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The term "rootbound" means that the roots of a plant have completely taken up space within the pot that contains it, often circling and creating a dense web of roots. ... It takes some nerve to root-prune a potted plant, but it truly is a kindness when a plant has outgrown its pot.

💚 SIGNS:
Root bound symptoms above the soil are hard to pinpoint and often look like symptoms of an under-watered plant. The plant may wilt quickly, may have yellow or brown leaves, especially near the bottom of the plant and may have stunted growth.

💚 EFFECTS:
The roots stop growing actively, and as a result, the upper portions of the plant begin to show common pot-bound symptoms, such as frequent wilting, stunted growth, smaller new leaves, poor quality flowers or lack of flowers and yellowing and dropping older leaves.

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Will Root bound plants die?
As roots take over the interior space of the container, little room is left for soil to hold water, which may lead to root death. Allowing root-bound plants to continue to grow in this fashion will not only stunt the plant's growth, but also it can bring about the plant's overall demise.

🍃How do you get rid of root bound plants?
Run the blade of a garden or butter knife around the edge of the pot to loosen the plant. If the pot if plastic, you can also firmly wack the pot on all sides to loosen roots. Plastic nursery pots can also be cut off, if the roots are wedged into pot crevices and refuse to budge.
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LINK IN MY BIO The term "rootbound" means that the roots of a plant have completely taken up space within the pot that contains it, often circling and creating a dense web of roots. ... It takes some nerve to root-prune a potted plant, but it truly is a kindness when a plant has outgrown its pot. 💚 SIGNS: Root bound symptoms above the soil are hard to pinpoint and often look like symptoms of an under-watered plant. The plant may wilt quickly, may have yellow or brown leaves, especially near the bottom of the plant and may have stunted growth. 💚 EFFECTS: The roots stop growing actively, and as a result, the upper portions of the plant begin to show common pot-bound symptoms, such as frequent wilting, stunted growth, smaller new leaves, poor quality flowers or lack of flowers and yellowing and dropping older leaves. 🍃People also ask Will Root bound plants die? As roots take over the interior space of the container, little room is left for soil to hold water, which may lead to root death. Allowing root-bound plants to continue to grow in this fashion will not only stunt the plant's growth, but also it can bring about the plant's overall demise. 🍃How do you get rid of root bound plants? Run the blade of a garden or butter knife around the edge of the pot to loosen the plant. If the pot if plastic, you can also firmly wack the pot on all sides to loosen roots. Plastic nursery pots can also be cut off, if the roots are wedged into pot crevices and refuse to budge. . . @mygardenia.myplace @pseudoiyer @gardenvillages @plant_wizard28 @_happyplants_ @plant_mantras @planting_botany @growcerys @growsip @thinkgreen_always @viruksham @1500sqft_gardener @nature_ismy_soul_ @gardenwith_anu @natureinspiredhome @plantstory2020 . . #plantsagram #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #planttips #plantcaretips #youtuber #blogger #plantblogger #plantenthusiast #growplants #homegarden #gardening #rootbound #boundedroots #nature #naturephotography #lovely

Here is the last and best theme of the contest by @green_ovations

Here is the last and best theme of the contest by @green_ovations #weekendgardening 🌱☘️It was really fun to be with this task and had a great time with all these lovly task guys🔥💚 . @somaira10 @garden_girl_tiasa @roots_grow @1500sqft_gardener @nature_ismy_soul_ @planting.with.shriyansh @mygardenia.myplace @miss.phytophile @gardenwise11 @plantlysane @beleafinme_ @rootsandshootsmaine @mother.of.crotons @plant_mantras . #contest #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #plantsagram #plantgang #plantsplantsplants #plantcaretips #insta #instagood #instafam #reelsinstagram #reels #waterpropagation #propagation

 
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🥭A mango pickle is a variety of pickle prepared using mango. It is very popular in South and Southeast Asia.

Is Mango Pickle bad for health?
Pickles can boost your intake of antioxidants. The natural antioxidants found in all fruits and vegetables help in the fight against free radicals. Free radicals are unstable chemicals that form naturally in the body and are linked to problems such as heart disease and cancer.

