Tips for helping a good gardener become a great gardener

anilg By anilg, 15th Sep 2015 | Follow this author | RSS Feed
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Having a kitchen garden is good for health and wealth. These are some tips which will be proved very helpful in maintaining garden.

Tips to maintain kitchen garden

1. Moisture may be cause of disease and parasites on plants. If plants remains damp you may face problem of fungus. To control fungus you must be uses fungicide sprays. Prevention is better than cure so it is better to keep plants dry and aerated.
2. Handy twine dispenser is essential thing for garden. To make a twine dispenser take an old clay pot. Place ball of twine in it. Turn another clay pot upside down. Thread the twine through the drainage hole of the upside down pot. Now handy twine dispenser is ready, place it in garden at suitable place.
3. Insects are a big problem for garden. They can ruin garden. Dish washing soap is effective insets controller. If you find that insets are ruining your garden, fill spray bottle with water and add small quantity of dish soap. Spray it on infected plant. Repeat it as needed.
4. Trash is another problem of gardens. With vinegar you can prepare homemade weed killer. Vinegar is natural effective trash killer. To prepare it simply mix white vinegar in water. Fill up it in spray bottle and spray it in your garden. The solution of vinegar is also source of nutrients of plants.
5. Irrigation of garden is important to the most of your garden. Using too much water is not good for growth and health of plants. It is wastage of water. Always ensure proper watering of plants.
Above tips are much helpful to you to become a great gardener, but it depend how you apply these.


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author avatar peachpurple
17th Sep 2015 (#)

I had pests that eat up my plants, very annoying

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author avatar anilg
18th Sep 2015 (#)

Use cow urine or some pestisides made with neema.

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