Tunnel Farming (Documentary)

There is a great demand of vegetables all year round. Prices are at the highest at the start and end of the season. Farmers can get high returns on different crops if modern techniques are applied to grow off-season crops in Pakistan. Vegetables & fruits can be cultivated in off-season, with introduction of techniques like tunnel technology, in which temperature and moisture is controlled for growth of crops in specific conditions. The production of vegetables all-round the year, enables the technically competent growers of fruits & vegetables to fully utilize their resources and achieve higher income as compared to traditional crops.

Check your Agriculture knowledge

Let’s check you basic knowledge of agriculture information. This is 2nd episode of basic agriculture quiz series of Quiz started from Basic to Advance. You results will share on our facebook page (https://www.facebook.com/agrinfobank). We have total 15 levels, after complete all levels you will be graduated in agriculture knowledge and issue certificate.

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Poultry farming in Pakistan | Make Money – from Poultry | Best Idea for making Money

In Pakistan after textile industry Poultry farming is second industry because this business is start form small to large level so this is upto you start poultry faring under you capacity. Different type of poultry farming is famous in different country like ducks, chickens, turkeys and geese but her we want to mention in Pakistan just chickens poultry farming is famous. Through this page Poultry Farming in Pakistan Guide in Urdu is available so if you cannot able to understand English language then read Urdu tutorial. according to my poultry farming small level experience start chickens eggs business and just purchase few number of chickens in different type and sale eggs that is called layers. 

32 Cute DIY Plant Marker Ideas For Container Gardeners

Learn how to create Garden Markers for your container garden, choose from this extensive list of 32 DIY Plant Marker Ideas!

1. Recycled Can Lids Garden Marker

For this recycled garden marker idea, you’ll need can lids, forks, and a few other items. 

2. Tea Bag Plant Marker

Perfect idea if you have a windowsill herb garden or an indoor kitchen garden.

3. DIY Seedling Marker

Give names to your seedlings to save yourself from the confusion, once they pop out of seed pots and trays.

4. Antique Stamped Spoon Plant Marker

This antique spoon plant marker goes well the herbs growing in the teacup as seen the picture.

5. Aluminium Duct Tape Garden Marker

Plastic knives and the aluminum tape is what you need to create these beautiful garden markers.

6. Wooden Spoon Container Herb Garden Marker

Cool idea to follow if you have a container herb garden. Plant wooden spoons to mark your plants.

7. Seed Packet Plant Marker

You can use empty seed packets as plant markers in your container garden as well.

8. Tin Can Lids Garden Plant Labels

Turn can lids into plant markers, this DIY idea will give you an idea that you can recycle almost everything for your projects.

9. Safari Animal Garden Marker

Assign this DIY project to your kids, they’ll love this.

10. Rustic Plant Marker

If you’re looking for something rustic in which wood or plastic is not used.

11. Beginner Plant Marker

Create these fun and functional markers for your container herb or vegetable gardens .

12. One Pot Container Herb+Garden Marker

This DIY post consists of a One Pot Container Herb Garden .

13. DIY Garden Seed Marker

In this DIY, plastic salad containers are recycled to create this waterproof garden seed markers.

14. DIY Beaded Garden Plant Marker

Cool and eye catchy plant markers can make your container garden look more attractive. 

15. DIY Chalkboard Pot

Whip out that chalkboard paint and make a DIY chalkboard pot for your container garden .

16. Wine Cork Plant Marker

She wrote the plant name on the wine cork with a Sharpie and fixed them on the end of the wooden skewer. 

17. DIY Plant Marker+Herb Garden

The website called Eighteen25 has this DIY plant marker tutorial, not only you can also find a DIY herb garden idea on the same post as well.

18. Wooden Spoon Plant Marker

If you’re still not satisfied with the DIY Plant Marker Ideas available above, this one can surely satiate you. 

19. Plant Identification Marker

All you need is chalkboard paint, a paintbrush and stir sticks to complete these super easy and inexpensive Plant Identification Markers!

20. Cutlery Plant Marker

If you an engraving tool, you can engrave the names of your plants on your cutlery.

21. Twig Plant Marker

This idea is free of cost to follow. All you need is some twigs and your spare time to craft these plant markers.

22. Tiny Picture Frame Plant Marker

Tiny picture frames painted with chalkboard paint are required to make these appealing plant markers.

23. Dinosaur Toys Plant Marker

Get dinosaur or any other toys that you find suitable for this projects.

24. Handcrafted Garden Marker

Handcrafted garden markers made out of twigs, this one is really an interesting DIY project to follow.

25. Copper Painted Marker

Copper grounding wire, plastic letters, spray paint and a few other basic supplies are all that you need.

26. Wine Bottle Capsule Plant Labels

We already saw a lot of Wine Bottle Uses, previously, and now here’s one more related to them.

27. Stone Labels

Really a smart and creative idea to make your garden markers stand out.

28. Creative Garden Labels

To remember what you planted in which pot, follow this plant label idea available at Sew Totally!