What does mango pickle taste like?
Mango pickle also contains the spice fenugreek, used commonly in Indian and North African cuisine, which lends a sweet and nutty flavor similar to that of burnt sugar and maple syrup, according to MasterClass. The delicious condiment also contains Mustard.
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LINK IN BIO 🥭A mango pickle is a variety of pickle prepared using mango. It is very popular in South and Southeast Asia. Is Mango Pickle bad for health? Pickles can boost your intake of antioxidants. The natural antioxidants found in all fruits and vegetables help in the fight against free radicals. Free radicals are unstable chemicals that form naturally in the body and are linked to problems such as heart disease and cancer. What does mango pickle taste like? Mango pickle also contains the spice fenugreek, used commonly in Indian and North African cuisine, which lends a sweet and nutty flavor similar to that of burnt sugar and maple syrup, according to MasterClass. The delicious condiment also contains Mustard. . . #mangopickle #mangoes #spicypickle #nature #naturephotography #natureandmeperfect #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #spicy #yummy #yummyfood #homemade #plantsagram #instagood #instafood #food #happymood #happysoul #happy . . @glitters.of.nature @a_craftingstory_by_niks @mygreentreasure @petal.blizzard @plantaelogy @plant_muggle @decoartista @pseudoiyer @beleafinme_ @miss.phytophile @prakriti_with_bhavani @the_affordable_organic_store @_lushgardener_ @mygreen_dwelling @deep_plants @1500sqft_gardener @lazy_suziepoo @gorgeous_greens_muddy_paws

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Happy #WorldEnvironmentDay dear plant parents💚 🌱Thanks a loads for this beautiful planter from @ourbalconygarden_ 🌱Can have this kinda planter in your workstation tables will give fresh air and peace to your soul . . #planters #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #happysoul #ikeahome #ikea #mygreentreasure #mygreencorner #instagood #insta #reelsinstagram #reelsvideo #video #instareels #instareelsindia❤️ . . @gopalgaya @pl@thegreenishaffair @_my.green.nest @sunshine_window @glitters.of.nature @indiangreendreams @_createyourtaste_ @gardenwise11 @bringnatureinside @my_brundavan @somaira10 @planting.with.shriyansh @gardenwith_anu @nature_ismy_soul_ @plantmom.says

 
Enactus, an international non-profit student-run organization, running along with the principles of social entrepreneurship, has chapters in colleges across the world.
Enactus Kirori Mal is one such chapter.
We are a team of over 70 students, striving to work with marginalized communities and formulating entrepreneurial business models.

Project JanBhoomi advocates the importance of living an organic lifestyle which refers to not only caring for our health but also the environment.
This project doesn’t only utilize heaps of waste but also helps in replenishing the earth and tackle the problem of land degradation! The aim of Project JanBhoomi is to ensure that the productivity and fertility of the available land are maximized. In collaboration with the Government of Haryana, this project is able to create an impact at the root level. The project specializes in flower composting,waste management, and gardening tools.
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Enactus, an international non-profit student-run organization, running along with the principles of social entrepreneurship, has chapters in colleges across the world. Enactus Kirori Mal is one such chapter. We are a team of over 70 students, striving to work with marginalized communities and formulating entrepreneurial business models. Project JanBhoomi advocates the importance of living an organic lifestyle which refers to not only caring for our health but also the environment. This project doesn’t only utilize heaps of waste but also helps in replenishing the earth and tackle the problem of land degradation! The aim of Project JanBhoomi is to ensure that the productivity and fertility of the available land are maximized. In collaboration with the Government of Haryana, this project is able to create an impact at the root level. The project specializes in flower composting,waste management, and gardening tools. . . @projectjanbhoomi @enactuskmc . . Feel free to contact them for any inquiries or more details. . . #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #plantsagram #harvesttime #gardening #gardeninspiration #plantblogger #youtuber #blogger #ikeahome #ikea #ikeaindia #insta #instagood #instafam #indianplantgang #plantgang #supportsmallbusiness #keepsmiling #happymood #happyme #plantsmakepeoplehappy #plantsplantsplants #nature #naturephotography #naturelover #loveyourself #terracegarden #balconygarden #photooftheday . . @garden_girl_tiasa @viruksham @a_craftingstory_by_niks @amorverdecores @poojasplants @beleafinme_ @decoartista @mohammedlepondy @plant_muggle @miss.phytophile

