorly drained soils may also have a high incidence of soil fungus diseases. The condition of wet soils can be improved with the addition of peat and compost and...

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How to use Peat Pot

How to use Peat Pot

DESCRIPTIONS Horti Peat Pots are excellent for raising plants from seeds or cuttings and for growing on seedlings of flowers or vegetables to a stage well in advance of the usual size for planting out. Horti Peat Pots are manufactured from compressed peat moss and...

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How to use Coco Disc

How to use Coco Disc

STEP BY STEP Fill a container with a glass of water. Place the whole Coco Disc into the containers. About 20 - 30 minutes, the Coco Disc will grow it’s size to a growing media. Transfer the Coco Disc to a pot. Place seeds directly on it’s surface then press them into...

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Seeds are living things

Seeds are living things

种子是生物 Seeds are living! They are just typically in a dormant state, which means they require very little of the resources necessary to stay alive, until they are in the appropriate conditions to grow.                  ...

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Gro~Plus – Fast Food for Plants

Gro~Plus – Fast Food for Plants

Guide to garden fertilising Premium-grade concentrated fertiliser. Complete, high-analysis fertiliser. For flowers, vegetables, citrus, lawns, orchids and shrubs.        

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How to Grow Wheat Grass at Home

How to Grow Wheat Grass at Home

Picture 1 Picture 2 Wheatgrass Juice is one of the best sources of living chlorophyll available today. However, to get the full benefit, the chlorophyll must come fresh from a living plant. Wheatgrass juice contains up to 70% chlorophyll, which is an important blood...

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