This is the first in a three-part series about growing soy and other crops on your own.
How to make soybeans and rice The first step is to get started with growing your own soybeans.
You’ll need a greenhouse, a lot of pots, some fertiliser and a few bags of water.
The first thing you’ll need to do is start by soaking your plants.
You can buy them dried, cut them into smaller pieces and use them as fertilizer.
Once you’ve soaked them, put them into a greenhouse and make sure they are covered with some soil.
Next you’ll have to put them in a warm room with enough air circulation.
Next, you’ll be able to grow your own rice using a variety of methods.
You need to put it in a cold room with the air temperature at around 5C and you can get up to 6C in the fridge, so you’ll want to make sure it is at least 3 degrees cooler.
After you’ve done this, you can put the rice into a bag with the seeds in and you’ll then need to make rice paddies.
There are different types of rice paddys available, so it’s important to use the right one.
To make your own paddies, first soak the rice in a bucket of water and place it into a bucket.
You will need a little bit of soil around the rice paddy, but you can use whatever is available.
When you’re ready to start growing rice, it’s a good idea to use a variety that’s going to be easier to work with.
Soak the rice for about two hours and then put it into an air-tight container and cover it with plastic.
The container should then be in a hot, dry place.
It’s important that you don’t leave it out too long, as that can cause mould growth and the rice can also get a lot frostier.
Once the rice has been submerged in the plastic, put the container into the freezer.
The temperature of the freezer will help to keep the rice at a good temperature and it will keep the seeds from drying out.
After about 24 hours, you should have rice that’s about 5mm thick and has a nice, crisp appearance.
Next is the tricky part: growing rice.
Once it has been fully submerged in plastic, you will need to cut the rice using the knife attachment.
If you don´t have a knife, you may have to use your fingers.
To cut the grain, put a knife blade into the side of the rice, and then slowly work your fingers along the grain.
You should be able with some force to break up the grain into smaller grains.
Once all the grain has been broken up, it is now ready to plant.
Planting is pretty straightforward.
Put the rice onto the planting pot and cover with plastic so it won’t get too hot.
Make sure that you place the plant on the pot in the centre of the garden.
You don’t want the top of the plant to be too high, otherwise you may damage the roots and plant it in the wrong place.
Once plants are planted, you need to check that they are growing properly.
When your plant is at the right height, it should be around 1cm (3.5 inches) tall and has roots that are 3mm (1/2 inch) long.
Plant the plant and keep it in its tray at room temperature for about 24 to 48 hours.
After the plants have grown, you then need some time to water it.
You may need to irrigate it to remove the excess water.
You then need a watering pump to bring the water up to your plants roots.
When the water level is around 1.5 to 2 metres (5 to 7 feet) above the roots, you have to make your next step: planting rice.
Put rice in the soil and water it for about four hours.
When it has soaked up the excess, you put it back into the plastic and cover again.
Put it in your greenhouse and water the plant for another three to five hours.
Now, plant your rice on the outside of the greenhouse, so that the soil can be watered more easily.
After a week or so, the rice should be looking pretty good.
After it has watered down and roots have grown out, you now need to finish the growing process.
First, you want to trim off the excess root system.
Next up is to cut away the dead root system and the stems of the plants roots and leaves.
You also need to remove some of the leaves and stem tips that have fallen off.
You want to leave the roots at the bottom of the pot so that they can grow and take root.
To do this, cut the root system off the bottom and remove the dead roots.
Once that is done, cut away all the dead stems and leaves, leaving just the top root tip.
You are now ready for the next step of planting.
Once roots are removed, you are ready to fertilise your rice