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0 RepliesHi, I'm an organic farmer and really appreciate the good work that is done with teaching gardens.
I understand the the teaching gardens are usually raised bed with organic soil which is very good. I would also recommend that you test t...
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3 RepliesFloppy as in, when I got them they were standing up straight, and now they are flopping over. The cilantro and parsley are yellowing. The basil is looking wrinkly.
They're in an east-facing window (my apartment only HAS east-facing) a...
3 RepliesYellowing is usually a sign of over watering. By floppy do you mean wilted? Which would be too dry. Or do you mean they are more long and lanky so they flopover? Which could mean they are reaching for sunlight. Might put them under a lig...
3 RepliesSo I went to Trader Joe's and got five herbs and set them on my windowsill (on the inside) with a little drainage thing under them. The instructions say to water them once a week, just enough for the water to seep through to the drainage and mo...
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