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In der Redaktion von Bio Green wird die Liebe zur Natur mit der Leidenschaft fürs Schreiben vereint. Dabei legen wir viel Wert auf Genauigkeit und einen hohen Informationsgehalt. Als Quellen dienen uns vor allem die Arbeiten von Jörn Pinske, Fachjournalist für Gartenliteratur und Autor der ehemaligen Gewächshauspost sowie des Bio Green Gewächshausratgebers. Weiter Andreas Modery und Engelbert Kötter, Autoren des Werkes "City Gardening. Erfolgreich gärtnern ohne Garten". An dieser Stelle sei ihnen herzlich gedankt. Haben Sie Fragen, Anregungen oder Kritik zu unseren Beiträgen? Kontaktieren Sie uns gerne über das Kommentarfeld oder per Mail: team@biogreen.de

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Heating your greenhouse: what to be aware of

By Bio Green Team

Tomatoes are grown in almost 90% of all greenhouses. Most of the time it is done without particular greenhouse heating mechanisms. Exotic plants such as orchids or cacti on the other hand, require heating.But beware: even and especially with tomatoes, greenhouse heating is worth it! Read on to find out why this is so and […]

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Greenhouse ventilation – professional tips and tricks

By Bio Green Team

The ratio of the window area (ventilation area without door) to the base of the greenhouse should be between 18 to 24 percent. This is the only way to achieve an air exchange in the summer with high radiation, which allows a temperature difference between inside and outside temperatures of at least 3 ° C. […]

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Greenhouse vegetable varieties

By Bio Green Team

Now that your tomatoes, peppers, melons and cucumbers are planted, you should check to make sure that the cultivated varieties were all correct. What was the yield and taste? Were there any issues? For example, high rainfall in some areas this year resulted in high humidity levels, which could in turn effect your plants in […]

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Cacti – A prickly matter

By Bio Green Team

Everyone knows that roses have thorns and cacti have spikes, right? What may be common in everyday language, is seen by botanists quite differently: for them, a thorn is a leaf or a branch – just like cacti. A sting is a sharp cusp on a leaf or on a branch – just like roses. […]

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Planting roses – tips and tricks

By Bio Green Team

Roses belong to every garden, but they should especially not be forgotten on the terrace and balcony, where they truly shine. The beauties need a lot of light and a breezy location, to ensure that the leaves dry quickly after a rain. In this way, roses can stay more resistant to fungal diseases. Roses are […]

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Orchid care – the best tips and tricks!

By Bio Green Team

Orchids, especially the Phalaenopsis, today belong to the category of “normal” houseplants. But the title is somewhat misleading, because many were first optimised in greenhouse settings. Quick Navigation Where do orchids come from?Watering and feeding orchidsOrchids want to grow highLight and shadowsBottled fertiliser and nutrientsRepotting and substratesHow to combat pests on your orchids The long […]

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Plant your own lettuce

By Bio Green Team

The gardening year starts with lettuce … and ends with lettuce. Not just in the field, but also in greenhouses and cold frames. Lettuce is a collective name for mostly fresh and prepared leaves of various plants. When one hears mention of a garden salad, one thinks immediately of lettuce. From March until Autumn, you […]

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10 Golden Raised Beds Tips For Successful Gardening

By Bio Green Team

Among garden professionals, the raised bed has long been a must. More recently, hobby gardeners have also unearthed the benefits this practical kitchen or balcony garden brings: be it the back-friendly working position or the optimal growth and harvesting conditions. If you are already convinced of a raised bed, then these 10 professional tips are […]

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