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Growing back kitchen scraps

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Durée (?)1h 30 min.
Date20.07.2022
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Leftover vegetables and herbs that we use in cooking can often be replanted to give us a new harvest.

 

This is a good way to give new life to waste that would otherwise be composted and a fun experiment.

 

This project was developped for the magazine 'Campus Junior' of the University of Geneva.


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Depending on the types of plant waste, the replanting technique differs.

Plant the base in soil: Piece of onion Sprouted or new onions Garlic cloves  
Plant underground: Potatoes peels (quite thick) with sprouts
Coat with wet potting soil and lay on the surface of the earth: tomato slices
Dip the base in water. Once roots have grown well, plant in the ground: Romaine lettuce base ...
Put the plants in a shallow tray and place inside behind a bright window. Water the earth and c ...

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