Vegetable Gardening - Condition Your Soil
Our Indoor Vegetable Gardening Package starts with
SoilSyrup. Having good soil that's high in humus and
nutrients is even more important in indoor vegetable, than it is
with traditional gardens. Your vegetables will be counting on you
to provide everything they need to grow. Preparing the soil with
SoilSyrup is a great way to boost humus levels in containers and
help your indoor vegetables absorbs more nutrients. SoilSyrup will
actually improve fertilizer absorption, so fertilizers like
Algoflash work even better. You can fertilize less and still make
sure your indoor vegetable garden is properly feed.
SoilSyrup will also help get your containers ready for planting.
SoilSyrup will help improve water retention and drainage in potted
plants, something that vital to a healthy indoor vegetable garden.
Indoor vegetable gardens also requires that you make sure the soil
has adequate drainage, and is lightly packed to allow proper root
development, drainage and aeration. If the soil is packed too
tightly, there will be problems with root development, drainage and
aeration. When you fill the container with soil, make sure there is
between one and two inches of space at the top for watering. An
easy way to improve the soil aeration and drainage is to mix
AquaRocks into the soil. AquaRocks are
water-absorbing crystals that will allow you to water less while
helping boost root growth.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening Tip - Add generous
amounts of organic matter to your indoor vegetable garden.
SoilSyrup is the easy way to apply extra organic material.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening - Watering Your Plants
One of the few downsides to indoor vegetable gardening is
watering your growing garden. Our Indoor Vegetable
Gardening Package solves all that by providing you with
the tools to easily water and feed your garden for a tasty harvest.
Most plants grown in containers need to be watered frequently, and
as they grow larger, the watering requirements increase. This is
particularly true when plants like tomatoes are producing fruit. By
using AquaRocks and AquaSpikes, you'll be able to grow a large
indoor vegetable garden without spending a lot of time and effort
watering your plants.
Because the volume of soil is relatively small, indoor vegetable
gardens can dry out very quickly, especially if they are on in full
sunlight. It's even more important to add AquaRocks to the soil to
help maintain moisture levels when container gardening.
Make sure to check them and water daily if necessary. The
smaller the container, the more frequent the watering. If you are
going away, have a neighbor check them or use our
Vacation Watering System.
Feel the soil to determine whether it is damp. If you notice
your plants wilt easily or you have to water very frequently, you
can always add more AquaRocks to the container. Simply poke several
deep holes in the soil, making sure you're reaching the root zone
and add a few AquaRocks to each hole. Remember, use sparingly,
AquaRocks will expand to almost 400 times their dry size as they
absorb water, so a little goes a long way. Consider using
AquaSpikes and AquaRocks to create an automatic trickle irrigation
system if you plan to be away for extended periods.
Using AquaSpikes will ensure you're deep watering your indoor
vegetables at the root zone. AquaSpikes are incredibly easy to use
and are really great for indoor vegetable gardening. You just screw
them onto the top of old two-liter plastic bottles, saw the bottom
off the bottle, and then sink them into the soil. Fill the bottle
with water and liquid feed, and your watering is done for the next
few days or even longer. When used with AquaRocks, one application
can keep your soil moist for weeks!
The sides and tip of AquaSpikes contain holes for releasing
water slowly into the soil. Sink them into the soil just a little
bit for quick watering of shallow roots, or deeper for established
plants, where surface watering often has difficulty penetrating
down to new roots! You can set as many as you need around the
plant, or just use one and refill it in seconds with the watering
can as you "do the rounds" in indoor vegetable garden. You save a
lot of time and you don't have to worry about spills.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening Tip -Use AquaSpikes
for direct root watering and to promote healthy root growth.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening - Sunlight
Good indoor vegetable gardening requires at least five
hours of direct sunlight each day, and many plants will
benefit from even more. As a general rule, leafy vegetables such as
cabbage and lettuce can tolerate the most shade, while root crops
such as beets and carrots will need more sun. Fruiting vegetables
such as tomatoes and cucumbers need the most sun. Rotate your
containers in a circular motion every couple of days to provide
even sunlight to all the plants in the container.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening - Fertilizer
Indoor vegetable gardening requires that you fertilize
regularly, since you're flushing nutrients out with each
watering. Fertilize plants with the recommended rate of a
water-soluble fertilizer like Algoflash. It's a good idea to use a dilute
liquid fertilizer with every other watering but at least every two
to three weeks. Algoflash is a complete, balanced fertilizer that
will add trace elements to the soil. Algoflash will not burn and
kill your plants. Adding SoilSyrup can also help add humus to
protect container plants from over-fertilizing or over-liming. Our
Indoor Vegetable Package comes with a liter of Algoflash
all-purpose plant food, enough to keep your garden fed for
Indoor Vegetable Gardening Tip -Use Algoflash
every time you water to safely keep your indoor garden fed and
provide trace nutrients to keep vegetables healthy.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening - When To Plant
One of the great aspects of indoor vegetable
gardening is you don't have to stick to any schedule.
You can start indoor vegetable gardens any time you want. You can
start vegetables from seed much easier indoors because you don't
have to wait for certain weather conditions. MegaGro is a great way
to help boost germination of even the most difficult seed. As the
seeds sprout, make sure that you thin them. One squash or broccoli
seed will make a very large plant. Or you can start your indoor
vegetable gardening from nursery purchased plants and instantly add
beauty to your containers.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening Tip - Plant a
mixture of annual and perennial vegetables, with a mix of early and
later season crops.
Cherry tomatoes are especially fun and easy for indoor vegetable
gardening. They will continue to grow for a very long time as you
continue to pick off the little tomatoes. Herbs are another
favorite for indoor vegetable gardeners. They are perfect for
container gardening. Many of them are very attractive and will
spill over the containers. Most also have a very fragrant odor.
Mint, rosemary, chives and cilantro grow best in the cooler months.
They can be grown from cuttings, seed or transplants.
Indoor Vegetable Gardening - Boosting Your Harvest
For years, commercial growers have been using MegaGro all over
the world to achieve better blossom and fruit set. As a flower and
fruit set, MegaGro is the best for indoor vegetable gardens to help
your plants product more fruit. Containing an easy to use formula
of Gibberellic acid, all you have to do is spray your plants and
watch them grow! MegaGro works great with any plant you're growing
indoors. MegaGro is the secret to great indoor vegetable
Indoor Vegetable Gardening Tip -Spray your
indoor vegetables with MegaGro for a bountiful harvest and giant
By following these tips and using our Indoor Vegetable
Package, you'll be able to enjoy your indoor gardening
without a lot of work. So try indoor vegetable
gardening, it's fun, inexpensive and
Indoor Vegetable Gardening