中文版链接：https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pFyab_pIyj8 Please subscribe to our channel or visit our website at asiangarden2table.com. We have great selection of Asian vegetable seed for sale. Thank you very much for your support. Our container vegetables have grown much bigger. Here is some update. We will also talk about using fertilizer in container gardening. One of the common problems in container gardening is fertilizing. I mixed aged rabbit manure with potting mix, ¼ ratio, as growing soil in the containers. Two weeks after transplanting, the vegetables had shown signs of nutrients deficiency. Organic fertilizer takes months up to years to fully de-compost. There is very limited nutrients available for the vegetables in such short period. In order to let vegetables grow better, we should supplement some fertilizer. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsContainer Vegetable Gardening: Using Epsom Salt, Fertilizer, My Mid August RoutineShipping container house – Green roofFREE ORGANIC FERTILIZER | GOAT DUNG / SHEEP DUNG | Flowering & Vegetable GardeningGM Develops Green Thumb in Urban GardeningJuly Container Garden Harvest Update Deer and Possum Organic Vegetable Gardening lettuce seedContainer Garden UPDATE November 28th organic vegetable gardening how to plant
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