Benefits of using Coco Peat to Grow Food

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Coco peat is fast turning out to be a great alternative growing medium to soil. In places where there is acute water scarcity, coco peat can turn the tables on if you’re looking to growing tomatoes, ball peppers, green chilies and brinjal even on a small plot of land. Guess what these vegetables would look like as if they are growing out of coir foot mats inside grow bags. Coco peat was originally grown in green houses, but later farmers started growing them out in the open air. So far, the results have proved to be successful, and the yield has grown considerably with a bit of innovation and a series of experimentation. Select crops have found to be growing well and harvests to be successful. For example, for 480…
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What is Fractionated Coconut Oil? What are the Health Benefits of Fractionated Coconut Oil?

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Fractional coconut oil is extracted from regular coconut oil with the help of a process called fractionation. It is a process which is used to various types of fats that are usually found in some oils. Fractionation is achieved due to the different melting points of different fats. Fractionated oil is prepared by heating coconut oil above its melting point and then allowed to cool. Then the solid fraction of the oil is separated from the liquid fraction. This process may take several minutes to hours for completion. Let’s take a quick look at the benefits of fractionated coconut oil: - Weight loss: Medium-chain fatty acids present in fractionated coconut oil can aid weight loss. These fatty acids can curb hunger pangs, and lower calorie intake. They can burn more…
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Which Oil is Better for Cooking: Mustard Oil or Coconut Oil?

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It is important that the cooking oil you use should be healthy enough to supply the essential nutrients to our body. Indian homemakers use both coconut as well as mustard oil for cooking and both has its own advantages in terms of nutritional values and health benefits which this short blog will cover. First and foremost, it should be noted that what oil someone uses is mainly dependent upon which region he or she comes from. For example, a South Indian may not use mustard oil as much as a North Indian does; this is because cultivation of Coconut trees is more concentrated in the South Indian regions than the northern parts of India. Body metabolism can be another key factor. Likewise, if you’re a North Indian, you will be…
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