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#TECHNOTIPS: Gardening Using Shallow-rooted Crops
by Catheryn Villorente - Monday, 8 June 2020, 11:39 AM
 
shallow rootsDo you have some free space at home? No matter how small or big it is, you can use it for gardening!

When you only have limited garden space to work with, choose plants that will give you big yield even in a small area. Crops with shallow roots such as green leafy vegetables, like pechay and kulitis, and herbs, like basil and mint, can save space in your planting area. Many vegetables and herbs have compact cultivars that are container-friendly and ideal for small gardens.

Make priorities by planting what you love, what’s unique, and what will thrive. Also, plant what tastes best freshly picked.

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