Growing basil indoors will help you to prevent a blight on your home, if you don’t have the right conditions, says Dr. Sarah Wilson.
She says you need to start by making sure that you have a proper air circulation.
The first step is to add air circulation to the home and then add humidity.
When you add humidity to your air, it will cause the air to come closer to your body, so it will allow the growth of the basil to occur.
A good humidity control method is to get a humidifier and make sure that the humidity levels are low.
If the humidity is too high, then the basil will start to grow on your walls and it can cause damage.
In order to get rid of the blight, Wilson recommends that you put the basil in a plastic bag and keep it there for a few days.
Then you can take it out of the bag and remove the basil, put it back in the bag, and repeat the process until the basil is gone.
Once the basil has been removed from the bags, put a cloth on top of the bags and then keep the bags in the refrigerator.
The bags will keep the basil for a while.
This will help prevent the basil from becoming moldy.