2+ simple ways to grow celery at home soon “harvest fruit”

Celery is a familiar culinary vegetable for Vietnamese people. This vegetable variety is used by many people because of its convenience, ease of purchase, and a lot of healthy nutrients. But, in the Vietnamese market, there are many types of celery sprayed with pesticides and growth drugs. This is what worries many housewives. The trend of growing cannabis at home is being considered by many women. And in order to realize this dream, we invite you to spend a few minutes with Dung Ha Dry Food to find ways to care for and grow celery at home with 97% success.

1. About celery vegetables?

Celery is a clean vegetable that is widely used in cooking. In Vietnam, celery is used in stir-fries. As for European countries, they use celery to make medicine. Not only in cuisine, celery is also an extremely good summer refreshment.
It is a herbaceous plant, growing vertically, with many green leaves above. The stem and leaves are the main parts used in cooking. In addition, celery stalks are also preliminarily processed, dried and then finely ground into powder form. Currently, in the Vietnamese market, there is a product line of green celery powder mixed with extremely cooling drink for the body.


Celery is also very popular in the international market. European countries often grow celery for medicinal purposes. In celery contains a lot of nutrients, for every 100 grams of celery, you will get: 0.2 grams of fat, 3.4 grams of carbohydrates, 0.7 grams of protein, Vitamins A, B, C, D, E, K, calcium , iron, 1.5g fiber, 47 Kcal of energy, 0mg Cholesterol and 95% water.
Containing a lot of beneficial nutrients, many women have gradually fallen in love with this green vegetable. Also from here, broke out to save growing celery at home to eat. But many women are facing a lot of difficulties on how to grow this vegetable. Here is the easiest way to grow celery.


2. How to grow celery at home simple, high success soon reap bountiful fruit?

2.1 How to grow celery with seeds with high success

To grow celery at home for the highest yield and quality, you need to pay attention to some of the following conditions:
  • Weather conditions
  • Temperature conditions
  • Light conditions
  • Fertile arable land
  • The right time to plant celery
Celery is a vegetable that can be grown all year round. But, the most suitable conditions for celery to grow strongly, and give huge yield is in cold weather. The suitable temperature for celery to grow is 15 – 25 degrees Celsius. The right time for growing celery is early spring, late summer. Normally, celery takes about 100 – 140 days to be harvested.
Celery grows strongly based on soil nutrients, good soil moisture retention, soil pH from 5.8 – 6.8.
Celery needs a lot of water to grow. However, this cultivar is not tolerant to saltwater intrusion. Therefore, in the process of making the soil, you must have a good drainage system, avoid letting the celery seeds get flooded.


2.1.1 The art of making land

Celery can be grown in the garden or in a foam box right on the balcony or on the terrace. No matter where you plant, you must prepare the ground to plant. To grow plants at home, you need to prepare the soil as follows:
  • Mix the soil with chicken manure, vermicompost, rice husk, peat, organic humus, …
  • Beat the soil up and shovel it into the styrofoam bin
  • Sprinkle a layer of white powdered lime on the surface of the soil about 5 days before sowing

2.1.2 How to sow seeds

  • Before sowing time, it is necessary to soak celery seeds with warm water with a ratio of 2 boiling 3 cold for 2-4 hours.
  • Sow the celery seeds directly to the surface of the soil. Make sure to sow the seeds at a distance of 0.5 – 1cm
  • Seeds have been sown in the ground, sprayed with specialized insecticides to prevent crickets, ants, termites, etc
  • Next, cover a thin layer of straw about 2cm on the surface of the soil to maintain moisture
  • Finally, water the soil to keep the soil moist to stimulate seed germination
  • After 2-3 days, the seedlings begin to sprout. Create shade to avoid direct sunlight for seedlings to recover
  • After 2 weeks of sowing, cover and create shade to promote germination
  • Water regularly every 2 days (morning – afternoon)
  • 20 – 25 days, celery grows into a plant 2 – 3cm tall, root to keep the roots deep into the soil

