Home farming steps

Home farming is one of the methods that is used to give the home a beautiful and distinctive look, in addition to that it gives comfort and a special artistic touch at home, and we will present in this article the steps of home farming.

 Materials and tools you will need in agriculture

  • Dirt provided that it is suitable for cultivation.
  • A plastic box provided that it is perforated.
  • An empty tray or pot for planting.
  • The plant to be planted.

Home farming steps

  • First, you must agree with the people of your home on the type of plants that you would prefer to have in your home.
  • Then you should gather some information about this plant.
  • The gathering of information is done with the intention of knowing the conditions that need and are appropriate for it to grow.
  • After that, the seeds of the plant to be grown must be obtained from the places designated for the sale of agricultural supplies.
  • And often your choice of the plant is indicated on several scales.
  • The most important of them is that they are inexpensive, suitable for agriculture, available, and easy growth.
  • If your choice is on cactus, know that it reproduces by cropping.
  • But if your choice was made on the mint plant, for example, then you need a branch of it to be able to multiply it.
  • When choosing a spider, you must crop a portion of the parent plant in order to grow it, and the part to be cut must contain basic parts: the roots, stem, and a few buds.
  • In order to ensure the success of your transplant, more than one part of the parent plant must be taken.
  • Try to get three to seven portions of the parent plant.
  • Place the roots you got in a container of water, and the root should be dipped only and not the whole part.
  • Often the roots are left in this position for a period of one to fourteen days.
  • Attention must be paid to the necessity of changing the water on a daily basis in order to avoid plant rot.
  • You will notice the emergence and growth of roots in the bowl during this period.
  • The emergence and growth of its roots is evidence of its readiness to grow.
  • Then go to prepare the place where you want to plant it. If the container is closed, you must dispose of the upper cover for it and keep the base and the rest of the pot.
  • If you have chosen pots for cultivation, this relieves you from the hassle of disposing of the top covers.
  • Next, make holes in the container you choose, and those holes are for ventilation and drainage of water from the container.
  • Then fill the bowl with the gravel from the bottom, then with the appropriate soil.
  • Then dip the plant in the soil, whether using a tool for that or with your hand, but make sure that this step is done gently.
  • Dip the visible from the root of the plant with dirt.
  • Water it with water, and the watering should be done in moderation.