With the propagation of Headed Cabbage (Brassica oleracea var. Capitata) as the focal point, the ‘Kalliergeia’ editorial team is honored to let the readers (relatives and friends) know, that the series dedicated to the commercial cultivation of this vegetable, reaches successfully to article number four.
The third article in the series dedicated to the cultivation of Headed Cabbage has as its subject the presentation of the characteristics and properties of the soil of the field, while it does not fail to ask various questions about the incomprehensible, persistent and continuous loss of its readers.
The second article in the series dedicated to the cultivation of Headed Cabbage, has as its subject the presentation of the climatic characteristics that are considered suitable for the establishment of the crop and their effect on it, while it is addressed to the inexplicably less and less brave readers.
After the huge reading failure that was the first part of this tribute to the growing of Greek oregano, we revived morale by handing the second part of the series, by the humble but and inventive title ‘Greek Oregano Propagation’.
Growing Greek oregano is of great interest. And one main reason for this is the growing demand for its products, that is to say, the above-ground parts of the plant and the essential oil, which in the case of Origanum vulgare subsp.hirtum is of excellent quality.
At the risk of lose even these two (2) last and bravest readers of ‘Kalliergeia’, post the 5th article in the series on Aloe Vera and its cultivation, with the imaginative title ‘Aloe Vera Planting’.
By the way, confess and our mistake: Finally there are Aloe Vera formulations applied to the widely scalp of the head of our bald fellow humans, helping to create an Australopithecine hairy type.
The use of the material, where third-party rights are not mentioned, is absolutely free. Its sharing, possibly, useful.
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.