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Most herbs need some light lang to survive. That's why they're great in containers. Sunny window lang buhay na sila. Also doesnt require much nutrients.
nice thread po.....
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malamang indeterminate yung kamatis mo. alam mo ba kung anong uri nang kamatis yan?
cherry lang napabunga ko nung summer. lagpas 6ft ang laki. yung green zebra ko siguro lagpas na nang 6ftn namumulaklak kaso nalalaglag yung bulaklak, tapos na dedo nung kasagsagan nung init.
peters 9-45-15 ginamit ko pampabulaklak tapos nung maay buds na, napabunga ko yung cherry nung ginamitan ko nang calcium nitrate bi monthly(desperado na ako eh. hehehhe)
as always, my comments in the conventional gardening thread arent well recieved. I shall continue posting here instead.
Hate me all you want. This is a forum, a place to debate and discuss topics. I am trying to be civil here. I didnt intend to attack conventional gardeners. This was not my intention. Kung masama ang loob mo, edi guilty ka of something. Of what? That is up to you to ponder on.
I only intended to uplift and inspire people who wanna relearn the agricultural ways of our people. We used to be an agricultural hub of asia.
For those who wanna keep their conventional gardens, good for you. Keep our air clean and make your gardens look pretty if that's all you wanna do. Better than no plants at all.
Understand my point first. I am a chef FIRST and a gardener second. I have no use for plants that will not make me money or ingredients in dishes i intend to make.
No more gripes. On to the topic.
Will post more veg and whatnot soon.
Last edited by project_ichigo; Jul 8, 2010 at 11:08 AM.
dito samin tatay ko mahilig magtanin ng mga gulay, meron syang tanim na talong, pechay mais na puti at sweet corn, excited ako mamunga yung sweetcorn masarap kasi yun pag bagong pitas. malimit ako makakita ng kamatis sa backyard ko, siguro tumutubo pag nagtatapo ako ng bulok na kamatis, kakatuwa kasi na haharvest-an ko din.
dati naman cherry tomatoes yung tumubo, kaya lang napakasukal nun, ang bilis lumago. kakatuwa lang yung bunga pero maasim daw sabi ng sis ko.
^ ang laki nga nang space na sinasakop nang cherry tomato. tapos ang selan pa. buti pa yung mga binabatong buto, mas matibay pa.
ichigo, tumubo na yung mga white eggplants
pano ko kukunin seeds nila. basta nainitindihan mo ba ko hehehe.
kasi yung mga flowers, pag natuyo nasa loob yung seeds, yung iba naman nasa fruits mismo yung seeds.
first time ko lang mag tanim ng eggplants kasi. thanks. hey do you want some lemon seeds?
here's my indoor grow set up for my seedlings. also where i germinate my seeds. indoors kse takot ako pakealaman ng tao dito ang mga tanim ko. mahilig mag butingting ng gamit ang tao dito kse.
this is a mishmash of peppers (all kinds, including the world's super hot peppers!), melons, squash, herb seedlings, a teeny tiny asparagus seedling, eggplants, tomato seedlings etc.
more plants hardening off by the window ledge
my basil patch by the window, different varieties, 8 kinds. all grown painstakingly from seed. notice the ugly looking lettuce plant growing by it's lonesome self. lol. don't wanna kill it coz it's MY plant even if it's ugly.
italian oregano with pepper seedlings on another window
my newly acquired rosemary plants, bokchoy seedlings, chinese cabbage seedlings, pepper seedlings, black sesame seedlings, tagalog onions, garlic chives, japanese bunching onions etc.
thai basil and mystery basil from project ichigo, butternut squash, beefsteak tomato, jalapeno pepper plants, bell pepper plants, sage etc.
just wanted to share.