Calendar of vegetables in which the works are shown by months for the most common types of vegetables that are grown.
                                                       It is a useful reminder for farmers who grow a large number of different vegetables.

· Lei and tunnels are prepared in January
· They are sown in beds: tomatoes, peppers, lettuce, cucumbers
· Vegetables in the cellar and trap are regularly inspected
· Seed germination is prepared and tested

· In February, they are sown in beds: peppers, tomatoes, cabbage, kohlrabi
· Peppers and tomatoes that are sown in January are picked
· The garden is being prepared for early sowing
· If weather conditions allow, it can be planted in the garden: onion and garlic, primrose, carrot, parsnip, radishes, lettuce, spinach, peas

· In March, sow: primrose, carrot, parsnip, radishes, spinach, peas
· Cabbage, kale, kohlrabi, potatoes, horseradish are planted
· Preparation of lukewarm beds in which they are planted: tomatoes, peppers, blue eggplant, celery for seedling production

· In April, weeds in sprouted vegetables are controlled, as well as on the land where other vegetables will be sown: peppers, tomatoes, green beans, beans
· Vegetable seedlings are nurtured
· Direct sowing begins: paprika (in the first decade of April); tomato (in the second decade of April); green beans, beans, cucumbers, zucchini, sweet corn (in the third decade of April)
· Planted: potatoes, cabbage, kohlrabi, cauliflower
· The harvest of the first vegetables begins: spring onions, radishes, lettuce, spinach

· In May, it is necessary to intensively control the weeds in the sprouted vegetables
· Protection of sprouted vegetables from flamingo and other diseases is performed
· It is time to feed and water the vegetables
· Sown: sweet corn, cucumber, beans, watermelon, melon
· Planted: tomato, paprika, blue eggplant, celery, watermelon, melon
· Harvested: lettuce, spinach, kale
· It starts to take out: carrots and new potatoes

· In June, the care and protection of sprouted vegetables continues
· Harvested: lettuce, spinach, cabbage, cauliflower, kale, kohlrabi, radishes, zucchini, carrots, spring onions
· The soil is prepared and the sowing of beets and leeks begins

· In July, all sprouted vegetables are also nurtured, watered and fed
· Harvest begins: tomatoes, peppers, cucumbers
– Potato harvest begins (usually in the third decade of July)
· Late green beans, radishes, gherkins are sown
– Autumn cabbage, kale and late tomatoes are planted

· In August, all planted crops are still cultivated (weed destruction, protection from pests and diseases, watering …)
· Onions are picked and picked: tomatoes, peppers, blue eggplant, zucchini, watermelon, melon
· Sowing of lettuce, spinach, radish, radish and silver onion for seedling production.

· Crops are still cultivated in September
· The first protection of vegetables from possible early frosts begins
· The autumn vegetable harvest begins
· Lettuce, spinach, radish are sown (every week)
· The cultivation of land on which there are no more plantations begins

· Sowing of winter vegetable varieties begins in October
· All root vegetables are taken out and stored in the cellar and trap
· Late vegetables are harvested

· In November, late and root vegetables are harvested
· Preparation in the basement and trap
· The garden is cleared of the remains of all plants, which should be cut and taken out of the garden
· Land cultivation is performed for the next season

· Leyas and tunnels are prepared in December
· Early lettuce and onions can be planted slowly

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