MahaGro HortiTech

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MahaGro HortiTech

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  • Gardening is a Form of Resistance

    The Gardening Pledge Today and every day: Grow and eat good food. Find your grounding in the earth and connect to the nature that is in you — the nature that is you. Make space for wildness. BE wild. Tend and be tender. Don’t be good; be defiant. Cultivate compassion and empathy. Hold yourself in strength and dignity. Hold each other.

MahaGro HortiTech

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  • Tomato discovered on WWII battlefield lives on

    A very interesting story! Dan Cummings was grounds supervisor at CCAC South Campus starting in the 1970s, where he befriended Joe Roberts, who enjoyed walking at the school.“He commented on how nice I keep up the place and asked me if I would stop over to his house to give him some pointers,” says Cummings of West Mifflin. Cummings, 75, helped Roberts with some pruning tips and then was astounded...

MahaGro HortiTech

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  • How to design your garden for a great party?

    A beautiful organic garden is something that everyone desires for, the colors, diversity, fragrance and flavors of flowers and plants offer a fresh and rejuvenating atmosphere at home. A garden can also be used as a space for a garden party where one can entertain guests and showcase the blooming flowers and herbs. However, before opting to start a party in a garden, ensure that you are all set a...

  • 8 Gardening Tools you Need to Start a Garden

    Gardening is a natural way to start a fun activity that can be transformed as a hobby. With each passing day, you will feel energized and rejuvenated. And the day when you see the first sprout, new leaf, a new bud, a flower or a fruit on your plant, you would feel that you have achieved something outstanding. Every gardener will require a few basic tools but, why use tools at all? Tools play an e...

  • How to grow big Organic potatoes?

      Tip: Botanical Name of potatoes is Solanum tuberosum How to grow potatoes?  We’re here to help! This half hardy vegetable is a culinary staple, and yet is overlooked by many backyard gardeners. The taste and texture of home-grown potatoes are far superior to store bought, especially the early varieties. They need a cool climate, and also need to be watched to prevent sunburn. Potatoes can be gro...

  • Benefits Of Organic Fertilizers

    Different types of fertilizers, such as chemical fertilizers, organic fertilizers, and natural fertilizers are available on the market. The type of fertilizer you use has a large impact on the quality of your product. Farmers all over the world use chemical fertilizers, but many are now shifting to organic fertilizers due to the apparent benefits of the latter.Organic fertilizers are carbon-based...

  • Are your plants turning Yellow?

      I gave big makeover to my terrace garden by planting lot more vegetables. I was thrilled to see both bottle guard and beans coming up so well. And of course I have been very careful to feed water, pest control and nutrients and was happy to see little bottle guards growing by the day. One of the most frustrating thing in gardening/farming, when you work so hard in caring and it doesn’t end up ...

  • Indoor Plants to Improve Air Quality

    Did you know that certain plants are also powerful filters that purify the air around us? In fact, several studies have been conducted showing that some of these Indoor plants can rid a room of up to 89 percent of harmful VOCs like formaldehyde and xylene. If you think about the prices of some of those fancy air filtration systems out there, it’s a bit surprising that more of us don’t just purchas...

  • How to Plant and Care for New Fruit Trees

    Once you’ve invested in new fruit trees, you want to make sure you get them off to a good start. Every step from digging, planting, mulching, watering, staking and pruning is important to their long-term health and survival. You’ll be able to do a good job with your fruit trees by following these steps: New fruit trees that arrive by mail are best left in their box, in a cool place, until you have...

  • Plants to Improve Air Quality

    Did you know that certain plants are also powerful filters that purify the air around us? In fact, several studies have been conducted showing that some of these Indoor plants can rid a room of up to 89 percent of harmful VOCs like formaldehyde and xylene. If you think about the prices of some of those fancy air filtration systems out there, it’s a bit surprising that more of us don’t just purcha...

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