Published at Tuesday, January 16th, 2018 - 23:01:25 PM. Garden. By Constantin Josephine.
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Once you have your container and a drainage tray to go beneath it (any flat tray will do), choose your potting mix. I prefer to use a rich, organic potting mix full of compost and worm castings, but that is a personal preference. As long as your potting soil is well balanced and drains easily your microgreens should thrive.
It can be easy to forget a hose, especially if you usually count on the rain to help to water your lawn. Still, a nice quality hose can go a long way toward keeping your lawn green and pristine. You’ll want to water your lawn once or twice a week when your yard hasn’t seen rain. Thoroughly soaking the grass will help encourage it to grow more aggressive roots and stay healthier. If you don’t want to be outside holding your hose, you can always invest in sprinklers. You can either buy the ones that attach to your hose and rotate around your garden or have an entire sprinkler system installed. They both have their pros and cons, so choose based on your needs.
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