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Grow your own vegetables

Updated on August 9, 2009


Grow your own vegetables


‘These products are cent percent free from any artificial flavours or preservatives; they do not contain traces of any pesticide either.’ Yes, this perfectly describes the vegetables (and fruits) in your own kitchen garden. You can easily grow vegetables from the comfort of your own home, and never again have to suffer the agony of dry vegetables, infested with worms, or have to savour a rotten fruit again. But of course, all this is easier said than done. You need to work really hard to get ‘project farm’ running. And there is no guarantee that your efforts will bear fruit. Many a time, things can go awry. So also, not every vegetable and fruit can be grown in every part of the world. So, if you are dreaming of feasting on the most luscious of fruits, think again. The type of vegetables you can grow, depends on the type of climatic conditions prevailing in your place. So identify the vegetables and fruits which can grow with ease at your place, and try your hand at them. Believe me when I say that the fruit of hard work is very much tasty, and you will never have tasted anything as sweet as the first banana you have grown on your own, neither will you turn up your nose at the oh-its-not-for-me brinjal, when it results from your sweat and toil. So long.




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