MIddle land

As the title itself says, medium-sized land is land outside your house or apartment, which you can use as a garden in which to plant your vegetables and fruits.
Summer is perfect time for preparing land and planting fall vegetables, so, try sowing fast-growing salad crops. And many sweet root crops like beets and carrots as well as cabbage cousins like kale can continue growing for several weeks beyond the first frost.

In order to be able to do that, it is necessary to prepare that land for planting. In the following, I will try to show you how it is done.

I will assume that you are just now planning to start planting your first garden and do not know how and where to start. First of all You must you need to know that too many planted plants can only be a source of problems. Many experienced gardeners will tell you that a large number of crops in the garden will not bear fruit. On the contrary, they can lead to overcrowding and weed formation. Make a place in your garden where you plan to plant your vegetables by clearing them of weeds.  Before the start of planting yours vegetable  plants, it is necessary to do cultivation of soil. It is best to cultivate the land in the fall. Do deep “winter” plowing at a depth of 35-40 cm in October or November or where the arable layer should be turned over and exposed to the influence of moisture, air and frost.

During deep plowing, moisture accumulates in the soil during the “winter” period and dries quickly in the spring, so that preparations for the production of early vegetables can be made in time. Gardens that are deeply plowed during the autumn should not be plowed in the spring, because plowing loses a lot of soil moisture. If “winter” plowing is not done, shallow tillage is applied in the spring, at 10-15 cm, but that soil is immediately cultivated and a surface layer of 5-10 cm is prepared for sowing. The surface layer must be loose due to uniform germination and therefore the soil is hardened. After the soil is prepared in this way, it is time for fertilization. Now I will introduce you to fertilizers that are natural and you can produce them yourself. That’s right, this is a fertilizer that is created in the process of raising chickens, turkeys, ducks, geese, and the best of all is the fertilizer that is created as a product of rabbit breeding. This is what you need to know and to do before you plan to plant the seeds of your plants for the first time. The soil prepared in this way is ready for planting and the plants will give much more quality fruit.

You’ll probably grow most vegetables for Your Fall gareden from seed. Use extra seeds and plant it little bit deeper because you seeding on outdoor land and the soil is tipically moister and cooler a few centimeters down. The general rule is that most Fall garden vegetables do best with about good watering once a week.

Extend your growing season later into fall by protecting your plants from frost, cover the garden with something, old newspapers, old sheets, or something like that.

The warm weather and long days are needed to tomatoes, peppers, and other heat lovers. But Fall has some qualities that make it extremely favorable for crops that prefer cooler temperatures.

There a few reasons why plant in Fall: The weather is milder. Many insect pests are getting ready to hide out for winter. The soil actually becomes moist, but well-draining. The end of summer does not have to mean the end of your vegetable garden. there are plenty of other choices: vegetables that have their flavor enhanced by cool temperatures, like the broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, grow best in cool weather.

Make a list of your favorite types of vegetable crops and to further narrow that list to those that are most delicious when fresh., but beware, You need to know which plants to plant together, and which, if they are next to each other, are the biggest enemies. 

Never plant these plant species together

Onion + peas,
Potatoes + Tomatoes,
Paprika + Peas,
Carrots + Dill,
Cabbage + Grapes,
Walnuts + Tomatoes,
Lettuce + Broccoli

You can plant these plant species together

Roses + Garlic,
Melons + Velvet,
Tomato + Cabbage,
Cabbage + Spice,
Corn + Beans,
Radishes + Spinach,

Also, chack this site about Food Preservation Methods and Guidance

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