Grape Cultivation In Maharashtra

By | October 9, 2016

Hi guys, I’m Cammie, and welcome to my YouTubechannel! Since this is my first ever tutorial I figured before we even get into makeup let’sgo to the base of it all and talk about skin care. so I’m a very firm believer in if youstart with a good base then you won’t have to do so much work when you do your makeupand hair or anything really in life. If you prepare more you won’t have to primp so much!Skin care is extra important to me because unfortunately I struggled a lot with acne.Growing up I developed blemishes and breakouts when I was going through puberty, like mostpeople out there. So I didn’t really think much of it. Just used products, tried to getrid of it. But once I started to finish high school

and go into college and stopped goingthrough puberty when I thought it would clear up and it didn’t kinda started to freak outa little bit. Having this acne that I couldn’t get rid of caused me a lot of stress and thenthe stress intern caused more acne. So I felt like I was stuck in this never ending cycleand there was no way out of it. I tried absolutely everything, from Proactive to Murad to…honestlyany product you can think of, I tried them all! And most of these products say that it’sgoing to get worse before it gets better so I stuck to them. I would use them for at leasta month, if not more, and my acne would get worse but then it would never get better.So each product I used made it worse and worse and worse.

I actually started developing thesecystic pimples, and if you don’t know what those are, they’re these really really nastypimples that don’t even have a head, so you can’t pop them! And if you’ve ever had a cysticpimple and tried to pick it, you know that when you do they get bigger. I eventuallydecided to give in and realized I was not going to be able to fix the problem alone,or so I thought. So I went to a dermatologist, she sat across the room from me, at leastfive or six feet away didn’t even come close to my skin, talked to me for maybe two minutesand then prescribed this incredibly harsh acne product gel that I was supposed to putall over my face and sleep in. All this did

was insanely dry my skin out. Like I wouldwake up the next day and it looked like I just had a bad burn. My skin was pealing andugh it was so gross! This was really discouraging. I thought going to a dermatologist was goingto solve all my problems and it only made them worse. I just kind of lost all hope andthought great I’m stuck with this awful skin, and now it’s dry. So, I don’t even know howI had pimples and dry skin like is that even possible? That doesn’t make any sense. It’slike, I don’t know. It’s crazy but it happened. After this long ordeal of trying productsout, I found out that I was allergic to chemicals that are commonly in like all acne products.The chemicals I’m allergic to are benzoyl

peroxide and salicylic acid, or somethinglike that. I don’t even know how to say it but whatever if I see it I steer clear fromit. So since I have this allergy it makes my skin freak out. So instead of doing thejob of drying out the pimples individually it dies out my whole skin, breaks me out ina rash and just makes a horrible situation. It turns out this is actually a really commonallergy even though I can’t believe I had never heard of it before and nobody talkedabout it. And a lot of people who suffer from it keep using products like I did and maketheir skin worse and just have no idea that they’re allergic to the chemical. After findingthis out I was kind of happy because I could

stop using products that had the chemicalin it but I was also kind of discouraged because now how would I ever get rid of my acne? Butluckily after using any products that had the two chemicals in them my skin did startto kind of clear up. I had acne spots in areas but it was much much better than it was. Atthis point a lot of the stuff where my cystic pimples were, more on my cheeks and my chin,went away but I still had a lot of just typically pimples all on my forehead and like on thesides of nose and then a lot of blackheads everywhere. I’ll insert pictures that I foundthat kind of show my acne. Honestly I searched forever through my computer, through old Facebookpictures, and they’re hard to find cause I

How to grow broccoli from seed to harvest A complete guide

hello friends welcome to Californiagardening In today’s episode we look at growing broccoli so the variety ofbroccoli we are growing is called the Sun king hybrid this is a great variety togrow and we’re starting our seeds indoors broccoli is a cool season crop so cangrow it in the fall thru the winter and even in early spring so we are startingour seeds indoors in this seed starting kit; the potting mix or the seedstarting mix that I’ve used here is a combination of coconut coir, vermiculite and compost and in my opinion this makes a great seed starting mix andyou can even use peat moss instead of the

coconut coir now about thirty four daysafter sowing what I’m doing is I’m transplanting the seedlings intoslightly larger containers now why am I doing this? my raised bedsare not yet ready and these seedlings have grown pretty big as you can seehere by transplanting these broccoli seedlings into these slightly largercontainers I can grow them for a few weeks till my raised beds are ready forthe potting mix here I’m using a potting mix that comprises of 30% peat moss,30% vermiculite and 30% of compost now for the remaining 10% you can use anykind of manure or a different type of

compost or even even use some organicfertilizer now in this method of growing broccoliwe’re starting seeds indoors and transplanting them and we willeventually plant them in our raised beds but if you want you can direct sow thebroccoli in the raised beds or in containers broccoli is a cool seasoncrop and the seeds will sprout and the broccoli plants will grow even if yousow them directly and this variety of broccoli the Sun King hybrid wasspecifically bred for growing in places like Southern California where thetemperatures can get a little warm or even a

little hot sometimes and they claimthat the plant doesn’t bolt very easily bolting is a process when broccolidoesn’t produce the broccoli heads but goes into flowering stage so that’s whatthey claim so let’s look at how this broccoli grows here in SouthernCalifornia so here are the transplants they’re ready you can leave them for 48weeks to grow in these containers but I’m gonna wait till my raised beds areready and then I’m gonna go out and transplant them in midNovember which is45 days after sowing I’m gonna start transplanting the seedlings as you cansee the seedlings have grown pretty well

quite bigger in these smaller containersand look at the layout this time this season I have planted a little lessplants spaced out just like what you see here so we have exactly eight plants inthis 4×4 foot raised bed this layout in my opinion is better thanplanting nine plants for example but we’ll see how this goes my whole idea ofplanting this way was that the corner plants get a little bit more space and sothe two plants in the center row and hopefully this design should work outwell for these plants now make sure that you give enoughspacing between your broccoli plants if

you crowd them together they’re gonnabolt and they’re not going to produce as many heads of broccoli as you expect somake sure you space them out with what you see here is at least the minimumspacing to use so as you can see here 81 days sincesowing, the plants have grown quite well now I I had to replenish some of the soil inthe raised beds and I added some more peat moss and some perlite to theseraised bed mix as you can see here this raised bed mix is working outpretty well for these broccoli plants you can see that the heads are beingformed and these head should mature into

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