Saturday, February 29, 2020

Cabbages: How to get rid of diamondback moth or cabbage moth in summer

Cabbage is a winter crop, which thrives in cool weather though cabbages are generally consumed all year round. Some cook cabbages as green vegetables...

How to know how much water to irrigate your tomato plants?

So you want to learn about how much water your tomatoes need? well, always know that there is no specific formula that you should...

7 reasons why your onions are splitting and how to avoid onion doubling

Are your onion bulbs splitting? some call it doubling. The first symptom you notice when your onion doubles is the splitting of the basal plate....

Everything you need to know about growing tomatoes, from seed bed to harvesting

Tomatoes are a favourite vegetable for most farmers. They don't require much space, produce a high value for the amount of space and are...

How to grow watermelons: When to plant and how to feed your watermelon plants

The cantaloupe or muskmelon is a tender, warm-weather plant. Cantaloupes grow best in very warm to hot weather.Sow cantaloupe (muskmelon) seed in the...

How to grow cucumbers: Diseases and pests that affect cucumber farming

Cucumbers are tender annuals that grow best in temperatures ranging from 60° to 90°F (15°-32° C).Sow cucumber seed in the garden or set...

How to grow carrots: When to plant and how to plant carrots

Carrots are among the easiest garden vegetables to grow—and the most bountiful–given the right conditions. Grow carrots in the cool time of the year—spring and...

How to grow cabbages from seed: When to grow cabbages and diseases to watch...

Cabbage is a cool-weather crop. Grow cabbage in spring so that it comes to harvest before the summer heat or start cabbage in mid...

Tomato farming guide: How to plant, grow, and harvest tomatoes

America’s favorite vegetable is fairly easy to grow and will produce a bumper crop with proper care. Its uses are numerous, however, tomato plants...

Growing Bell Peppers: How to Plant, Grow, and Harvest Bell Peppers (Capsicums)

Peppers are a tender, warm-season crop. Here’s how to grow peppers in your garden! Peppers resist most garden pests and offer something for everyone: spicy,...