Hello Friends! In Todays Gardening Video thats Part 4 of
our Q and A Series on Gardening Ideas and Answers, will try to reveal 5 more interesting
answers to gardening questions like Do Plants Feel Pain? Can Artificial LED grow lights help the plant
in flowering and growth? Can I use Coffee as an effective pesticide
on plants and how? Plus a nice funny question at the end. All thats coming up. If you are interested in gardening, please
Click on the bell icon to receive notifications on my new uploads. So Lets begin! 1. Do plants feel Pain? There are many studies and researches conducted
on this topic. Plants lack a nervous system that is a brain
and other neurological structures like nerves and pain receptors, so they should not feel
pain, unlike in humans and animals where we have specialised pain receptors. But according to some researches, Plant can
know of themselves being eaten because studies have shown plants release defence chemicals
in response to caterpillars munching on them. Other points include: Plants fight for territory,
seek out food, evade predators and trap prey like what your see in carnivorous plants like
the venus fly trap. They are as alive like any animal, and like
animals they exhibit behaviour. 2. Can we grow plants from leaves
Yes! Some, but not all plants can be propagated
from just a leaf or a section of a leaf. Leaf cuttings of most plants will not generate
a new plant; they usually produce only a few roots or just decay. There are many ways you can grow leaves into
a new plant, like 1. from a leaf petiole, 2. by dividing a leaf into multiple pieces
for example fleshy succulent plants like sanseviera or the snake plant and other succulents. Other methods of propagation like cane or
stub cuttings, root cuttings, leaf bud cuttings and so on. I will try to prepare a detailed episode on
this topic when I get a chance. 3. Can Artificial light be used for photosynthesesis
and do plants flower in it. Yes you can. In fact, good quality LED grow lights are
highly efficient, because they provide the exact spectrum of light your plants need. But, Remember one thing: sunlight is free,
while good quality LED lights are quite expensive. 4. Can I use coffee as pesticide on plants? The Answer is YES: Coffee contains a chemical
called caffeine which is considered neurotoxic to many pests like aphids. You can make a Caffeine Spray. Many research studies have shown that caffeine
combined with other insecticides increases their killing power. In one test, a small dose of caffine increased
a known pesticide’s potency by ten times. So how do I make a Caffiene Spray. Its simple. You just have to make a cocktail solution. I always prefer organic mixes. You can use any recipe of your organic pesticide
like neem oil, clove oil or whatever, and add one or two tablesspoons of used coffee
grounds or 1 or 2 teaspoons of fresh coffee if you like to use it for your plants. Mix well and let it marinate for about 24
hours and then strain it and spray it once a while with your regular pesticide. Thats it. You can watch a detailed video on a Cocktail
mixed organic pesticide recipe what I use for my plants including vegetables. You can check that from a link in description
or from end screen. Now lastly a Funny Question! 5. How do I prevent my neighbours from stealing
my plants and fruits from my garden? Some might think of installing a burglar alarm
or fencing it well or locking their gardens. But I suggest one simple remedy to this problem. First of all, interact with them and make
friends with them even if you do not like them. Talk about exchanging your plants, seeds or
cuttings. You take the first step and present them some
of your good plants or cuttings. That is all! Please like and share this video with your
friends. Also please comment below with your feedback. Consider subscribing if you are new to this
channel. Happy Gardening!


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    Dr. Nazir

  2. Super information, simple language easy to understand more over your voice is nice, thanks a lot. My wishes to you

  3. TFS! I havenโ€™t been thinking about gardening so much but fantastic informative tips always great content thank you for taking the time to make the video

  4. Wonderful as always, you are very knowledge and very informative, I look forward to your posts and have learned a LOT from you, thank you.

  5. ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒนexcellently explained thnx ji ๐ŸŒน๐ŸŒนAdenium seeds se kaise plants grow kiya jaye plzz batayiye

  6. Very nicely presented. I love plants having grown up in the country where my Dad had big and beautiful well maintained gardens. I have about a dozen or more big pots but nothing grows well in spite of the trouble I take as it gets no direct sunlight at all. A few leafy plants thrive and that's it. I love growing vegetable…..Any suggestions. Thanks in advance.

  7. Dr Sahib Namaskar
    I enjoyed the VEDIO, Information and the Presentation
    Specially to preventive method of Plants steeling, which is suggested " The most Organic way" liked very muchโ›„๐Ÿ˜‰๐Ÿ™โค๏ธ
    My regards

  8. Sir from all the above tip how to maintain the garden the last tip how to keep the garden away from neighbours was the best.

  9. Nice video.to Ur last question,I too have a neighbour.he takes plant cuttings from me but never gives any from his collections..so how to deal with that.

  10. I use coffee diluted with water as pesticide to potato, raddish, pomogranate and apple plants ๐ŸŒฟ๐ŸŒฑ๐Ÿ€โ˜˜๏ธ๐ŸŒฑโ˜˜๏ธ๐ŸŒฟ๐Ÿ€

  11. DUDE—YOU ARE TOO SMART,,,THANK YOU FOR THE INFO ,,,i was just now /this morning thinking about using coffee as a ph down solution/copper nute additive

  12. and if that does not work try an electric fence and say its for your pets or the wild life, put it at just the right height. I guarantee you will hear a yipe sooner or later. lol

  13. is there a way to get rid of fungus gnats or fruit flies in house plants with common house hold ingredients – here house plants have to be indoors more than 8 months of the year and this is a stubborn problem

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