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  • Robin Spacey United States, AK, Anchorage

    About: My name is Robin I work in the farmers market I own a farm land also I am a business investor I live alone with no kids I am slim and tall
    Interests: Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness, Corps

    Ryan Tollefsen United States, AK, Anchorage

    Interests: Irrigation, Organic Row Crops, Vegetables, Poultry

    The Complete Guide to Mulch: Tips, Tricks, and Considerations for Beginners

    By Ryan Tollefsen

    Published Mar 5, 2020 

    Mulch is one of the most versatile and cost-effective materials that can be used to improve a property. It is a multi-purpose material that is used to conserve moisture in the soil, keep it cooler, reduce weed growth, and promote soil quality all while improving the appearance of an area. In the past, mulch choices were fairly simple and straight forward. Today, there are more options than ever. With so many choices in mulch materials and colors, which is best for your gardening or landscaping project? In this Complete Guide to Mulch, we will take a look at all of your options to help you ultimately make the best choice for your application...

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  • Robin Spacey United States, AK, Anchorage

    About: My name is Robin I work in the farmers market I own a farm land also I am a business investor I live alone with no kids I am slim and tall
    Interests: Cover Crops, Organic Row Crops, Timber, Marketing, Agribusiness, Corps

    Ryan Tollefsen United States, AK, Anchorage

    Interests: Irrigation, Organic Row Crops, Vegetables, Poultry

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  • The Complete Guide to Mulch: Tips, Tricks, and Considerations for Beginners

    By Ryan Tollefsen

    Published Mar 5, 2020 

    Mulch is one of the most versatile and cost-effective materials that can be used to improve a property. It is a multi-purpose material that is used to conserve moisture in the soil, keep it cooler, reduce weed growth, and promote soil quality all while improving the appearance of an area. In the past, mulch choices were fairly simple and straight forward. Today, there are more options than ever. With so many choices in mulch materials and colors, which is best for your gardening or landscaping project? In this Complete Guide to Mulch, we will take a look at all of your options to help you ultimately make the best choice for your application...

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  • Posted By Ramu Thampalayagowder
    Apr 10, 2020 

    SEEDs of MORINGA 
    Seed of Moringa oleifera measures 1 cm in diameter with 3 papery white wings on angle .Fresh seeds retain viability of over 90 % within 2 months of seed production and germination declines beyond  this in ambient temperature .However the viability of seeds are prolonged in hermetically sealed container and cold storage . Seeds mature in about 3 months after flowering when pods turn brown in colour and dry pods split longitudinally along the 3 ridges of pod .The mature moringa seeds look dark brown and each pod produces around 20-26 seeds each weighing 0.35 grams to 0.12 grams .No of seeds per kilogram vary among different varieties of moringa between 3000 - 9000 .
           Moringa seeds germinate in about 7-30 days . When when temperature is around 10-15  degree Celsius it takes 25-30 days to germinate and 7-14 days when temperature is around 25-30 degree Celsius .
            The trees grown from seeds develop stout and deep tap roots
     and more spreading white tubular lateral roots providing strong anchorage and aiding in  more absorption of mineral nutrients and water and tolerance to drought . 
            The moringa seeds sprout and grow well in wide  PH range of 5.5 to 8 and medium to light texture soil .
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