29. Painted Rock Plant Marker

Cute idea to label your pots. With a few usual supplies.

30. Plant Marker Pot

Paint your pots with chalkboard paint and this plant marker pot is ready for the use. Just chalk out the name of the plant you’re growing in it, on it.

31. Cute Little Garden Marker

Make these cute little garden markers with just a few supplies.

32. DIY Garden Stake

How To Setup Rooftop Kitchen Garden (Step By Step Instructions)

Make a Terrace Vegetable Garden on your rooftop, it is easy if you’ll do this with some planning. In this article you’ll learn which vegetables are suitable and how you can grow them on terrace.

Fresh home grown vegetables taste delicious, are good for health and safe from chemicals. You don’t need to acquire a regular garden to grow them, you can also grow these on a balcony or terrace.

There are some really interesting ways to incorporate the vegetable crops on the terrace. These alternatives are space saving and also a real eye-catcher.

1. Creating a vegetable Garden in Pots

In containers you can plant almost any vegetable. Choose large and deep pots, avoid thin and poor quality plastic pots because they heat up quickly and drain poorly.


Using normal garden soil is a bad idea for growing vegetables in pots. Instead use good quality potting mix for healthy growth of plants and productivity. You can also prepare it yourself.

Vegetables for Pots

Chilies and Peppers
Eggplant (Brinjal)

2. Create Raised Beds on Terraceterrace vegetable garden (4)_mini

If you’re looking for practical as well as stylish way to make a terrace vegetable garden. Make a raised bed, in raised beds you’ll be able to grow lot of vegetables in compare to containers. Plants will thrive better with less care and maintenance, plus they are cheap.
The raised bed on the terrace does not differ fundamentally from those you see in a regular garden.

In well-stocked hardware stores or even online shops you will find special raised beds for terraces, you’ll only need to configure which one is better for you or you can make your own raised bed, which is very easy. Just ensure before installing it that the surface of terrace below it is waterproofed efficiently or not.

Fill Raised Bed with Soil

If you fill the raised bed with soil, consider to prevent voles and pests from entering the bed.

To make soil, just mix quality garden soil, ripe compost and manure.

Advantage of Raised Beds

Probably the greatest advantage of raised bed is of course its height and wideness on terrace. Gardening can hardly be more convenient.

3. Integrate Vegetable Patch on the Terraceterraced vegetable garden

You can also integrate a vegetable patch on your terrace and grow vegetable on the surface itself. But doing this is only good on large rooftops. Vegetable patch is similar to making a normal garden bed.

The integrated bed should be filled normally with soil like a regular garden bed. An addition of compost in soil is a perfect natural fertilizer for most of the plants.

4. Creating a Vegetable Terrace Garden in Planter boxesterrace vegetable garden (8)_mini

Flower boxes and planters can be used to create a vegetable garden. You can hang these on an existing railing or set them just on the floor. How do you use them is entirely up to you.

Do not use ordinary garden soil in these planter boxes, either use quality potting mix or compost rich soil. Fertilizing is also important to improve productivity but it varies according to plants: peppers and tomatoes are heavy feeders, whereas green leafy vegetables do not need much fertilizer.

Plants for Flower Boxes

Bush beans

Cucumbers, tomatoes and beans require a climbing aid, so that the plants do not break.

5. Repurpose Sandboxes81tKM0cQYjL._SX466__mini

A sandbox is not just for games. From a small simple wooden sandpit, you can also make a hefty vegetable patch. This looks not only decorative, but provides your plants an optimal space to thrive.

Instead of using gravel for drainage, just fill the quality compost with soil. In the sandbox you can grow all sorts of small vegetables and herbs, mostly low growing that spreads too much.

Asian Greens and lot of other green leafy vegetables

6. Optimize Vertical Spaceterrace vegetable garden (7)_mini

Your main challenge is how smartly you utilize your vertical space to double up the space you have on your terrace, make a plan on how you should do this, if you have walls, hang planters on it.

Grow vegetable shrubs and vines like beans, squashes, gourds and tall tomato varieties near the walls and railings. This way they’ll not only get support but also grow outside and upward and you’ll save a lot of your space.

Use old shelves, racks to keep pots and buy pot holders, put them around the corners.

On these you can grow herbs to improve the taste of salads and cuisines you’ll prepare, you can also grow lot of flowers to appease ornamental views.

Tips for the Prolific Terrace Vegetable Garden

Fertilize vegetables regularly with good quality organic fertilizer. With some research and experience you’ll be able to find out which type of fertilizer you should feed to specific vegetables.

Water plants regularly and deeply. Read this article for container watering tips.

Check plants regularly for pests. Read this article for homemade natural pesticide recipes.

Prune vegetable plants to keep them in good shape and in healthy growth. Look out for suckers, especially in tomatoes and pinch them off immediately if found one.

For the vegetables, it is always good to grow them on the Southern or Western face, so the plants will have enough sun and can thrive easily. But too much sun is not good either. If you live in a warm tropical climate and the sun is too strong, it is advisable to provide afternoon shade to plants.