Recycle Fruits And Vegetables – How To Grow A New Plant From The Remains Of Fruits And Vegetables

How To Grow A New Plant From The Remains Of Fruits And Vegetables

There are many useful ways of disposing domestic waste.

In some of the past articles we’ve written on the subject of how household waste such as the remains of fruits, vegetables, tea or coffee can be used to prepare nutritious compost.

We also talked about how the waste of fruits and vegetables can make a natural and organic bio enzyme.

But did you know that the remains of individual fruits and vegetables can easily be recycled and used for the production of new plants?

Depending on the plant, for the first step, germination, you’ll need very little soil, sand or gravel.

In some cases a vessel with water will be sufficient.

Some plants will rapidly develop and be ready for consumption. Others, you’ll have to replant after germination to continue to form.

This kind of farming has many advantages:

  • You don’t have to buy seeds or seedlings, which saves money;
  • You don’t need to visit the store in search of seeds or seedlings and thus save valuable time;
  • These cultivated plants and “seedlings” are always at your fingertips;
  • You’ll have access to quality and fresh organic products throughout the year;
  • You’ll be sure to consume food that has no pesticides, additives and other harmful substances.

Discover the plants which remains you shouldn’t throw out, because with minimal effort you can grow a new, healthy plant.

  1. Lettuce

Put the remains of the lettuce in a bowl filled with water (2 – 3 cm).

Leave the bowl in a warm, well-lit area.

Over the next few days spray the leaves periodically with water.

It will quickly germinate and will be ready for planting.

  1. Romaine Lettuce

Cut the root of lettuce and place it in a container with water, so that only the lower part of the root is in the water.

Leave the bowl in a sunny window, and occasionally spray the plant.

Soon new leaves will appear, which you can consume.

After the root sprouts, plant it in the ground.

The plant will then grow slowly, but will be generous.

  1. Onion

The onion is a vegetable that is the easiest to grow.

Cut off the root port.

Place it in a bowl with the ground or directly into the ground and cover it with a little soil.

Keep the ground moist and you will soon enjoy new healthy onions.

  1. Scallion

Cut a piece of root from the scallion and place it in a bowl with a little water.

In just five to seven days a new delicious and healthy plant will grow.

  1. Garlic

Garlic as an independent plant that will grow very easily from just one of its lobes.

You can plant the lobe directly in the ground.

If you decide to plant in a bowl with soil,leave the bowl in a warm, moist, sunny location, which will accelerate the development and growth of the garlic.

Once the young plants sprout, trim the offshoot – to assist the formation and growth of the head.