80 GRAM WATER SPINACH / KANG KONG SEEDS cultivate Garden Vegetable Organic

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TRACKING NUMBER WILL BE PROVIDED FOR THE PURCHASED OF THIS ITEM 50 GRAM / 1000 VEGETABLE KANGKONG SEEDS, IPOMOEA AQUATICA (WATER CONVOLVULUS) How to Grow Kangkong Hollan Johnson Hollan Johnson is a freelance writer and contributing editor for many online publications. She has been writing professionally since 2008 and her interests are travel, gardening, sewing and Mac computers. Prior to freelance writing, Johnson taught English in Japan. She has a Bachelor of Arts in linguistics from the University of Las Vegas, Nevada. Kangkong, a green leafy plant with narrow or broad leaves, is native to southern China and Southeast Asia. Narrow-leaved upland kangkong and broadleaved lowland kangkong produce 5- to 6-inch leaves. Only young kangkong shoots are eaten, either steamed, sauteed in oil or canned. Since kangkong is bland on its own, spices are added to enhance its flavor. While kangkong is an important vegetable in many Asian countries, it is not common in the United States. Kangkong is a perennial but grows year-round in tropical climates. However, growing it as an annual decreases the chance of pests and diseasesPlant kangkong in the late spring. Choose an area with full sun and well-drained soil. Create straight-line furrows 1/3- inch deep with the spade. Space the furrows 6 to 8 inches apart. Kangkong grows in a wet or dry habitat, but dry sowing is easier in most places.Sprinkle the seeds into the furrows about 2 to 3 inches apart. Cover the seeds with compost Give the kangkong 1 to 2 inches of water a week. Add extra water to the kangkong if it starts to wilt by middayMix 2 to 3 lbs. of compost with 1/4 lb. of nitrogen fertilizer. Spread the mixture around the kangkong when it is about 5 to 7 inches tall. Use 1 to 2 inches of the compost and nitrogen mixture around the kangkong. Mulch over the mixture with an organic mulch about 1-inch deep.Harvest the kangkong 30 to 45 days after planting. Cut the entire plant to the ground with a sharp, straight-blade knife and allow it to grow back if you want multiple harvests. Uproot the kangkong if you don't care about more harvest. To uproot it, life the kangkong out of the ground by hand. Shipping Terms We only ship to the confirmed address provided by PayPal. Before you pay, please make sure your address in PayPal matches the address you would like us to ship to. We ship items to worldwide. The price you pay does NOT include any customs taxes that you may be charged by your country. We are not responsible for international duties or fees that may occur with the shipment of your package. We strive our best to provide you the most reliable, affordable way of shipping service. But sometimes international delivery is highly depended on the courier company and local customs/duties. If you do not receive your item on time, please contact us immediately for further assistance. Shipping TimeAll items will be shipped within 24 business hours upon receipt of payment (except Saturday and Sunday). Item reach most countries within 14-21days , Actual transit time may vary and is best estimated but not guaranteed. Shipping MethodA majority of items will be shipped by Air Mail. Payments We only accept PayPal. PayPal is the only online payment method we accept. Please make sure you have a valid/confirmed PayPal account prior bidding. All Paypal Payments must be Confirmed ( Shipping and billing addresses must match ) Receiving The Items Once received please can you leave me 4 or 5* positive feedback. If you feel you cannot, please contact me so I can sort out any concerns what so ever.Returns Policy I do accept return up to 30 days from receipt of the items. I also offer no quibble returns policy and refund items which are lost in transit. Powered by SoldEazy

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