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Cucumber plants are ready for planting when 30-38cm (12-15in) high with eight to ten leaves formed, although smaller plants are often set out with great success
The first task of the young tomato plant is to establish itself successfully, and to achieve this the roots must develop out from the root ball into the growing
Cabbage can be planted by hand or mechanically. For hand planting, the best tool is a home-made miniature hoe.
When it comes to fertilising tomatoes after planting, much will depend on what fertiliser you used in the pre-planting stages and the condition of the soil.
Lettuce Varieties – How to Grow Lettuce Plant. The basis of almost any salad is the lettuce, which can be grown anywhere in the British Isles
Wondering if you can grow a mango plant indoors? Yes, you can. It may never bear fruit, but it makes an attractive house plant and can be a fun project.
Dear Modern Farmer, I’m thinking about planting blackberry bushes in my yard, and it’s got me curious about the longevity and lifespan of fruit plants
When planting lettuce, it is very important to ensure that the soil is sufficiently moist to reduce transplant shock.
With Swiss chard, the cork-like ‘capsule’ that you plant is actually the fruit, which contains up to four seeds.
Although beans are generally a quick and easy crop to grow, problems can occur before the plant emerges.