Mulching: The first step in growing your plants is preparing and enriching the soil. This process is called as Mulching. It helps in reducing weeds and conserving water.
Prepare Seedling Varieties as You Wish: Relying on the climatic condition and deciding the varieties of vegetables you wish to plant, you can start up by growing the seeds indoors. After that, you need to transplant those seeds to your vegetable garden. The sprouting process of the seedlings takes about four to twelve weeks. It is notable that you can get quick yield for about four to six weeks earlier than planting seeds straight into the soil.
This way can be implemented to plants which are sensitive to the climatic conditions and are slow in maturing. The best examples of this type are tomatoes, peppers, eggplants, and melons. There are difficulties in transplanting root vegetables like carrots and beetroots and stalk vegetables like zucchini, corn, and peas.
Best Time to Transplant: The temperature of about 45 degrees Fahrenheit is the best time for transplanting. It is necessary to make the plants get accustomed to the place outside by keeping it outside for some hours to avoid the shock. Then they can be transplanted to the ground.
The incremental contact with the elements assists the plants to acclimatize with the climatic conditions and the newly exposed environment in a successful manner. The cool and late afternoon will be the day’s best time for transplanting the seedlings.
Your Way of Health: By following the best possible methods and a bit of patience, you can follow your own way by planting and harvesting your own nutritious food.