2.1.3 How to take care of celery

  • Celery loves moisture, you need to fresh water regularly for the plant to grow
  • In the dry season, watering twice a day. Water in the early morning or late afternoon. Do not water at midday
  • In the rainy season, only watering is needed once a day. Take measures to cover up the rain to prevent rain from damaging vegetables and low-lying soil
  • 1 week after planting, fertilize the first phase with organic fertilizer at a dosage of 20 – 30g/m2
  • About 15-20 days, continue to fertilize the second phase with the same dose as the first phase
  • After 20-25 days, continue to fertilize the 3rd phase like the 2nd batch
  • After 25 – 30 days, continue to fertilize the 4th phase like the 3rd phase
Every time you fertilize, you need to drop weeds to create fresh air for plants to grow
Pest prevention:
  • If leaf-eating pests appear, destroy them manually
  • Spray a solution of garlic, chili, and ginger directly on the plants with a dosage of 5-7ml/1 liter of water. Do it every 2-3 weeks
  • Celery grows for 100 – 140 days with a height of 30 – 45cm, the pot can be harvested on the ground
  • Using a knife, cut 3cm across from the base of the tree so that the tree can continue to grow for the next barn to save on seed costs.
  • Or you can uproot the whole root to plant a new crop



2.2 How to grow celery from the root simply discarded

With the way of growing weeds from the root, it is much simpler than planting seeds. Almost, growing celery with root only requires you to take care of the plant to produce quality products, the leaves are always lush. However, planting from the root will give you a quick harvest time but the branches will be smaller than sowing with seeds. How to sow:

2.2.1 Land work

  • Mix the soil with chicken manure, rice husks, peat, organic humus, …
  • Thoroughly beat the soil up, scoop the soil into the styrofoam box
  • Apply a layer of white powdered lime on the surface of the soil 3 days before sowing

2.2.2 Planting

  • Using a beam, dig the soil about 3cm deep, sow the celery root in the ground, filling the hole
  • Planting distance of weeds will be 1 – 1.5cm
  • After sowing the celery root, water the plant so that it will sprout new shoots

2.2.3 Fertilization

  • After sowing celery root for 1 week, proceed to fertilize the first phase with a dosage of 15-25g/m2
  • About 10-15 days, continue to fertilize the second phase with the same dose as the first phase
  • 10 – 20 days, continue to fertilize phase 3 with the same dose as phase 2
  • 20 – 30 days, continue to fertilize phase 4 with the same dose as phase 3

2.2.4 Sprinklers

  • Celery loves moisture. Therefore, you need to water twice a day (morning – afternoon) to grow lush green leaves
    Do not water celery at noon on sunny days
    In rainy season, water once a day. Take protective measures to prevent rainwater from causing the plants to rot leaves and become waterlogged

2.2.5 Pest prevention

  • When leaf-eating pests appear, kill pests by manual method
  • Spray a solution of garlic, chili, and ginger directly on the scale with a dosage of 5-7ml/1 liter of clean water. Watering every 2-3 weeks

2.2.6 Harvest

  • After about 65 – 80 days, celery is about 40 – 45cm high, the tubers emerge from the ground and can be harvested
  • Using a knife, cut about 3cm across from the base of the celery to continue for a new batch
  • It is possible to uproot the whole celery plant and continue to plant new batches



3. What to keep in mind when growing celery at home?

When growing celery at home, there are a few things you need to keep in mind to ensure that the plants grow lush, quality greens. Here are some basic guidelines:
  • Choose a planting location: Celery is suitable for growing with strong light-loving conditions. Therefore, it is recommended to plant celery in places with direct sunlight for at least 6-8 hours a day
  • Soil care: Celery does not like moisture, so when tilling the soil you need to have the best drainage system to avoid flooding. Need to add nutrients to the soil. Use organic fertilizers to improve soil fertility before planting
  • Planting time: Celery can be grown all year round. But for good yield, less pests, you should plant celery in early spring and late summer
  • Planting Distance: Plant celery about 15-20cm apart. Not planting too close together will make celery stunted and underdeveloped
  • Watering: Celery loves water. Therefore, you need to regularly water the plant twice a day. Make sure the soil is moist but not waterlogged. Please check the soil moisture before watering and adjust the amount of water according to the weather conditions
  • Care: Celery leaves are very susceptible to pests and insects. Monitor plants regularly for early detection to take appropriate precautions
Remember, celery growing and care conditions can vary depending on the region, weather, and habitat.

See more: What vegetables to grow in May in the North for “huge yield”?

4. Conclude

Above is the entire article sharing the 2 simplest ways to grow celery at home for women who are learning about farming. Both of these planting methods are very simple and easy to implement. You can completely grow celery at the balcony, on the terrace, where there is plenty of light for the plants to grow. Growing celery at home, although it takes a bit of time to take care of, but in return you will not have to worry about poor quality vegetables or the problem of vegetables bought in the market using pesticides and growth drugs. Good luck!
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