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🍃How many days does it take for brinjal seeds to germinate?
8-14 days

🌱Do seeds need light or dark to germinate?
Most seeds germinate best when they're placed in the dark. The presence of light, which is crucial to seedling development, may actually stunt the process of germination

🍃Do you soak eggplant seeds before planting?
Eggplant is best started indoors (or on a patio if it's warm enough) 6 to 8 weeks before transplanting into the garden. Do not set eggplants out until daytime temperatures are in the 70° F range. I recommend soaking your seeds in water for up to 24 hours. ... Most eggplant seeds germinate in 8-14 days

🌱What temperature do eggplant seeds germinate?
Germination temperature: 60 F to 95 F - Germinates best between 80 F and 90 F. Days to emergence: 7 to 10 - At 85 F.

🍃How can I grow brinjal fast?
They need fertile, well-drained soil. They can be grown from seed sown directly in the ground, but because they take a long time to fruit, speed up the process by growing them in trays four weeks before planting time, then plant the seeds when the ground warms up.

🌱In which season Brinjal is grown?
In the plants of Northern India, there are generally two sowing season's vez, June to July for autumn crop and November for the spring- summer crop month of April. In South India, the brinjal can be grown round the year, the main sowing being done during July to August
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LINK IN BIO 🍃How many days does it take for brinjal seeds to germinate? 8-14 days 🌱Do seeds need light or dark to germinate? Most seeds germinate best when they're placed in the dark. The presence of light, which is crucial to seedling development, may actually stunt the process of germination 🍃Do you soak eggplant seeds before planting? Eggplant is best started indoors (or on a patio if it's warm enough) 6 to 8 weeks before transplanting into the garden. Do not set eggplants out until daytime temperatures are in the 70° F range. I recommend soaking your seeds in water for up to 24 hours. ... Most eggplant seeds germinate in 8-14 days 🌱What temperature do eggplant seeds germinate? Germination temperature: 60 F to 95 F - Germinates best between 80 F and 90 F. Days to emergence: 7 to 10 - At 85 F. 🍃How can I grow brinjal fast? They need fertile, well-drained soil. They can be grown from seed sown directly in the ground, but because they take a long time to fruit, speed up the process by growing them in trays four weeks before planting time, then plant the seeds when the ground warms up. 🌱In which season Brinjal is grown? In the plants of Northern India, there are generally two sowing season's vez, June to July for autumn crop and November for the spring- summer crop month of April. In South India, the brinjal can be grown round the year, the main sowing being done during July to August . . . @mygreentreasure @mygardenia.myplace @glitters.of.nature @liveorganicwithme @lifewithparul @life.ingarden . . #passionategardenersathya #satisfying #sathyaloki #plantgang #plantblogger #blooger #youtube #brinjal #germination #seeds #seedlings #plantsagram #ikeahome #ikea #ikeaindia #instagood #instafam #instadaily #instamood #instagram

Here is the 5th week

Here is the 5th week #task5 🌱Home Made Liquid Fertilizer 🍃 . . Banana peels are good for gardens because they contain 42 percent potassium (abbreviated to its scientific name K), one of the three major components of fertilizer along with nitrogen (N) and phosphorus (P) and shown on fertilizer labels as NPK. In fact, banana peels have the highest organic sources of potassium. . . @green_ovations #greenovation #weekendgardening . . @mygreentreasure #mygreentreasure . . @gopalgaya @indiangreendreams @instakhushplants @planting.with.shriyansh @_createyourtaste_ @sunshine_window @somaira10 @roootedindia @roots_grow @amateurplantlady_ @plant_muggle @garden_girl_tiasa @beleafinme_ @botanigurl @nature_ismy_soul_ @gardenwith_anu @mygreen_dwelling @glitters.of.nature @bringnatureinside @my_brundavan @plantmom_12 . . #insta #fertilizer #plantsagram #ecofynd #ikeahome #ikea #ikeaindia #instafam #gogreen #goodvibes #nature #naturephotography #bananapeel #liquidfertilizer #homemade #home #FlowerPhotography #greenery #plantgang #youtuber #plantblogger #blogger

callisiarepens doing great and it's full of pot💚🌱☘️🍃
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One of my favi plant❤️🥰
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#callisiarepens doing great and it's full of pot💚🌱☘️🍃 . One of my favi plant❤️🥰 . . #mygreentreasure #ecofynd #mylove #mygreencorner #trailingplants #ikeahome #ikea #ikeaindia #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #plantsagram #plantgang #plantblogger #blogger #youtuber . . @viruksham @aang_sharang @a_craftingstory_by_niks @mygreentreasure @petal.blizzard @beleafinme_ @amateurplantlady_ @theclayyart @plantaholic____ @gardenvillages @prakriti_with_bhavani @planting.with.shriyansh @my_brundavan @mrs_gardenr @homegarden_organic @plantmom_12

