The third part of the unusually popular tribute to the commercial cultivation of Pomegranate, refers to the layout, i.e. the system of planting & the planting distances. And by the way, is going for an online walk around the world to evaluate and compare planting systems and recommendations about the tree.
The second part of the unexpectedly catchy reading series on the professional cultivation of Pomegranate (Punica granatum), deals with the selection of the appropriate site for the establishment of a Pomegranate orchard, where all those factors that prevent or permit such a project are presented.
A new series on commercial Pomegranate plantations begins with the article entitled ‘Climate & Soil Requirements of Pomegranate’. This article presents all the climatic and soil parameters that play a key role in the establishment, development and productivity of the Pomegranate trees.
Field Planting Cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. capitata) is another link in the long and heavy chain of articles with which the editorial team of ‘Kalliergeia’ has the ambition to firmly tie the few remaining readers of the series. A series that – we have no reason to hide it – is clearly dedicated to the cultivation of this extremely popular and beneficial leafy vegetable.
Seeding Cabbage methods and techniques is the subject of the following article, which is contained in the lamentable series of articles devoted to cultivation of this so popular leafy vegetable whith endless scientific name Brassica oleracea var. capitata.
The propagation of Headed Cabbage and the factors that affect the germination of its seed are the main subject of this article. Which, if we did not lose the count, is the fourth of the series devoted to the cultivation of the Headed Cabbage, Brassica oleracea var. capitata.
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Planting or making a hole in the water? Anyhow somebody can see, it is certain that the artificial island, Freedom Cove, created by Mrs Catherine King and Mr. Wayne Adams in Canada, includes many plants, a vegetable garden and four greenhouses. As for the hole, yes and that is there. For fishing from the living room.