Have you ever dreamed of having your mini jungle garden, where you can grow organic fruits, vegetables, flowers, and spices, and enjoy the benefits of nature’s bounty? If yes, then you might want to check out Supriya’s Kitchen Garden, a YouTube channel run by Supriya Bakal from Maharashtra, India.
She is a nature lover who inspires and encourages everyone to start organic farming at home without bothering about space constraints.
Supriya has over 10K subscribers who follow her vlogs on how to utilize their space to create organic kitchen gardens through simple and effective methods.
Her most popular vlogs include:
One of the most popular topics on her channel is mango plant care and harvest. Supriya has several videos on how to grow mango trees at home, how to prune and fertilize them, and how to protect them from pests and diseases.
Her favorite is the ‘Rajapuri’ or ‘Ladoo Gopal’ variety of mango, where each mango weighs around 1kg or more!
Supriya also has a variety of fruit trees such as banana, fig, guava, sugarcane, jackfruit, pomegranate, cherry, and many more which she loves harvesting and sharing with her family and friends.
She has grown many of her fruiting plants such as Chicco, mulberry, watermelon, musk melon, etc. on her terrace garden. She shares her care tips for these fruit trees, such as how to water them, how to mulch them, how to fertilize them, and how to increase their yield.
Supriya is also passionate about organic farming and composting. She shows how to prepare ‘Jeevamrut‘, a natural fertilizer that is made by mixing cow dung, Gomutra (cow urine), gram flour, and jaggery in water. She explains that this mixture is rich in microorganisms that enhance soil quality and plant growth.
She also shows how to prepare compost from kitchen waste, such as vegetable peels, fruit scraps, and egg shells. She says that composting is a great way to reduce waste and improve soil health.
Another interesting topic that Supriya covers on her channel is preparing different organic liquid fertilizers using cow dung compost, and onion and garlic peels.
Supriya also has some creative ideas on how to grow plants in unconventional ways. For example, she shows how to grow onion, garlic, and fenugreek seeds in banana stems. She says that this method is easy and saves space.
Supriya’s Kitchen Garden is a channel that inspires and educates people on how to grow a mini jungle garden with organic fruits and vegetables. She also shares her unique ideas on how to create beautiful DIY planters from waste plastic containers. Her vlogs are informative, entertaining, and engaging.
If you are interested in learning more about organic kitchen gardening, you can subscribe to her channel and follow her journey@ Supriya’s Kitchen Garden – YouTube
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