This post is a continuation from Part 1. Here are more details on three effective rescue remedies that I keep in my plant first aid kit. Kelp I use a soluble seaweed powder consisting of three kelp varieties, Laminaria, Sargassum and Ascophyllum nodosum. I dilute just a tiny 1g into a litre of water, and use it… Continue reading Rescue remedies for stressed out plants (part 2)
Previously, I had lamented on how caterpillars, namely cutworms, had feasted on my veggie seedlings. In this post, I will share three effective rescue remedies that I use to strengthen my plants against plant predators and other stresses. What other stresses? Well, they are not so different from things that stress people out. In the tropical context, it… Continue reading Rescue remedies for stressed out plants (part 1)
That is not an auspicious title for a new blog so let me explain. It is certainly not the title that I had intended for my first post. It is supposed to be How to grow beautiful and flavourful herbs and veggies in a tropical city. When I started my newest herb and veggie planting bed, I had planned to put the… Continue reading How did I fail today?