Vegetable Garden Planting Guide Ideas

Feb 22nd

Vegetable garden planting guide – After planning your growing vegetables in a garden or in containers, and once you have determined the start dates of their work, be ready to start seeding and planting your future foods. Here are some tips for this stage.

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For vegetable garden planting guide, water well on his land before sowing or planting. The depth and the distance between the crops sown or planted is very important. If you bought seeds or seedlings, follow the directions that came about, or contact the place where you got it.

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Vegetable garden planting guide, among the plants that grow best planted seeds directly into the ground are beans, peas, pumpkins, turnips, peas, beets, lettuce and melon. Cover the seeds with fine soil, no rocks or clods, and afírmela to eat well and retain the necessary moisture to germinate. Then you water them carefully, so do not remove or remain uncovered. Put a check mark by the name of the plant, so you know what to expect to germinate, and when. If you did germinate seeds in seed or purchased as plants germinated: done on earth a small hole that is slightly larger than the cube that contains the root.