VEGETABLE GARDENING

fOR BEGINNERS


organic vegetable

Here’s a quick guide for the beginner vegetable gardener. Whether you’re a beginner or an old hand, planting in a pot or a plot, this advice will help you to plan and grow your tastiest vegetables 
bell pepper
Why gardening. If you have never tasted garden-fresh vegetables (lots of people haven’t!), you will be amazed by the sweet, juicy flavors and vibrant textures. There’s absolutely nothing like them, especially if you grow the vegetables yourself.

1 Build Up Your Soil



preparing garden soil

Building up the soil is the single most important factor in pumping up yields.
A deep, organically rich soil encourages the growth of healthy, extensive roots
that are able to reach more nutrients and water.

 2 ORGANIC


organic garden soil
Organic matter improves the fertility, the structure and the tilth of all kinds of soils.
 In particular, organic matter provides a continuous source of nitrogen and other nutrients
 that plants need to grow.
 It also provides a rich food source for soil microbes.
As organisms in the soil carry out the processes of decay and decomposition,
they make these nutrients available to plants. 

3 chicken manure

If you are raising chickens you can have chicken manure. And this manure could just be the right additive to your

 garden . 
Chicken manure fertilizer is very high in nitrogen and also contains a good amount of potassium and phosphorus.
 The high nitrogen and balanced nutrients is the reason that chicken manure compost is the best kind of manure
 to use.


4 raised beds

The fastest way to get deep layer of fertile soil is to make raised beds.
 Raised beds yield up to four times more than the same amount of space planted in rows.

raised bed

 That’s due not only to their loose, fertile soil but also to efficient spacing,
by using less space for paths,you have Moore space to grow vegetable.

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