Written by Joy
Oct 22 2021
Soil: The culture soil of growing Mint indoors can be garden soil, coarse sand, peat, organic fertilizer, according to the ratio of 4:3:2:1. What you need to be aware of is that the organic manure has to rot.
Water: you had better not pour directly to the leaf when growing Mint indoors, also do not let the earth splash to the leaf, lest produce disease, which can lay a layer of small stone on the earth surface, beautiful prevent disease again, tap water had better bask in two days to use again under the sun.
Fertilizer: You can use expired milk, lactic acid bacteria, rice water, eggshells when growing Mint indoors, and avoid artificial chemical fertilizers.
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