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Re-Growing Celery

Re-Growing Celery
Did you know that you can grow another complete celery stalk from the bottom piece that you cut off and throw away? This is new to me, too, but I have been doing it this year and it works! I use a lot of celery when cooking and I hope to save quite a bit by re-growing it throughout the spring and summer. When I bring the celery home, I cut the end off first then put the rest into the refrigerator. I usually set the bottom piece on a saucer of warm water overnight to get it started. Also, because I am usually busy cooking and working in the kitchen when I do this and don’t have time to plant it right away, I think this gives it a head start. When I have time, I will take that piece and plant it just like it is, in the vegetable garden with the stalk side up. This is one planted about three days ago. This one was planted about 10 days ago. It will grow a brand new top to be cut and used. I may never need to buy celery again! You can also find Sheryl at Providence Acres. Related:  Growing food indoors

How To Grow Vegetables Indoors Using Container Gardening? - Grow Vegetables Indoors | Grow Vegetables Indoors Growing vegetables indoors in containers is now becoming popular especially among families looking for good alternatives to expensive organic vegetables in the market. This method of indoor gardening, known as container gardening, is also creating a buzz among plant lovers with little space for outdoor gardening. Vegetable container gardening is a hit for those living in apartments, with no space at all for outdoor gardening. Many households find container gardening the most cost efficient of all methods to set up and grow their own vegetables. In addition, it is easy to grow vegetable plants using containers and the maintenance of these plants do not cost a fortune. As always, the first thing you need to do when using container gardening is to decide which species of vegetables or herbs to grow. Thereafter, make sure the spot that you choose to grow your vegetable plants indoor has sufficient sunlight.

5 New Solutions For Growing Healthy Produce Indoors Jeffrey GreenActivist Post An increasing number of people are moving into urban environments and away from traditional agriculture. As a consequence, those who have a mind for self-sufficiency can find themselves falling short. Storable foods are of course an important part of every emergency prepper's pantry, but storable foods are not a sound long-term solution that contain optimal nutrition. Even produce from farmers markets and store-bought organic food will lose peak freshness faster than one might imagine. Most people do not realize that vegetables will lose about half of their nutrients within the first week of being picked. Nothing can beat growing your own fresh fruits, vegetables, herbs, and flowers. However, several high-tech solutions are becoming available for city dwellers, or those who have a less-than-green thumb. 1. Visit the site here. For restaurateurs, here is what the commercial model looks like: 2. 3. 4. 5. Recently from Jeffrey Green:

Here's The Homemade Cannabis Oil Recipe That People Are Using as a Chemo Alternative Awareness with regards to cannabis as a treatment and potential cure for cancer has been rapidly increasing over the past few years. Several studies over the last decade have clearly (without question) demonstrated the anti-tumoral effects of the plant. Cannabinoids (any group of related compounds that include cannabinol and the active constituents of cannabis) activate cannabinoid receptors in the body. The human body itself produces compounds called endocannabinoids and they play a very important role in many processes within the body to help create a healthy environment. Since radiation and chemotherapy are the only two approved treatments for cancer, it’s important to let people know that other options do exist. A number of people have used this treatment to help treat their cancer. Below are some links to articles that have sourced studies and provide more human cases as examples. So, you can start there. Again, I just want to help others further their research on how to do it. 1.

How to tincture medicinal mushroooms | Natural Health by Karen Ganoderma, also known as Lingzhi or Reishi (Photo credit: Wikipedia) Medicinal mushrooms are in great demand because of their adaptogenic effects and their actions against cancer. They improve the immune system, balance the hormones of the HPA axis, are anti-inflammatory, antioxidant, tonify the heart, protect the liver and soothe the nerves. Taking them in an effective way is not so easy. If you want to take them as a tea (decoction) you need to simmer them for at least an hour to separate the medicine from the chitin. Tinctures or liquid extracts are portable, let you taste them which makes them more effective than capsules, but are not simple to make. Polysaccharides clump together when exposed to alcohol and become inert. For 250 grams, slightly over 1/2 pound of mushrooms you will want to make 1 1/4 liters of liquid extract. The first stage is to decoct the the given weight of dried mushrooms in water. Start with your ground dry mushrooms. 32 people like this post.

Healthy News and Information by MEREDITH SKYER Ginger is the perfect herb to grow indoors. It’s very low-maintenance, loves partial sunlight, and you can use parts of it at a time, leaving the rest in the soil to continue growing. Besides, it’s delicious! Really, what’s not to love about year round vegetable gardening, especially when it comes to growing ginger inside? Ginger takes 10 months to mature and it doesn’t tolerate frost. Ginger is one of those miraculous plants that grows well in partial to full shade, which makes it ideal for growing in your home, where most people don’t have full sun pouring on their windows all day long. Little bits of the ginger root can be removed while it continues to grow. The best ginger to plant is purchased from a garden center or seed catalog. Ginger purchased from the produce department of your local grocery store can be used to grow a plant, but with spotty results. Grocery store ginger also could be coated in pesticides and fungicides. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Share: Comments comments

How to Grow Turmeric Indoors | Container Gardens 101 Turmeric is a rich golden color. You can easily grow turmeric indoors, in containers. It is a strong, golden colored spice that is used in many foods across southeast Asia. It is found in many Indian curries. Turmeric not only adds flavor to foods, but it has many health benefits and gorgeous flowers. Turmeric, like ginger, grows from rhizomes, The rhizome is similar to a root. Most garden stores do not sell turmeric rhizomes. Once you have your rhizomes, choose a pot. Fill your container with good potting soil. The turmeric flower is beautiful, making this a wonderful houseplant. How to Plant Turmeric in a Container To grow turmeric indoors, just follow these simple steps: 1. 2. 3. That’s all there is to it! Care for Your Turmeric Plant Turmeric naturally grows in a warm, humid climate. How to Harvest Turmeric Turmeric takes between 6 to 10 months for the edible rhizomes to mature. After 6 months, regularly check the rhizomes to see if they are large enough. Storage and Use 1. 2. 3. 4.

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