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How to grow Coriander / Dhaniya / Cilantro at home? || 5 May, 2017

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How to Grow Coriander/Dhaniya/Cilantro at Home (WITHIN 10 DAYS)

Grow Healthy Coriander/Cilantro/Dhaniya in your Terrace Garden Fast and Easy......HARVEST CORIANDER WITHIN ONE MONTH
Daizz's tips:-
1.) Choose the time of year. The best time to plant coriander/cilantro depends on where you live. Cilantro won't survive in frosty conditions, but it doesn't like extreme heat either. In temperate climates, the best time to start planting coriander/cilantro is in late spring, between the months of March and May. In more tropical climates, cilantro will grow better during cooler, dry times of year, such as fall.
• You may also have success by planting coriander/cilantro late in the summer and allowing it to grow into the fall.
• If the weather grows too hot, the coriander/cilantro plants will start to bolt - which means they will flower and go to seed, so choose your time of year wisely. To get a head start on the weather, try starting your seeds indoors and then transfer them outside as the weather improves.


2.)Prepare a spot in your garden. Select a patch of soil where the coriander/cilantro will get full exposure to the sun. It will tolerate some shade in southerly areas where the sun gets very hot during the day. The soil should be light and well-drained.
• If you wish to cultivate the soil before planting, use a shovel, rototiller or spade to work 2 to 3 inches of an organic mulch such as compost, rotten leaves or manure into the top layer of soil. If you are using manure, make sure the manure is composted or aged for at least 3 months so it doesn't burn the young plants. Rake the area smooth before planting.


3.) Plant the coriander/cilantro seeds. Sow the seeds about 1⁄2 inch deep, spaced 3 to 4 inches apart, in rows approximately 1/3 foot apart. coriander/Cilantro seeds need plenty of moisture to germinate, so make sure to water them frequently. They need about an inch of water per week. They should germinate in about 7 to 9 days.
• As coriander/cilantro grows so quickly, you should plant a new batch of seeds every 2 to 3 weeks to ensure that you have a fresh supply of cilantro throughout the growing season.


4.) Care for the coriander/cilantro. Once the seedlings have reached about 2 inches in height, you can fertilize them with compost or organic fertilizer. Be careful not to over-fertilize, you only need about 1/4 of a cup for every 25 feet of growing space.
• Once the plants have established themselves, they do not need as much water. You should aim to keep the soil damp, but not soggy, as coriander/cilantro is a dry climate herb.

5.) Prevent overcrowding. Stop the cilantro plants from becoming overcrowded by thinning the seedlings when the cilantro is 2 to 3 inches tall. Pull out the smaller plants and leave the strongest ones to grow larger. The smaller plants can be used in cooking and eaten.
• You can also prevent weeds from growing by spreading some mulch around the base of the plants as soon as they are visible above the soil.

6.) Harvest the cilantro. Harvest cilantro by cutting off individual leaves and stems from the base of the plant, near ground level, when the stems are 4 to 6 inches tall. Use the fresh, new shoots in cooking, not the older, ferny-type leaves which can taste bitter.
• Don't cut off more than one third of the leaves at one time, as this can weaken the plant.
• Once you have harvested the leaves, the plant will continue to grow for at least two or three more cycles.

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DAIZZ'S TIP:-Coriander/Cilantro is a highly aromatic herb that is used to enhance the flavor of many South-East Asian and Mexican cuisines and as a dressing to improve the appearance of meal served. Most of the people tend to think that cilantro is one of the most difficult herbs to grow but that’s not true. However, it is little but easy to grow if you follow the way of growing coriander/cilantro.
Choosing a Pot
Mostly people choose too shallow pots for growing cilantro but that’s a mistake. Similar to dill, cilantro needs a pot that is deep and wide. For growing cilantro in a pot, choose one that is 10-12 inches wide and at least 10-12 inches deep

Best Cilantro Planting Time
Start growing cilantro once all the dangers of frost are passed. You can grow cilantro successively from spring to fall. In warm temperates and much hotter regions.you can grow cilantro in winters too. Cilantro can tolerate light frost easily. Below the zone 8, in much cooler regions, you can grow cilantro in cold frames and overwinter it.

