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Having mastered the art of cooking quinoa I am now trying to grow my own quinoa in my home garden. I found some quinoa seeds for sale online that are suitable for growing in cooler climates. So last weekend I … Continue reading
Amaranth keeps on flowering until hit by the first hard frost. Seed will often ripen many weeks before that, usually after about three months. The best way to determine if seed is harvestable is to gently but briskly shake or … Continue reading
Soil Preference. Quinoa and amaranth are responsive to nitrogen and phosphorous. Plants grown in average garden soil will be four-feet to six-feet tall, while those grown in rich soil or compost may reach over eight feet. Optimum soil is a … Continue reading