Compost is Vital


compost, handStarting a compost pile is not a big deal, and there's no need to hurry. The main technique is to layer down parts of brown substance (dry fallen leaves, straw) and green substance (plant remains, weeds, kitchen waste). Keep the pile moisten, but not overly. Don't forget to turn the pile over once in a while. And your compost is ready for use!

Consider maintaining succession plantings, particularly of rapid-growing cultures such as bush beans, lettuce, radishes, beets, carrots, and spinach. That implies re-planting the same cultures, as the first crop has grown. This way, you will get harvest during all the gardening season.

Always consider adjustments according to the current season. Seed growing can be initiated under heating light or within a greenhouse, and so when the outside temperature is the most favorable, it is time to transfer them to open soil. If the weather is still mild, perhaps deviating far from the normal temperature of the season, be confident and plant without seasonal limits. Use special covers and frames to accumulate heat for your plants. Working together with natural energies and forces ensure the optimal harvest outcome.