Cultivation of parsley in the greenhouse
Cultivation of parsley in the greenhouse.
It is also an aromatic plant. The Greeks and Romans used it as a sweetener and food garnish. There are two types of it:
Parsley has wrinkled leaves and is distinguished by its aromatic flavor and decorative and fluffy leaves, which makes it the best in garnish.
The other type is flat-leaf parsley, which has been called Italian parsley in food recipes
Its flavor and taste are stronger than curly leaf parsley with broad, toothed leaves.
Your guide to growing parsley in the greenhouse:
Greenhouse cultivation is characterized by providing a suitable climate for plants to grow
We also see that the cultivation of parsley needs a somewhat low temperature, so it is between 19: 29 degrees Celsius.
In addition to the existence of a natural source of light that helps it grow and flower, and it is known that the greenhouse can easily play this role
As it provides a suitable climate for the plant and the method of cultivation in it does not differ from outdoor cultivation, but it provides the appropriate climate for cultivation
It is also preferable that the soil in which parsley is grown is salt-free, for example: light yellow soil
Its pH must be between 6: 7 degrees, and nutrients can be mixed with organic soil by approximately 50%.
It is noticeable in the cultivation of parsley that soap drops are added to warm water, and then the seeds are left in it
As this helps to break the seed cover, the seeds are distributed and covered, and then they are well irrigated, taking care not to increase or reduce the irrigation water, but in a moderate manner.
As for fertilization, it can be done by adding some amount of natural fertilizer with the chemical
Holes are also dug in the soil, provided that the distance between them is 25:30 cm, and irrigation is done on a weekly basis, at least once a week.
Except in periods of drought, then weeds that may be harmful to parsley are removed.
When it reaches three leaves or more, its growth is complete, and therefore it can be harvested.
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