 
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🌱When should I transplant water propagate?
Be sure to add fresh water as needed until the cuttings are fully rooted. Rooting will generally occur in 3-4 weeks but some plants will take longer. When the roots are 1-2 inches long or longer the cutting is ready to be potted up. This plant has heavy rooting and is ready to be moved to a pot with potting soil.

☘️Is it better to root cuttings in water or soil?
Propagation for many plants is best done in potting soil, but some plants can be propagated in water. This is because they have evolved in an environment that allows it. ... However, they are still land plants and will do best if planted in soil over the long term.
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LINK IN BIO 🌱When should I transplant water propagate? Be sure to add fresh water as needed until the cuttings are fully rooted. Rooting will generally occur in 3-4 weeks but some plants will take longer. When the roots are 1-2 inches long or longer the cutting is ready to be potted up. This plant has heavy rooting and is ready to be moved to a pot with potting soil. ☘️Is it better to root cuttings in water or soil? Propagation for many plants is best done in potting soil, but some plants can be propagated in water. This is because they have evolved in an environment that allows it. ... However, they are still land plants and will do best if planted in soil over the long term. . . . @gardenwith_anu @plant_muggle @glitters.of.nature @life.ingarden @somaira10 @_go_green_grow_green @garden_girl_tiasa @roots_grow @frondescentexperiments @noori_haq @nature_ismy_soul_ . . #youtuber #blogger #plantsagram #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #plantsagram #insta #instamood #cuttings #potting #pottingmix #soilmix #repottingplants #planttips #ikeahome #ikea #gogreen #nature #naturephotography #happymood #happyme #mood

Here is the 4th week

Here is the 4th week #task4 #sathyaloki @green_ovations #greenovation . Manual Irrigation: Manual irrigation is you moving water from plant to plant. This is very labour and time intensive and is usually done with a hose or bucket, so it is only suitable for smaller areas. . #irrigation #savewater #gardening #plantsagram #passionategardenersathya #growwithme #save #plantblogger #youtuber #blogger #nature #ikeahome #ikea #instagood #instafam #instadaily . @gopalgaya @roootedindia @a_craftingstory_by_niks @nature_ismy_soul_ @1500sqft_gardener @indiangreendreams @mygardenia.myplace @planting.with.shriyansh @gardenwith_anu @glitters.of.nature @bringnatureinside @my_brundavan @roots_grow @somaira10 @thegreenishaffair @the.adenium.boy @the_plant_world

 
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🍆How To Collect Seeds From Brinjal🍆
An overripe eggplant is typically hard and shriveled. Slice open the eggplant and separate the flesh from the seeds. Put the seeds in a bowl of water and wash the pulp away. Strain the seeds, pat them dry and spread them out on a tray to dry not more than two seeds thick.
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LINK IN BIO 🍆How To Collect Seeds From Brinjal🍆 An overripe eggplant is typically hard and shriveled. Slice open the eggplant and separate the flesh from the seeds. Put the seeds in a bowl of water and wash the pulp away. Strain the seeds, pat them dry and spread them out on a tray to dry not more than two seeds thick. . . @roootedindia @green_ovations @viruksham @pseudoiyer @mrs_gardenr @prakriti_with_bhavani @plantastic_panda @planting_stories @planta_de_amor @plant_wizard28 @plantlysane @greenthrive.in @_go_green_grow_green @somaira10 @roots_grow @the.adenium.boy @plantolic . #mygreentreasure #seedscollection #seeds #brinjal #youtuber #plantsagram #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #blogger #plantblogger #ikeahome #ikea

