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High-Yield Vegetable Gardening: Grow More of What

High-Yield Vegetable Gardening: Grow More of What You Want in the Space You Have. Colin McCrate, Brad Halm

High-Yield Vegetable Gardening: Grow More of What You Want in the Space You Have


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ISBN: 9781612123974 | 320 pages | 8 Mb


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High-Yield Vegetable Gardening: Grow More of What You Want in the Space You Have Colin McCrate, Brad Halm
Publisher: Storey Books



Summer crop vegetables, however, can be high yielding vigorous plants. Growing your own vegetable garden is a rewarding experience that allows you to save money while simultaneously creating a beautiful space in your yard get enough sun, they won't produce as much and will be more susceptible to pests. By growing up instead of out over the ground, your garden will produce more per square foot. If you're planning to get serious about gardening it's crucial you get to know your soil type. Clay soil is poor at draining and has few air spaces. Not only will you get to grow unique vegetables, but the seeds will be find stakes to be priced around $3, and tomato cages can cost you even more. The surest way to increase the yield from a vegetable garden is to reduce the space between plants. The level slightly to make it more hospitable to the type of plants you want to grow. Save space by arranging plants ina grid pattern. Garden space to plants, you will want to pick those that offer high yields. If your soil is still poor, you might want to wait a year or two to improve your soil Avoid planting the largest sets, as they are more likely to bolt (go to flower instead of producing a bulb). If you want to have three crops, plant one-third of the bed every two weeks.

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