In hot tropical climate , coriander/cilantro grows best in fall and winter. However, it can be grown year round in such climates as in many tropical countries fresh cilantro leaves are available throughout the year but you’ll need to cope with the bolting problem. You may need to harvest quickly and provide shade in spring and summer.
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Todays Topic is How to grow Coriander also called Cilantro or Dhania from Seeds at home in containers / pots and care of coriander.

• What is the Best Time to grow Coriander: This depends on your location or the climate you live in. Coriander cannot grow and survive in frosty conditions and also in extreme heat conditions. In temperate climates, the best time to start sowing cilantro is between the months of March and September.
• What Potting Mix to use: Choose any well drained soil. Its good if you have compost mixed in it. Cultivate the soil before planting, use a small hand cultivator if you are growing in a pot.
• How to Sow the seeds. Prepare the seeds by splitting them. You can do this by rolling them gently as shown in the video. Then Moisten the soil with a little water until it's just damp, but not soggy. Sprinkle the seeds lightly over the soil to disperse evenly. Cover with another quarter inch of soil.
• Sunlight: Place the pot in a sunny location after germination. Coriander needs full sun to grow, so place it in a place like a sunny window-sill. The seeds should germinate within 3 to 7 days depending on the climate.
• Keep the soil moist using a spray bottle to lightly mist the soil daily. If you pour water onto the soil, it might displace the seeds.
• Lastly Few More Care Tips: Once the seedlings have reached about 2 inches (5.1 cm) in height, you can fertilize them with a small quantity of compost or organic fertilizer.
• They do not need much water. You should just keep the soil damp.
• Prevent weeds from growing around them – Just handpick and eliminate them.
• Lastly Once the stems reach 4 to 6 inches in length, Harvest your coriander.

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How to Grow Coriander/Cilantro/Dhaniya at Home

Grow Healthy Coriander/Cilantro/Dhaniya in your Terrace Garden Fast and Easy......HARVEST CORIANDER WITHIN ONE MONTH
Daizz's tips:-
1.) Choose the time of year. The best time to plant coriander/cilantro depends on where you live. Cilantro won't survive in frosty conditions, but it doesn't like extreme heat either. In temperate climates, the best time to start planting coriander/cilantro is in late spring, between the months of March and May. In more tropical climates, cilantro will grow better during cooler, dry times of year, such as fall.
• You may also have success by planting coriander/cilantro late in the summer and allowing it to grow into the fall.
• If the weather grows too hot, the coriander/cilantro plants will start to bolt - which means they will flower and go to seed, so choose your time of year wisely. To get a head start on the weather, try starting your seeds indoors and then transfer them outside as the weather improves.


2.)Prepare a spot in your garden. Select a patch of soil where the coriander/cilantro will get full exposure to the sun. It will tolerate some shade in southerly areas where the sun gets very hot during the day. The soil should be light and well-drained.
• If you wish to cultivate the soil before planting, use a shovel, rototiller or spade to work 2 to 3 inches of an organic mulch such as compost, rotten leaves or manure into the top layer of soil. If you are using manure, make sure the manure is composted or aged for at least 3 months so it doesn't burn the young plants. Rake the area smooth before planting.


3.) Plant the coriander/cilantro seeds. Sow the seeds about 1⁄2 inch deep, spaced 3 to 4 inches apart, in rows approximately 1/3 foot apart. coriander/Cilantro seeds need plenty of moisture to germinate, so make sure to water them frequently. They need about an inch of water per week. They should germinate in about 7 to 9 days.
• As coriander/cilantro grows so quickly, you should plant a new batch of seeds every 2 to 3 weeks to ensure that you have a fresh supply of cilantro throughout the growing season.


4.) Care for the coriander/cilantro. Once the seedlings have reached about 2 inches in height, you can fertilize them with compost or organic fertilizer. Be careful not to over-fertilize, you only need about 1/4 of a cup for every 25 feet of growing space.
• Once the plants have established themselves, they do not need as much water. You should aim to keep the soil damp, but not soggy, as coriander/cilantro is a dry climate herb.

