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 Can begonias be grown from cuttings?

Answer Yes, the University of Minnesota Extension recommends propagating tuberous begonias through root cuttings. The University of Florida advocates leaf cuttings for propagating foliage begonias and ste... Read More »
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What is the nutritional difference between hydroponically grown wheatgrass and tray grown in soil?

There have been over 3,800 nutrients identified in living foods and likely many more that we still know nothing about. Interestingly, there are no tests for any food product that go into this level... Read More »
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How are conventionally grown foods different from organically grown food?

The addition of modern chemicals. They have chemicals to keep bugs away, to keep the food from smelling, frm keeping the food going bad, to keep the food polished, and only conventionally grown fo... Read More »
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Do vegetables grown in the city absorb pollution and are these vegetables as healthy and safe as those grown in the country?

As you might expect, opinions on this issue differ among experts. Plants definitely do absorb all sorts of chemicals from the air (primarily carbon dioxide!), but the chemistry of the conduction ch... Read More »
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How do i bed begonias?

PreparationSpread a layer of compost over the top of the bedding soil. Till it all together to make sure it drains well. The bed should be located in partial sun so as not to burn the begonias and ... Read More »
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