How To Grow English Cucumbers

growing English Cucumbers

English Cucumbers are a warm weather crop that is easy to grow. They are a member of the cucurbitacea family which also includes melons, pumpkins and squash. English cucumbers were bred to have a thinner smooth skin with less seeds, which make it perfect for eating fresh. Starting Seeds Indoors To get an early start…

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How To Grow Broccoli

Broccoli in the garden

Broccoli is another cool weather crop that you can grow at home. It is a cole crop and part of the Brassica family along with Brussels Sprouts, kale and cabbage. Starting Seeds Early In The Season Broccoli can take a long time to grow, some take 85 – 100 days to harvest, so it is…

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Terpenes A Closer Look At Camphene

Terpenes A Closer Look at Camphene is part of the discussion on the role that terpenes play in cannabis. Camphene is the terpene found in camphor oil, citronella, valerian, nutmeg, rosemary and some types of cannabis. The aroma is earthy, woody and herbal with a touch of pine, often referred to similar to that of…

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Terpenes A Closer Look At Caryophyllene

Terpenes A Closer Look At Caryophyllene is part of the discussion of the role terpenes play in cannabis. Caryophyllene is the terpene found in black pepper, cloves, cinnamon, hops, basil, rosemary, oregano, ylang-ylang and some types of cannabis. The aroma is spicy, woody and peppery. One Of TheTop 5 Terpenes Considered one of the Top…

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Terpenes A Closer Look At Camphor

Terpenes A Closer Look At Camphor is part of the discussion of the role that terpenes play in cannabis. Camphor is a terpene found in the camphor laurel tree, rosemary, basil, mint, raspberries, apricots, sage, ginger and some types of cannabis. The aroma is woody and minty. Benefits of Camphor It can assist in the…

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Terpenes A Closer Look At Phellandrene

Terpenes A Closer Look at Phellandrene is part of the discussion of terpenes and the role they play in cannabis. Phellandrene is a terpene found in ginger, lavender, mint, dill, allspice, black pepper, fennel, parsley, pine, cinnamon, eucalyptus and some strains of cannabis. The aroma is minty, peppery, woody with hints of citrus. Benefits of…

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