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Repotting an indoor plant

Indoor Plants: When and How to Repot or Replenish

Potted plants are a great way to enrich your space. Planters make a perfect home for your indoor plants, but the plants may outgrow their original pots over time. When roots become too big, or your plant cannot get enough water in its current planter, it may be time for a change. This blog post explains how to spot problems quickly and know when it's time to repot or replenish your indoor plants. ...

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Gardening routine

Gardening: 5 Ways to Make It Part of Your Routine

One way to achieve gardening success is by building it into your daily or weekly routine. If you're new to gardening, doing so can be a bit daunting, particularly if you're growing many plants with varying needs. The good news is that there are ways to organize your gardening schedule and get the most from your experience. This article covers five strategies to build healthy and effective habits to help your gardens thrive....

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Plant Identification Now Available in PlantTAGG

After months of intense R&D, PlantTAGG’s Plant ID is now available in the app! Most plant identification apps available today offer limited and often unreliable identification. PlantTAGG’s Plant ID uses cutting-edge image recognition technology and presents a complete plant profile – a digital Plant Tag – for each plant submitted for identification. PlantTAGG’s Plant ID helps you add plants to your yard faster and easier than ever before....

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pot garden

Raised Beds or Potted Plant Gardening – Which is Right for You?

Both raised beds and pot (or container) gardening can be great ways to enjoy gardening, and depending on your yard, you may try both. Planting directly in the ground may not be an option, especially when the soil is too heavy or sandy. If it’s not, raised beds and potted plants are great alternatives. In this post, we look at considerations that can help you decide which option is right for you....

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PlantTAGG partner spotlight - AgriLife Water University

Texas A&M AgriLife Water University – Partner Spotlight

The PlantTAGG system is a data and AI-driven platform comprising multiple sources such as the US Department of Agriculture, NOAA, Texas A&M AgriLife Water University, EagleView, and a wealth of global horticulture experts. Together, we’re building a world-changing platform that helps even the most novice gardener be successful. This week, we sat down with two of our advisors from Texas A&M AgriLife’s Water University program to learn more about what’s happening at Texas A&M AgriLife, the nation’s largest agriculture program. ...

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