Sunday, 6 June 2021

We all want to grow coriander(cilantro) in our home garden.

In this blog, we are going to tell you the easiest method called hydroponic farming i.e. how to grow coriander in water.

So, let's start with the process.

How to grow Coriander in water

Ways to grow coriander in water at home:

1. Start with good-quality coriander seeds.

For better germination buy seeds from an agriculture store or you can buy normal coriander from the general store.

2. Now you have to crush the seeds in two pieces by applying some pressure. You just need to press the seed gently with some weight, which will break the coriander into two halves.

This treatment is used to improve the germination rate.

Friends, if you are growing coriander in soil, then you should consider breaking the seed into two pieces.

Be careful while crushing, you just have to break the seed into two pieces. Do not make powder.

After crushing, there will be split seeds as well as some whole seeds, which is not a problem.

Now the seeds are ready to grow.

3. Now take a container, which should not be transparent.

4. Fill it with water. Now place a basket on top of the container filled with water.

Now on this basket, sprinkle the split seeds.

How to grow Coriander in water

Guys here's a trick: Don't spray all the seeds at once, sprinkle at an interval of 5-6 days. This will help you in harvesting the coriander later.

Look, we saved some seeds for the next two times.

Add a little more water to the container so the seeds can come into contact with the water. Do not let the seeds dry out.

If you feel that you will not be able to keep the seeds moist by refilling the water, cover the seeds with tissue paper or cotton cloth.

5. Now put this setup in a bright place. In winter, direct sunlight is fine.

But in the summer you should protect the hydroponically grown coriander setup from the scorching sun.

The seeds will start to germinate in 7-10 days.

6.Friends, we have put tissue paper over the seeds, to keep them moist for a longer time. When the seeds begin to germinate, either remove the tissue paper or leave it there but rub and tear it with your hands, so that the roots can get into the water.

So, friends, I am sure that you must have liked this information.

If we forgot to mention something or you have any doubt or any suggestion for us, don't hesitate to write in the comment box. Thank you for reading our post

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