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Imagine the idea of plucking your own herbs and vegetables.No, you don’t have to go to a faraway place, but be right in your homes! More and more people are taking to redefining the idea of fresh greens and vegetables and shrinking the distance between the ingredients and the pan. This is the idea behind launching “Veg Sanjivani” kitchen garden vegetable seeds. Mint, Coriander, Curry Patta, Chillies and all herbs you can think of, even vegetable plants like Tomato, Capsicum and Lady Fingers can be easily nurtured at home. If we grow our own green, we will have health, happiness and knowledge. Home grown vegetables certainly taste much better than bought ones. Anyone who has tasted tomatoes and cucumbers from the home garden won't want to go back to eating store-bought produce.You can grow many things in the little space available at your home. You can grow fruiting vegetables like Tomatoes, Brinjal, Chili, Capsicum, Bhindi etc. and green salad like Lettuce, Palak, Coriander, Methi, Garlic, Ginger, Radish, Carrot, and Onion etc.
Plan your vegetable garden.
Most of all the Vegetables you can grow round the year, except all roots vegetable which are grown in August to December.
Purchasing Kitchen Garden Vegetable seeds: Purchase high quality KGP veg seeds from Basant Agro Tech (I) Ltd under the brand name “Veg Sanjivani” all vegetable seeds are readily available.
Preparing the soil: Once your planning is completed, you can start preparing the soil. The more time and effort that you put in this step, Dig up the compacted soil to prepare the bed. Good soil for your plants is an important first step in gardening. Well rotten farm yard manure or compost should be applied as it is a rich natural source of nutrients. Clayey soils are rich in nutrition, but they lack aeration & drainage, adding sandy loam or builder’s sand can help to grow vegetable planting better. You can also add organic matter to improve aeration & drainage.
Container garden soil should be replaced every year to replace lost plant nourishment and to eliminate pest & diseases that may find their way into the soil. Use cocopeat, builder sand, vermicompost and humic acid granules while preparing soil for container (Pot) plantation.
Seeding Time: Transplanting is ideal for container gardening or backyard gardening; plant them carefully so you don’t harm their tender roots. Make hole at a required spacing to plant seedling. Transplanting should be done late afternoon, after transplanting light irrigation should be given for better and quick establishment. The term "transplanting" means shifting of a plant from one soil or culture medium to another. It may refer to the shifting of small seedlings from the seedbed to other containers where the plants will have more space for growth.
Fertilizing: There are many chemical fertilizers in the market but liquid organic fertilizers will be much better for you. Placing fertilizer too near seedlings or young plants should be avoided.
Watering: All vegetable plants need constant moisture; some plants might need watering a daily basis. Avoid wetting the foliage because wet leaves might invite diseases.
Controlling weeds: Weed is one of the worst problem in a vegetable garden, weed grow much faster than vegetable competing for the nutrients. Pulling the unwanted weeds is the best way to get rid of this problem.
Pest & Diseases: Protecting the plantation against insect-pest & diseases, non-chemical method should be preferred. The most experts suggest that for clean cultivation, the defoliated (dry leaves) materials in the kitchen garden should be collected and buried in soil. If insect or diseases do strike your plants, go for the safest botanical or microbial pesticides.
Extra Tips...
Lettuce, spinach, coriander, radish, beet, onion requiring little space and are grown in a small kitchen garden.
Leafy vegetables can be grown in a partial shade but vegetable producing fruits must be grown in direct sunlight.
The garden must receive adequate sunlight for at least six hours as under shade, vegetable. The water source should be available in the garden as vegetables require regular and judicious water for irrigation and washing. The garden soil should be well drained.
If you do decide to grow vegetables in pots, be sure that the pots are large at least 1 to 1.5 ft diameter, because the roots for vegetables run deep. If you get pots that are not large enough, your vegetables will not grow properly. Also, be sure that the pots are placed in an area that has access to at least partial sunlight and are watered regularly.
The aim of the Kitchen Garden Program is pleasurable food education for young children. we have a chance to positively influence children’s food choices and help to encourage healthy eating habits.
Don’t make gardening into more work than it needs to be. Your garden doesn’t need to be perfect. You will achieve a substantial return on your investment. Pick a favorite fruit or vegetable, plant a few seeds, and have fun watching them grow to maturity.
You can work peacefully and efficiently if you have a complete tools and equipment in your nursery. You don’t need big amount to start collecting your tools and equipment. You can visit some agriculture stores for garden tools and buy at bargain those that are not so costly.
As a gardener, you’ve to follow this slogan” Use the Right Tool to the Right Job” to make your gardening work successful.
5 Tips on Daily Care ...
Just as you are wished every morning by the golden sun, Wish your plants a good morning, as you would your little one.
Check the underside of leaves, for aphids and mealybugs, Save your plants by nipping those pests off the buds.
Check for moisture in the soil, it should be moist not wet, Water plants only when necessary, excess water could be a threat.
Check for excessive growth, have your plants timely pruned, A cut here and a trim there will render them festooned.
Always keep the soil covered with straw or leaves dried, Then see your green family turn into, your prized possession and pride!
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