Red Hmong Cucumber Plant Profile: Rare Organic Heirloom Cucumber

Red Hmong is an Asian Heirloom cucumber that can be grown in all but the coldest regions of North America. Red Hmong or Hmong Red cucumbers originated in southeast Asia among the Hmong people of Vietnam, Cambodia, Burma, and Laos. The cucumbers are initially a pale green and morph to a golden orange as they … Read more Red Hmong Cucumber Plant Profile: Rare Organic Heirloom Cucumber

How to Grow Samphire AKA Sea Asparagus from Seeds

The British called this plant Glasswort and the French called it Samphire. The French name is the most commonly used today along with sea asparagus and sea pickle. There are two versions: Marsh samphire and Rock Samphire. Rock Samphire is fairly rare and not easy to find. Marsh samphire, the most common, grows wild along … Read more How to Grow Samphire AKA Sea Asparagus from Seeds

Find These 6 Types of Pumpkins in South Africa

Pumpkins are an edible and decorative fruit that’s a staple of South African agriculture. There are various types of pumpkin in South Africa, ranging from mild to sweet, small to large, and short to long-term storage qualities. According to a study run by Indexbox, pumpkin consumption in South Africa has been increasing and is expected … Read more Find These 6 Types of Pumpkins in South Africa

Why Is My Raw Potato Black Inside and 3 Ways to Prevent It

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Cutting into your potato and finding dark-colored areas inside of it can be a cause for alarm. People get food poisoning all the time, and it’s much better to be safe than sorry when it comes to your health.  These black areas in the potato can cause you to question if you should throw away … Read more Why Is My Raw Potato Black Inside and 3 Ways to Prevent It

Hydroponic Spinach How to Grow Abundant Quality Spinach Hydroponically

Nutrient pH 5.5-6.6 EC – 1.8-2.3 PPM 1260-1610 Spinach is a cool weather crop that lends itself well to the hydroponic realm only when properly cared for. It does not perform as well in higher temperatures Hydroponic Spinach Temperatures Maximum Temp 75° Fahrenheit Optimal Day Cycle Temps 65 – 70° Fahrenheit Optimal Night Cycle Temps … Read more Hydroponic Spinach How to Grow Abundant Quality Spinach Hydroponically