Organic Kitchen Gardening and my personal musings

This blog is about my experiments with Organic Kitchen Gardening and sometimes about other personal experiences of my life… Please leave a comment about anything that touched you. Comments help to keep the blogger motivated to keep blogging :)

Hello world! May 7, 2009

Filed under: Organic Farming and Kitchen Garden — rajapanda @ 10:00 am
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My interests are Long Distance running, Swimming, Cycling and Organic Kitchen Garden. Apart from these i sometimes have views on almost anything that i come across 🙂

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6 Responses to “Hello world!”

  1. raghu rao Says:

    Hi raja,

    good to hear from you! I am writing my responses in the body of your email.

    raghu

    Regards
    Raja

    Note: I have posted the same reply in blog page (https://rajsmusings.wordpress.com/) too.

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    Date: Tue, 23 Jun 2009 11:53:47 +0530
    Subject: reply to comment on my blog
    From: rajpanda@gmail.com
    To: raghu_oasisfarm@hotmail.com

    Hi Raghu,

    Thanks for stopping by my blog. Nice to know that you offer courses on Organic Terrace gardening.
    Next time you conduct it, please keep me in loop. I’ll try to make it.

    Our next course in slated for July 18th at our office. Will request my colleague Ms. Shobha to send you the details.

    Right now am looking for answers to few questions, see if you can help me out:

    1. Which utility(vegetables/leafy/medicinal) plants can grow in bright shade. Almost half of my lawn doesn’t get direct sunlight and am wondering what to grow there.

    Vegetables normally do best in full sun. But since you have bright shade, but no direct sun, you could try and grow stuff that normally (in Bangalore conditions) are grown under shade net. This could be cherry tomatoes, baby corn, capsicum (bell peppers), you could also try and grow betel leaves and pepper (you’ll have to provide humidity by spraying water) and the leafy green vegetables. You could also grow turmeric, ginger, galangal, etc. – all medicinal -there is quite a range!! If you want to grow ornamentals you could try coleus (colourful leaves), impatiens (flowers), and other stuff… All the best!

    2. Is it possible to do a soil analysis of my garden and find what will grow best in it.

    It definitely is! But I will need to make a visit and you will have to pay AME something! We can discuss that at a future point in time if you are interested.

    Raghu

  2. ravi Says:

    stumbled into your block , reading about gardening, love the blog, will be looking forward to read more blogs from you.
    Ravi

  3. Jay Says:

    Hi Raghu, Would you have some time to talk during the day. I am interested in vegetable gardening in pots and have experimented quite a few, but somehow the yield is not there, so wanted to get some tips. i can be reached at 9845456004

    Thanks
    Jay

  4. Rohit Singh Says:

    I love all of these!! Little house plants make my day. Seriously. I think of them as little fairy worlds. Winter is coming so anyone can suggest me address for Buy Seeds Online India store.

  5. try to find you in FB but could not , if you can try to add me in FB


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