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Growing Corriander/Cilantro
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m Srinivas
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September 22, 2015 - 8:39 pm
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Hi All!,

I am a beginner in the home gardening/hydroponics domain and I need somebody to guide me in detail to grow Cilantro without soil.
Anyone please help me.

Thanks in Advance!
Srinivas

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Keerthiraaja
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October 27, 2015 - 7:57 pm
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Cilantro can be grown only in soil. since its stem is weak, it needs a good soil to hold by its roots.
take some seeds crush them so the seeds split into two and scatter them on the potting mix.
Potting mix can be coco peet and soil at 1:1 ratio. keep the potting mix wet, place them in a warm place.
U should be seeing growth in a few days

Thanks

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