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Brilliantly simple way to grow green onions without land

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If you like fresh greens and would like to grow it yourself at home, but would not like to mess with the ground, you can try the following trick - grow the feathers of young green onions ... in egg trays. How often they stay after buying eggs and are thrown into the trash! It turns out that they can replace both the pot and the ground at the same time: the bulbs sprout beautifully in egg trays and give a lot of fresh greens.

In order to grow green onions without land, you will need to pre-soak the bulbs for 12 hours or a day in water of 40 degrees - this activates the bulbs and will give faster growth of feathers. Next you need to put the egg trays on a baking sheet or in any other container and fill it with water. Plant the bulbs in the egg trays and send them to a warm place for germination. Periodically, as evaporation, water pour. By the way, green onion grows well in sawdust: sawdust treated with boiling water is poured into the container (you can buy at any pet store), bulbs are planted in them.

Onion feathers are cut several times, which means a pair of egg trays or a single container with sawdust is more than enough to get a lot of fresh green onions for the whole family!

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