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How much to water The vine is a plant with a small stem, which has branches called branches and produces an edible fruit, the grapes. In Europe there are many vineyards and depending on the geographical location of the vineyard, the altitude from which the plants grow varies. Although growing on almost all soils, the vine is a plant particularly exposed to the risk of damage from atmospheric agents and it is good to follow some precautions to water: it is good to consider the capacity of absorption of the soil and exposure to sunlight, always bearing in mind that cultivation on pergolas requires higher doses of water.
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Rose essential oil

The rose in ancient times It was mainly Arab women who first understood the importance of this flower and used its petals to produce fragrances and cosmetics. Only later did we also begin to discover its beneficial effects and so from the petals we obtained the essential oil of rose to be able to use it in different areas.
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Equipment

Reciprocating saw

Reciprocating saw Bosch Bosch has been a leading brand in the production and marketing of electro tools for many years, from the DIY range to semi-professional tools for the medium industry. Take for example the Bosch PST 650 model: it is not a professional device, indeed it is suitable in all those situations where high power and professional performances are not required.
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Fruit and Vegetables

Calories goji berries

What are goji berries Goji berries are small fruits obtained from an oriental plant that grows naturally along the Chinese ridge and in Mongolia. Today they are successfully cultivated also in Europe, they have a ruby ​​red color and sweet taste. These berries are harvested and left to dry in order to be consumed alone or as an accompaniment to other foods.
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Leafy and salad vegetables

On this page we will talk about: see also: Cultivation Vegetables Leaf and salad vegetables Salad is a vegetable that in its different varieties will grow in your garden practically in every season: start to cultivate lettuce in the spring, followed by the summer chicory and in autumn, until winter, with red radicchio, in order to ensure an uninterrupted supply.
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Gardening

Fertilizer for surfinie

Question: fertilizer for surfinie since this year I am venturing into gardening, I planted various quality flowers in pots and planters, now my doubt concerns the fertilizer where I took all my plants they gave me the Vilmorin granular fertilizer petunia geraniums and surfinie I don't know if it's okay and I can't quantify how much I have to put per plant, if the product is good, otherwise you can recommend other fertilizer for the various flowers placed, then courtesy what advice you can give me to always have surfinies in bloom and green leaves I planted several.
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