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horticulturist 17/08/09(Wed)17:27 No. 38
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what are good things to grow if you are new to gardening?


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horticulturist 17/08/13(Sun)11:40 No. 39
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>>38
Sprouts are one of my all favourite things to grow.
Same with Tomatoes, if you have a shed to hang them in to ripen them you can ripen them to the perfect consistency. They're pretty easy too.
Potatoes are good too if you have some spare tires hanging around, beans too.


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Zed 17/08/18(Fri)15:18 No. 42

Carrots, potatoes, beans,


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horticulturist 17/09/19(Tue)08:52 No. 48

easy;

LIGHT AND WATER

have land? FULL SUN.

takes all day sun; carrots tomatoes, legumes...

no land? FULL SHADE

pansies, houseplants, spiderwarts

most food production plants need full sun. that means 6+ hours of hot sun, daily. evening sun adds more energy than morning sun, so for example a partial shade/ part sun tolerant plant will produce more on a south or west side of a dwelling in the northern hemisphere.

apartment? lrn2pots and windowbox

most plants require this thing called "drainage"

drainage only matters when bacteria will eat up the fertilizer, producing toxins, or the roots need to breathe.

best bet: have a dish under your fully drained pot. reuse that water at will; don't let that water sit in the pot.

pretty basic.

>protip: hydroponics and aquaponics are too complex for most beginners. research container gardening.



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