Different Types Of Fertiliser
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Different Types Of Fertiliser

Different Types Of Fertiliser Soil amendments are made by adding fertiliser to the soil but there are different types of fertilisers. There is bulky organic fertiliser, such as cow manure, bat guano, bone meal, organic compost and green manure crops. And then there is also chemical fertiliser which is also referred to as inorganic fertiliser and is made up with…

Growing Cauliflower

Growing Cauliflower

Growing Cauliflower Many cultivars of cauliflowers have been developed over the years and these days the Australian varieties such as Wallaby and the Snowball which is very adaptable to various conditions. The Wallaby cauliflower even allows for out of season cultivation. Other cultivars include the Boomerang, the Canberra, the Early Erfurt, the Snowcap and the…

Growing Carrots

Growing Carrots

Growing Carrots Carrots are commonly available vegetables and in many cases it is taken for granted. However, if we stop to think a bit about carrots then we can truly be astonished at this little powerhouse. Carrots are packed with nutrients, anti-oxidants, and beneficial qualities. Carrot origins can be traced to the Afghanistan region as…

Growing Beetroot

Growing Beetroot There are few things prettier than a beetroot with its dark red stems and bright green leaves that resemble beautiful umbrellas with dark red lacework on the edges. As a vegetable the beetroot is attractive enough to earn its place as a huge asset in any type of garden. Just imagine how eye-catching…

Pleione orchids (Windowsill Orchids)

Growing Pleione orchids (Windowsill Orchids) The Pleione Orchid is a terrestrial temperate orchid group of around twenty five cool and alpine growing orchids that prefers cool conditions. They originate from areas such as East and Southeast Asia, more specific Taiwan, China and the Himalayas (Nepal) where they thrive on the rocky outcrops and close to the snow line at the edges of woods and forests. These orchids…