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Grow outdoors

Whether your outdoor cultivation starts indoors or you prefer direct sowing, you can be sure there's always something to grow. Outdoor cultivation is a year-round activity!

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The ultimate guide to use manure as fertilizer

Did you know that providing your plants with the right amount of manure and nutrients will give you a greater harvest? However, choosing manure can be tricky. We’ve gathered our best tips to help you on your way.

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The ultimate guide to cultivating with grow lights

Grow lights are crucial when it comes to cultivating plants indoors during the darker months of the year.

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All year farming

How to store your seeds in the best possible way

Got some leftover seeds from last season’s cultivation? Don’t worry! By storing them in the correct way, you can save them and plant them as soon as it’s time again. We’ve gathered our best tips so you can store your seeds the right way. If you’re in a rush, here’s the short version: always keep your seeds in a dark, cool and dry place. It’s crucial that you keep the seeds away from moist. If you want to find out more about storing your seeds, continue reading!

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6 Tips For Growing Great Tomatoes

Growing tomatoes does not have to be hard or take that much time - and you do not need a greenhouse or a garden. You can cultivate potted tomatoes from a window or on a balcony. To be able to enjoy a ripe tomato, warm from the sun, right from its plant is incredible! Would you like to try growing your own tomato plant from a seed?

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How to sow in propagation trays

Propagation trays do not only save you time and space but also give you robust plants with strong roots. A propagation tray is great for smaller cultivations!

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Pre-cultivate: 6 easy ways to do it

Pre-cultivation is important for plants to develop and grow properly. There are several methods for pre-cultivation - but which one is the best one? Regardless if you are a beginner or a pro, here are our best tips on how to pre-cultivate. We will also give our best tips on which plants go best with which method.

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Why you should use plant food for your tomatoes - and the ways to do it

Tomatoes grow fast and are therefore in great need of nutrition. A seed has enough nutrients to grow on its own, and there are nutrients in the soil. But if you want a big harvest of tomatoes, you should consider adding plant food. Plant food can either be purchased or made your own.

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Why you should cultivate vegetables for decorative purposes

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Cabbage varieties - the best way to eat them

Cabbage is very popular among health and food enthusiasts. Not only is it nutritious, but cabbage is also great since you can grow and harvest cabbage in batches throughout the summer. Also, cabbage comes in many varieties. But what do you really use pak choi, kohlrabi, and turnip for? Find out what some popular cabbage varieties taste like, and how to best enjoy them.

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Cultivating and gardening in late summer

Leave the idea behind that gardening and cultivating is only for spring and early summer! Lettuce, kale, and carrots are only a few of the fall favorites that are perfect to cultivate in late summer. This time of the year is also a perfect opportunity to give your garden land some love. Protect it from weeds and add some nutrients to keep it healthy during fall and winter.

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3 ways to grow parsley

Parsley is a herb liked by many - and we understand why! With its fresh taste and green color, it makes most dishes come alive. When cultivating parsley, the seeds may be a little slow in the beginning, but once they germinate; parsley is extremely easy to grow!

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Fall cultivation - when to sow and what seeds to plant

Fall might be arriving soon, but keep your gardening gloves on - the growing season is not over! Even though summer is the prime time for cultivating, the soil remains warm and the temperatures are still high enough to continue cultivating during autumn.

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How to succeed when cultivating during fall (+ checklist!)

Some might think that the growing season ends at the end of summer. But don’t put your gardening trowel in the toolbox just yet - cultivating during fall is not only possible, but it is also efficient as you will get a headstart harvesting in spring. There are several plants that are well suited to be sown during autumn; we will teach you what plants, and when and how to cultivate them.

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