5.) Prevent overcrowding. Stop the cilantro plants from becoming overcrowded by thinning the seedlings when the cilantro is 2 to 3 inches tall. Pull out the smaller plants and leave the strongest ones to grow larger. The smaller plants can be used in cooking and eaten.
• You can also prevent weeds from growing by spreading some mulch around the base of the plants as soon as they are visible above the soil.

6.) Harvest the cilantro. Harvest cilantro by cutting off individual leaves and stems from the base of the plant, near ground level, when the stems are 4 to 6 inches tall. Use the fresh, new shoots in cooking, not the older, ferny-type leaves which can taste bitter.
• Don't cut off more than one third of the leaves at one time, as this can weaken the plant.
• Once you have harvested the leaves, the plant will continue to grow for at least two or three more cycles.

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You do not need to split or scarify the Coriander seeds if they are fresh, in good conditions they will germinate in around 10 - 14 days.

You can leave a few plants to ‘go to seed’ and them collect your own seeds for the next year.

Coriander (Cilantro) is really a cool season crop, in very hot weather it tends to bolt and go to seed early. However it does not like really cold weather.

The same technique of sowing the seed works both for containers or the garden.

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How to plant coriander seeds for the best results in your organic garden

Planting and growing coriander is often considered difficult, but it need not be. This video demonstrates how to plant coriander seeds to grow healthy organic coriander plants you can harvest all year round.
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How to Grow Coriander (Dhaniya) at home

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5 Spices Anyone Can Grow At Home Over And Over Again

Spices are frequently used in cooking in combination with herbs.
Here are some of the spices you can try growing at home:

1.Ginger.
Ginger is often referred to as ginger root.
Ginger is popularly used in savory curries as well as herbal teas not only for flavor but its medicinal-value.
The rhizome has a branching habit and sends out new shoots as it grows and spreads. The plant can be easily propagated from 1” to 2” pieces of the rhizome containing, at least, one ‘eye’ or growing-bud.

Fill a large tub with rich, well-draining potting-mix. Sow-in several pieces of ginger 6” apart in the tub.
Keep the tub in a well-lit area or under grow lights. Water regularly when the soil feels dry.

2.Turmeric.
Turmeric is a colored relative of ginger. This Indian native can be grown much the same way as ginger. If the antimicrobial and anti-tumor properties of turmeric do not prompt you to use it more liberally in your cooking, growing your own just might.

Turmeric is more often sold and used in its dried-form. However, if you can get a few pieces of the rhizome to start with, they will multiply every year, providing you with more than you’d need.


3. Garlic.
Garlic is a very easy bulb to grow indoors or outdoors. All it takes is separating the cloves and sticking them into moist, well-draining soil.

You can start the bulbs indoors any time of the year, but fall planting is best for outdoor beds. Longer growing season gives the plants enough time to develop good-sized bulbs. Keep the soil evenly moist, but water logging can result in bulb rot. The leaves of the garlic can be used as an herb. The mature bulbs can be harvested when the leaves start to wilt in summer.

4. mustard.
Mustard is an excellent spice to grow at home because you can make your own mustard sauces with it.
Start the seeds in a shallow tray and transplant them into pots when the plants develop two sets of true leaves. The seedlings, as well as the young leaves, can be used as greens, so you can thin them out as necessary. Keep the pots in a sunny-location and water them regularly. The thin, long seed pods that follow the flowers contain several seeds. They should be harvested before they burst open. Cut-off the stalks while they are still green and dry them in the shade inside a sack. The seeds will require winnowing to clean them.
Use whole-seeds for tempering or grind them with vinegar to make your own mustard-sauce.

5.Coriander.
The name Coriander can mean an herb and a spice.
The Leaves Are called cilantro whereas The spice is the dried seeds of the same plant, which are very different in taste.
it thrives as an herb during the cool season, but when the temperature rises, the plant bolts, sending-up a long stem carrying the flowers that would eventually develop into coriander-seeds.

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