Vegetable gardening , important facts and tips.

Before taking the Vegetable gardening individually, I will outline the general cultivation that is applicable to all.

The three purposes of farming are to remove weeds,

(1) release air into the soil, free up unavailable plant food, and (2) protect moisture.

Vegetable gardening

When it comes to weeds, there is no need for any experienced gardener to keep his crops clean. He learned from the bitter and  experience of letting them get something similar to a startup. He knows that one or two days of growth, after they have recovered, and perhaps a day or more of rain, the work of cleaning a patch of onions or carrots may double or triple and the weeds have reached any size. They cannot be taken out of the crops without causing great injury. Growing up every day means he has only the available herbivores stolen from the roots of his legitimate crops.

Instead of letting the weeds away from any herbivores, he should set up more, because clean and frequent cultivation will not only destroy the soil automatically, but also allow air, moisture, and heat to effect the chemical changes needed to transform it. Not available in herbivores. Long before the science of the case was discovered, soil growers were aware of the need to better soil the growing crops. Even the gentle, uneducated Aborigines not only put a bad fish on the bottom of a maize hill, but also put her shell hee on it. Plants need to breathe. Their roots need air. You might expect to find a glimmer of joy on the cheeks of a cotton-mill child slave, and you can expect to see the luxurious dark green of a healthy plant life in a breath-taking garden.

As important as the question of air, the water level near it. Occasionally you may not see first-hand what water has to do with farming. But let’s stop for a moment and look at it. Pick up a piece of paper, dip in the water at one end, watch the moisture flow through the hill, and soak in the blotter. Scientists label it a “capillary attraction,” and water flows into invisible small tubes. Now take a similar piece and cut across it, holding both cut edges and try again. Refuses to cross the moisture boundary: the connection is disconnected.

Vegetable gardening

Similarly, after a rain, the water stored in the soil begins simultaneously to escape back into the atmosphere. The surface first evaporates, in which the soils begin to soak through the soil. With millions of mud tubes it leaves your garden, and of course you have a two-inch pipe and a gasoline engine, pumping it deep into the day and night! Stop waste and save your garden. Cutting a pipe is the easiest thing in the world. Most small vegetable crops can be sown by frequent cultivation of the surface soil more than one or two inches deep and the soil pipes are broken and a mulch retains dust. Try to cover every part of your garden, especially when not shaded, every ten days or two weeks. Does that seem like too much work? Your wheel can pass through the keep the dust mulch as a permanent protection as soon as you walk. If you wait for the weeds, they can harm your growing plants, causing more or less harm, losing all the herbs they eat (they will take the cream) and putting in more hours. Of infinitely more disagreeable work. If the facts given to the beginner in gardening are not convincing, there is only one thing left to convince the experience.

The question of methods naturally follows, as there is much room for the cause of constant care in this case. Get a Wheel Ho. Simple types will not only save you endless time and work, but will work much better than you can do by hand.

The task of protecting the mud mulch becomes much simpler. If one does not have a wheel, it can work very quickly with small pieces of scuffle.

Keeping weeds clean between rows and plants from weeds is not done quickly enough. Where needed by hand, let it do it all at once. Here are the shortest practical suggestions for this job:

(1) get into this job while the ground is soft; The best time is when the soil starts to dry up after a rain. In such cases, the weeds will leave the roots. .

(2)The best tool for this purpose is a double wheel hose with disk attachment, or hose for larger plants.

(3) Not only does the weed pull, but it also deflates every inch of soil surface. Destroying sprout weeds is absolutely important because the larger ones will be pulled. A stroke of weed or fingers can kill a hundred weed seedlings in less time than a weed can get off to a good start.

(4) Use one of the hand-held ones. Not only does it do more work, but fingers can also protect unwanted clothing.

The expert use of the wheel ho can only be achieved through training. The first thing to learn is to look at the wheels only: blades, disks or racks will take care of themselves.

The function of “hulling” involves drawing the soil on the stems of the growing plants, usually during the second or third hoeing. This was the practice of climbing all the way up the hill to the “eyebrow,” but it is gradually abandoned for the so-called “level culture”; You can easily see the reason from what was said about the escape of moisture from the soil surface; Indeed, the top two sides of the hill represent a balanced triangle horizontally on one side, providing a more open surface than the level surface that represents the base. Hiking in wet soils or seasons is advisable, but only rarely. There is an additional drawback of making it difficult to maintain the highly desirable soil mulch in your vegetable gardening.

Vegetable gardening

Rotation of crops.

There is another thing to consider when making the best of each vegetable, that is crop rotation, or different types of vegetables at the next planting.

With some vegetables like cabbage, this is a must, and practically everything helps. Even onions, which are proven to be an exception to this rule, are healthy, and if the soil is well pulverized and enriched after some other crops, the earlier onion crop will be discarded.

Here are the basic rules of crop rotation:

(1) Crops of the same vegetable, or vegetables of the same family (such as turnips and cabbage) do not follow each other.

(2) Vegetables that feed near the surface, such as corn, must follow deep-rooted crops.

(3) Vines or leaf crops should follow the root crops.

(4) Fast-growing crops must be followed by those who own land every season.

These are the principles that determine the rotations that must be followed in individual cases. The right way to get involved in this matter is when preparing a planting plan. You will have time to do it properly, and you will not have to think for more than a year.

Using the above suggestions in mind, it is not difficult to give the particular care needed to make the crops work best.

Speak Your Mind