Here goes my 3rd week

Here goes my 3rd week #task3 of @green_ovations . Topic is: Need to make An Eco-Friendly Vertical Garden☘️🌱 . Really very intresting to do these kind of activities and its gives loads of positive vibes too💚🍃🌱 . . #greenovation #mygreentreasure #mygreencorner #ecofynd #gardening #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki @somaira10 @roots_grow @nature_ismy_soul_ @glitters.of.nature @mygreen_dwelling @noori_haq @mygardenia.myplace @gardenwith_anu @amateurplantlady_ @plant_muggle @indiangreendreams @bringnatureinside @instakhushplants @urbangreen.in

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PERLITE
Perlite is an amorphous volcanic glass that has a relatively high water content, typically formed by the hydration of obsidian. It occurs naturally and has the unusual property of greatly expanding when heated sufficiently.

🌱What is perlite used for?
Perlite is used in soil mixes (including soilless mediums) to improve aeration and modify the soil substructure, keeping it loose, well-draining, and defying compaction. ... Other uses of perlite include masonry construction, cement and gypsum plasters, and loose fill insulation.

🌱What is perlite made of?
Perlite is made from a mined volcanic glass of the same name. As a raw material it contains water, trapped by the rapid cooling of lava. The moisture vaporizes explosively when heat is applied. ... It is easy to mix your own, but make sure you buy horticultural-grade vermiculite and perlite.

🌱What are the disadvantages of perlite?
1.) Water can drain away quickly. ... 
2.) Being so lightweight, perlite can be blown away and tends to float in excess water.
3. Nonrenewable resource. ... 
4. Dust can create respiratory problems and eye irritation

🌱What plants need perlite?
Perlite is a highly useful component of gardening for many reasons:
It is physically stable and retains its shape, even in heavy or saturated soil.
It doesn't decompose.

🌱How much perlite do I add to soil?
How Much Perlite to Add? It's recommended to add perlite so it makes up around 10-50% of the total volume of potting mix. Add 10-20% perlite if you want better water retention and don't plan on using a lot of extra nutrients

🌱Is perlite toxic to humans?
Perlite is a naturally occurring silicous rock and as such, is not toxic. Perlite is used in horticultural, construction and industrial applications.
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LINK IN BIO PERLITE Perlite is an amorphous volcanic glass that has a relatively high water content, typically formed by the hydration of obsidian. It occurs naturally and has the unusual property of greatly expanding when heated sufficiently. 🌱What is perlite used for? Perlite is used in soil mixes (including soilless mediums) to improve aeration and modify the soil substructure, keeping it loose, well-draining, and defying compaction. ... Other uses of perlite include masonry construction, cement and gypsum plasters, and loose fill insulation. 🌱What is perlite made of? Perlite is made from a mined volcanic glass of the same name. As a raw material it contains water, trapped by the rapid cooling of lava. The moisture vaporizes explosively when heat is applied. ... It is easy to mix your own, but make sure you buy horticultural-grade vermiculite and perlite. 🌱What are the disadvantages of perlite? 1.) Water can drain away quickly. ... 2.) Being so lightweight, perlite can be blown away and tends to float in excess water. 3. Nonrenewable resource. ... 4. Dust can create respiratory problems and eye irritation 🌱What plants need perlite? Perlite is a highly useful component of gardening for many reasons: It is physically stable and retains its shape, even in heavy or saturated soil. It doesn't decompose. 🌱How much perlite do I add to soil? How Much Perlite to Add? It's recommended to add perlite so it makes up around 10-50% of the total volume of potting mix. Add 10-20% perlite if you want better water retention and don't plan on using a lot of extra nutrients 🌱Is perlite toxic to humans? Perlite is a naturally occurring silicous rock and as such, is not toxic. Perlite is used in horticultural, construction and industrial applications. . . #passionategardenersathya #sathyaloki #gardening #gardeninspiration #mygreencorner #mygreentreasure #gardening #plantsagram #naturephotography #natureandmeperfect #plantblogger #youtuber #blooger #ikeahome #ikea #greenery #gogreen #mademyday . @_green.aura_ @crafty_lavz @greenthrive.in @the_green.zone_girl @viruksham @pseudoiyer @botanic__bee_ @my_brundavan @glitters.of.nature @1500sqft_gardener @the.succulent.boy

 

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