Urban Gardening
Matthew Edward Loh

7 Types of resilience plants perfect for urban homes

Due to the rising popularity of gardening as a hobby in Singapore, many have tried their hands on adding a little color to spice up their living and working spaces. Where some have succeeded in creating lush and vibrant gardenscapes that have their own mini eco-systems in their home, others may experience the opposite due to constraints in space, knowledge and time to care for their plants or simply lacking ‘green thumbs’.

Plants nutrients
Arktivist

How to Use Solid Fertilisers

Solid fertilisers are a good option for gardeners who want a cost-effective way to get nutrients and other beneficial ingredients into their soil. In this article you’ll learn how to use them properly.

Plants nutrients
Arktivist

What is NPK

NPK is an abbreviation of the chemicals required by plants to grow. This article explains in detail each of them and more.

Plants nutrients
Arktivist

How to Use Liquid Fertilisers

Wondering how to use liquid fertilizers properly? It’s more than just following the basic directions written on the label. Find out more here.

Plants nutrients
Arktivist

How often to use fertiliser?

Fertilisers nutrients are crucial for optimal plant growth, Find out about how often to use fertilisers for optimal plant growth.

Uncategorized
Matthew Edward Loh

5 Ways to have Green Finger?

If you’ve ever killed a houseplant, you’re not alone. It turns out that green fingers (the ability to keep plants alive) are something that can

Plants nutrients
Jeremy Chua

Plant Nutrition – The Macro Nutrients: Nitrogen

Learn about the role of nitrogen in photosynthesis and plant growth, what is nitrogen deficiency & sufficiency, and why you should apply fertilisers rich in nitrates to your soil.

Plants nutrients
Matthew Edward Loh

Why using Bio-Organic Fertilisers is better for your plants.

Bio-organic fertiliser is a combination of organic and inorganic elements that are obtained from animals and plants. These two sources provide all the required nutrients to the plants; therefore they are considered natural fertilisers. The use of bio-organic manure in vegetable gardening has been promoted for many years now due to its many benefits. The use of bio-organic manure as a fertiliser provides the plants with multiple benefits such as increased growth, better yield, and quality of produce.