How to grow Broccoli, Leek, Lettuce and Celery at your kitchen garden? – Yardan Dive

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First, level the ground by using board This will help to provide equal amount of water and nutrients to each plant BROCCOLI SEEDS Make sure that ground is flat by using board again Use wire or twig for making crevices on soil Take pinch of seeds and plant them into the crevices LEEK SEEDS Use same line and pinch method to plant leek seeds LETTUCE SEEDS Use same methods to plant LETTUCE and CELERY SEEDS Use spray bottle to irrigate as this will provide required amount Irrigation sprinklers are sprinklers providing (irrigation) to agriculture, crops or vegetation The sprinkler system irrigates the field and thus it is widely used in sandy areas as it checks the wastage of water through seepage and evaporation. Sprinkler irrigation is a method of applying irrigation water which is similar to natural rainfall. . Water is distributed through a system of pipes usually by pumping or by bottles It is then sprayed into the air through sprinklers so that it breaks up into small water drops which fall to the ground. The pump supply system, sprinklers and operating conditions must be designed to enable a uniform application of water After five days of regular spraying plantlets emerges Don’t stop spraying even after growth BROCCOLI PLANTS LETTUCE PLANTS LEEK and CELERY seeds will take more time to grow PLEASE SUBSCRIBE THIS CHANNEL FOR MORE UPDATES

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