MAKE THE BEST USE OF ROOFTOP AND AVAILABLE SPACE. GROW YOUR FAVOURITE PLANTS
VEGETABLES , FRUITS, FLOWERS, TREES, HERBS, ORCHIDS ! GROW ANY PLANT ON ROOFTOP SAFELY , EASILY WITH BIOWORLD ROOFTOP GARDEN KIT
Bioworld makes it very simple to grow any vegetable on rooftop or back yard. Please follow the tips and get good harvest.
Basic tips for growing vegetables in containers and roof tops
Sun - Most vegetables need full sun – that means at least six hours of direct sunlight a day.
Water – Vegetable plants need water and some like tomatoes need lots of it. However, you don't want to drown your plants. The goal is to keep your soil moist but not wet. To figure out if your plants need water, stick your finger down into the soil, about an inch, or up to your first knuckle. If the soil feels dry, add water, and if you're not sure, wait and check later in the day. At the height of summer, you probably will have to water at least once, sometimes twice, a day. Proper watering may be the single most important and hardest part of vegetable container gardening. Always try to water in the morning. If you water in the evening, there is a chance that water stays on leaves leading to some fungal infections. Always water the soil and not the leaves.
Heat: Vegetables need hot climate. Make sure you have adequate heat. If it is very hot outside, then you may need a shade to cover the pots.
Soil - Quality potting soil is really important for vegetables. Don't use soil from your garden, because it will compact in your container and won't drain water properly. Also, one of the reasons to garden in containers is so you won't have to deal with weeds. Chances are pretty good that if you use garden soil, you will be importing weeds into your container. Use organic potting soil because studies have shown that there are many benefits to growing produce organically, including better taste and a higher percentage of antioxidants and Phytochemicals.
Fertilizer - Plants need food to thrive, and their food is fertilizer. Please use only organic fertilizer for better quality results. Also note that too much fertilizer can burn the roots. Optimal dosage of fertilizer is required, so go label on the fertilizer.
Drainage - Drainage is the key to keep plants from drowning. You want your pot or container to let excess water out of the bottom, so your plants won't sit in water or soggy soil. Make sure your container has one large hole or several smaller ones. You can usually drill holes if the drainage is insufficient. Also, if your pot is sitting on a hard surface, the hole can plug up, so elevating your pots with pot feet is also a good idea.
Nutrition Deficiency: It is important to know to identify deficiencies in plant nutrition. check the chart
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