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Help with identifying this rapidly growing plant

Posted: 11/02/2013 at 15:09

I think it's persicaria orientalis like this.

Help with identifying this rapidly growing plant

Posted: 11/02/2013 at 15:03

it is not a persicaria odorata, because have no red stalk (stem). The asian persicaria we eat at salat or cooking in vegetable soup. I'll looking also for the correct kind, have no idea at the moment...

Talkback: Gardening by the moon

Posted: 10/02/2013 at 15:54

...yes. But it's a good idea. So, you finally can give the Moon blamed the failures..., Greetings, ThaiGer.

Flower in the garden...

Posted: 09/02/2013 at 15:41

I love 2 so much, makes my happy, look at: Magnilia and Ginger  ,Greetings, ThaiGer.

 

companions

Posted: 06/02/2013 at 19:11

Here you can find some experiences about organic pest control. Very good ideas too, and new for me (and interesting). ThaiGer.

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Posted: 06/02/2013 at 19:00

jajajaja, I think about my time in old Germany...But grandpa cut them every time before we goes to pik up the fruits. He teach me for all and I no remember that the nettles bite me...And in Thailand we have more and another pests, I don't know , how much...The biggest problem here are the very hungry butterfly species, no herbs help. Greetings, ThaiGer.

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Posted: 06/02/2013 at 15:18

hello, coming from work and read not all posts-quick answer from my small experiences:

stinging nettle together with fruit trees and bushs against aphids

basil (Basilicum) together with cucumber, cabbage and tomatoes against mildew and white fly

southern wormwood (artemisia abrotanum), rosmary together with cabbage and carot against cabbage butterfly

lavender together with roses against ants

tagetes together with tomatoes, cabbage, botatoes and strawberries against nematodes

horse radish together with cherry and peach against leaf curl. Greetings, ThaiGer

 

What's special about gardening In your county?

Posted: 03/02/2013 at 08:45

...maybe, but I have not say that no problemes on our land. Our biggest problem are clean air and water! What can we do? Close our farm exist two plantations: 1 for rubber tree and another for rice. The owner on this large land plots spray every seasons 1000s of liter chemy on plants and soil. We need both: clean soil and air. Our deagon fruits blooming only 1(!) night/season...and we need the nignt-insects for propagation, and the most of insects not flying in the night time. We are happy, that all of the other neigbours used only organic methods. Many time for convincing the neighbours to organic we spend in the last time...

planting a raised flower bed

Posted: 03/02/2013 at 08:22

Hello, HERE you can have a look for raised beds. We have no flower beds, but some very old raised herb/vegies beds. I must no have it; they stay since 15 years and so we used it for some herbs, it's better for the back of old papa/mama. Look THIS. Greetings, ThaiGer.

What's special about gardening In your county?

Posted: 03/02/2013 at 07:38

Hello, We have more than 35-40 degrees Celsius (10% humidity) on the day and at night less than 20 degrees Celsius (80% humidity).

We live at the end of a very large mountain valley that blow a cool night-wind from southern China via Laos to us. Our farm is located about 900 metres above sea level, left and right go up almost 1400 meters high on the mountains. On the day the soil dries (loamy, ferrous) quickly out. But we have no major problems with the cultivation of our plants; plenty of water and compost are necessary. The mix of equatorial-wet and desert-dry climate is our special. Greetings, ThaiGer

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