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Trees for the Future has helped to create sustainable and productive communities throughout the world since 1989. We do this by teaching and empowering rural groups to grow sustainable, renewable forests for agriculture and food, firewood, construction, water collection and filtration and animal habitat. We do this though free distance training programs and teams of dedicated individuals in the field who train, support and facilitate hope for members of communities to build better lives for themselves. Gardening Tips 1. Creating a new gardenIf you are a kind of person who likes to have things done your way and if the most important factor is self-satisfaction then you are very much welcome to this site. Here we teach you to create the Garden of your dreams.2. Selecting a healthy plantYour dream…
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All outdoor plants require at least 5-6 hours of direct sunlight a day to remain healthy, retain their colour, fruit and flower. Depending on the type of plant, remember to place it in an appropriate position where plenty of sunlight is available. While watering plants, keep a few things in mind: Check soil for moisture, if moist watering is not required. If you do expect a hot day ahead then you could give it a bit of a sprinkle. Make sure the soil is never left soggy for long periods letting it dry between watering. This will prevent the plants from rotting due to suffocation. Plants like cactus need to be watered once in a week and placed in full sun The best time to water plants is in the…
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All indoor or semi-shade plants as they're more commonly called, require a minimum of 2-3 hours of light. It is suggested that early morning or late evening sunlight, or at least a good amount of reflected light from a nearby window is optimum for indoor plants.Depending on placement, water semi-shade plants every alternate day. Again, this is not a rule of thumb as different plants have different needs; thus watering schedules should be arranged accordingly. Many factors like wind intensity, amount of light, daytime temperature, among others, have a considerable effect on the plant. Orchids for example, need to be watered at least twice a day and up to three times on really hot days, as with many fern varieties.As leaves are severely light-responsive, it is important to change the…
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