I would guess so ! If you have a south facing window with good sun access (no trees or building) it should be ok. From my observation ginger seem to love warm temperature( lots of growth). One thing is for sure it's slow about 9 months from seed to plate !
I'm trying it again with some turmeric this time! I planted in March, keep inside until May then into the greenhouse (attach to house) probably until October then back inside in front of south facing window until December. André I have no idea if the shoot are edible. If the old shoots are brown and dry i would cut it.
Last fall I pruned my my black currants shrub tried planting some cutting. I had to much so I put some in a mulch pile with some cardboard on top, 8 month later some currants grew out off the cardboard very vigirously more then 2 feets !!!
Thanks for the help.
Damage is on the all the side of trees. over the past 2 years large number of trees have had symptoms but this year it's catastrophic! nectarine, plum, pears, apple, asian pears, apricot, cherries (stella), sea berries all have trouble. Currents(black/white/red), honey berry, elderberry, hazelnut, aronia Berry, cherry cupid and carmine jewel are doing fine. I will do some cutting and burning
I just got 100lbs bag of dead bees from my neighbors any thought on composting them ? !!! he say that he did not use any chemicals on them and that the region around here is very clean (no industries or big ag farms)
I have been told that it is very very high in Nitrogen
The idea behind the gypsum was to help flocculate the clay soil ?! but I will put a hold on the gypsum.
I live in on a 15 acres in zone 3a. The ground needs a lot of love (low pH, low organic content, high water table when it's not a dry spell)
The slope is gentle I will do the work in spring so I can get a ground cover quickly and then add support plants, shrubs and trees on the swales
My challenge is to find (or make) clean organic mater to help the soil structure
This is my first time on the forums (yes I'm a virgin!)
My surface well dried up this summer and I was wondering if building some swales and a pond higher up (very gentle slope) would help recharge the ground water?
I was think of adding some gypsum to the swales
I have about 2 inches of top soil and then it's heavy clay for 18 inches and then its clay and gravel for about 15 feet to the bed rock. When it rain he water stay on top
I live in the province quebec (about 200miles north of Montpelier VT)