Boost Coriander Harvest with These Genius Hacks

By Shruti Sanwariya 

Apt Planting Space

For successful herb growth, choose a sunny location, indoors or outdoors with 4-6 hours of sunlight daily. Coriander flourishes in warmth and sunlight.

Pots and More

For optimal plant growth, use spacious pots, 8-12 inches deep with proper drainage. Go for breathable materials like terracotta to prevent waterlogging, essential for healthy herb cultivation.

Selecting the Soil

Coriander flourishes in well-draining soil with pH 6.2-6.8. Use nutrient-rich soil with natural compost for fertility. It prevents waterlogging and promotes healthy root growth.

Seeds for Planting

In well-draining soil, sow coriander seeds indoors or outdoors, spacing them 6-8 inches apart. Maintain consistent moisture and germinate it indoors.

Watering the Plant

Maintain soil moisture consistently, avoiding waterlogging. Water regularly, especially during dry spells, to keep the plants hydrated and healthy.

Fertilizing It

Apply a balanced liquid fertilizer every 2-4 weeks while plants are growing. During dormancy, reduce fertilization and apply it only when necessary.

Pruning and Trimming

Regular harvesting promotes bushier growth and prevents flowering. So, trim the coriander at 6 inches and take out the outer leaves for continuous harvest.

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