Repeated and Compacted Planting
Many people wonder how to make their garden better than a lawn – beautiful and adorable. However, to maintain this decoration you can not do without re-planting throughout the season. A compacted planting helps if backyard area is limited by the size, and the desire to grow everything is huge. You only need only time for planting plants instead of the harvested ones and know what vegetables, when and where to plant.
Repeated and Compacted Sowing and Planting in Garden
Compacted vegetable planting
This method especially provides great opportunities in the southern regions with a long frost-free and warm period. As a rule, re-seeding and planting crops of the second rotation may be done after harvesting early maturing radish, kohlrabi, carrots and lettuce and other vegetables.
When changing the plants you should follow the botanical principle: growing plants of different species or families.
What does it give?
- It allows plants use different nutrients and avoid unilateral soil depletion.
- It prevents the accumulation of harmful metabolic products.
- It reduces the possibility of damage by pests and diseases (common diseases and pests that are usually observed in closely related crops).
What to consider?
- Features of the root system of vegetables.
- The proliferation value of surface mass.
- Method of sowing or planting.
- Maturing time of the roots.
Terms of repeated sowing and planting of vegetable crops
In July sowing of ripening green plants are possible: watercress, onions on the greens, radishes, lettuce, dill, spinach, romaine lettuce or iceberg. After the harvest of green vegetables, in July you can seed peas and beans. In July you can also seed legumes in grass in the garden. Mow them in late summer and use them as green manure. Sow dill in place of the cropped kohlrabi and radish.
For a continuous supply of greens on the cleared site after onion continue to sow in August mustard, Cabbage, watercress, fennel, spinach.
Winter crops of green plants are carried out in September, before the frosts (spinach, Crambe, borage). In addition, winter crops are good for early spring greens. During the first week of October you should plant onions, winter varieties of garlic, sorrel, tarragon and other plants by dividing bushes of the old plants.
In November you can sow radish, Cabbage, carrot, beet, parsley, parsnips, fennel, spinach, lettuce, and landing tarragon, rhubarb, sorrel, marjoram, peppermint, horseradish and other perennials by dividing the bushes.