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EDIBLE GARDENING EDIBLE GARDENING BY BY Venkappa Gani Venkappa Gani September 28, 2008 September 28, 2008
EDIBLE GARDENING PLANNING PREPARING PLANTING CARING HARVESTING
PLANNING Site Selection Garden Size Decide What to Grow Location Time of Planting
PREPARING Soil Preparation is Key for Success Nutrients Organic Matter Air Water
SOIL TYPES Sandy Sticky Clay Rocky Soil Test
Soil Amendment Plant Materials Manure Compost
TILLING SOIL Deep Digging Shallow Digging No Digging Raised Beds Row Preparation
Soil mixed with organics
PLANTING Tools: Hoe, Rake, Hand trowel Seeds: Purchase, Home grown Transplants: Buy, Home grown Time of Planting Cool Season Warm Season
CARING Thinning Watering : Drip irrigation, Soaker hose Feeding: Organic Nutrients Supporting: Stakes, Trellis, Cages Weeding: Mulch, Black Plastic Insects Protecting
HARVESTING Leafy Vegetables: By hand Fruity Vegetables: By Hand Rooty Vegetables: Digging & Lifting
Storing Long term Storage: Freezing, Canning Drying Vegetables & Herbs Sun Warm Indoor space Domestic Oven Dehydrator
Radishes Red Radishes Diakon
Potatoes Potato Sweet Potato
Onions Yellow White
BEETS Beet Roots
Fennel Fennel full Grown
Spinaches Amaranthus Malbar Spinach
Cucumbers Foot Long Mini (Tinda)
Egg Plants Black White
Peas Sugar snap
Bitter Melons Flower & Fruit Bunch
Edible Gourds Snake gourd Italian Squash
Peppers Cayenne Orchid
Squash Male Flower Female Flower
King of the Show
Cool Season Vegetables Beets Carrots Radishes Onions Garlic Turnip Spinach Cabbage Broccoli Collard Mustard Cauliflower Brussels Sprouts Lettuce
Warm Season Vegetables Beans Tomato Potato Swiss Chard Melons Eggplant Squash Okra Peppers Cucumber Malabar Spinach Kohlrabi Fennel Pumpkin Winter Squash
HERBS Cilantro Dill Basils Oregano Mints Salad burnet Rosemary Bay leaf Thyme Mexican mint marigold Sage
Fruit Trees Chill Hours requirement Tropical Sub tropical Self pollinating Disease resistant Pruning Spraying
Fruit Trees Peaches Apples Pears Persimmons Pomegranates Loquat Jujubes Olives Papaya Banana Figs Black berry Grapes
Jujubi Tree with fruits Fruits
Citrus Myer Lemon
Citrus Pink Grape Fruit
Tree ripe Banana
Papaya with buds
Successful Gardening Tips Seek Local Advice Good Soil Good Location Adequate Moisture/Drainage Mulch Right Plant at the Right Time Harvest at the Right Time Control Pests and Disease Be Visible ENJOY
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