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How to Use Banana as Fertilizer

Bananas are probably the ‘potatoes’ among fruits – everybody likes them! But did you know plants like them too? This article explains why and how to use bananas as fertilizers Bananas are something everybody goes bananas over, in the good way or the bad! It is probably the...
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How To Propagate Snake Plants

Snake plants bring to mind visions of Medusa and are also called mother-in-laws tongue. The plant features sword-shaped leaves — smooth and almost waxy. The easy nature of snake plant care makes it perfect for almost any interior situation and a visually striking and tenacious specimen. The plants...
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Anhydrous Ammonia Fertilizers

Anhydrous ammonia happens to be one of the most preferred form of nitrogen fertilizers used in the agricultural sector. today we will throws light on the benefits and risks associated with this fertilizer, and more. Ammonia is a naturally occurring gas found in the atmosphere through decay process, in...
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Chemical Fertilizers Vs. Organic Fertilizers

This is the common dilemma faced by most farmers and gardeners today. It’s essentially the decision to choose between the tried and true but slow-working fertilizer; one that promises faster growth. Let’s understand about this issue Fertilizers are the protein supplements for your plants. They are used to...
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6 Ways to Make Natural Rooting Hormone

In this Article we will learn how to Increase the success of your cuttings by using natural rooting hormone Rooting hormone acts as a catalyst for the new roots and protects the cuttings from fungus and disease that may have been introduced during the cutting process. Six Ideas...
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Honey As A Root Hormone

Did you know that honey may contain enzymes for promoting root growth in plants? It’s true. Many people have found success with using honey to root cuttings. Perhaps you can give it a try, too. Keep reading to learn more about how to use honey for cuttings. Honey...
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