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How To Grow Cilantro

Cilantro is a parsley-type herb. When grown for leaves only, it is called cilantro but if allowed to continue growing

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Soil Health Explained

Healthy Soil for a Healthy Harvest Baüx’s main objective is to help you grow your own food and plant source, and in this blog post we wanted to touch on a subject that relates to such matters – soil. Healthy soil is an important part and vital priority in growing healthy food. In fact, one

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Growing In A Container Garden

Growing a container garden can help you grow fresh produce year round. Whether you have a small space in which to grow, or you want to keep your plants contained outdoors; there are different reasons why people choose to utilize containers for gardening. Grow tents are the perfect way to get started on your own

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Adding Variety To Your Garden: Purple Sweet Potatoes

When we think of growing an edible garden, we think of the ingredients we use in our daily routine, such as tomatoes, carrots, potatoes, sweet peas, peppers, celery, lettuce, cilantro, strawberries and other common edibles. All these ingredients work together to form our staple western diet. They’re readily available in the grocery store, farmer’s markets

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Indoor Lighting – Power vs. Plant

There is no way around it, the use of any indoor lighting for your plants is going to come with a cost, so understanding which lighting system is the most efficient and cost effective is important. LED lights are known to be initially more expensive, but are also considered to be more cost effective –

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Why Is Knowing Your pH So Important?

pH stands for “Potential Hydrogen” ions and uses a scale of 0-14 to tell us how acidic/basic something is.  In the case of gardening it’s the pH of your grow medium: whether that be soil, water, coco or another soilless medium.  Unlike most scales, this one starts in the middle and works outwards.  7 is

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How To Grow Cilantro

Cilantro is a parsley-type herb. When grown for leaves only, it is called cilantro but if allowed to continue growing to seed, it becomes what is called coriander. In this article, we will discuss cilantro. Cilantro grown hydroponically does well with the drip irrigation method, somewhat less light than some other crops and a wide variety of

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