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Guide to Start an Organic Vegetable Garden

Do you love eating organic vegetable? Do you have a free space at your home that you can grow vegetables out there? Organic Vegetable Garden is one of popular thing near us because instead of buying them we can plant them in the right way. However, there are some aspects you have to understand before starting your own garden such as choosing the right spot and the right seed, considerating the land soil, and maintain the right water volume.

Choosing the right spot

While choosing the best spot for your Organic Vegetable Garden you also need to consider what plant would you like to be planted. There are some vegetables that need a full sun light, a partial, and without it. Make sure you check your spot first. So then you can know what should you plant in your garden. Anyway, We will talk about these below.

Choosing the right seed

Organic Vegetables Seed

After learning about what spot is suitable for your organic vegetable garden. You have to choose the right seed before planting it. Do not be rush while planting your organic vegetable as the proper vegetable you plant the better they grow. Here is some list of Organic Vegetables that you have to know.

Full Sun Organic Vegetables

  1. Tomatoes
  2. Eggplant
  3. Peppers
  4. Corn
  5. Cucumbers

Partial Sun Organic Vegetables

  1. Beans
  2. Peas
  3. Beets
  4. Broccoli
  5. Cabbage
  6. Radish
  7. Turnips

Organic Vegetables Without Sun

  1. Kale
  2. Endive
  3. Arugula
  4. Spinach
  5. Lettuce
  6. Mustard Greens
  7. Swiss Chard

Soil Consideration

It is really important because a good soil usually has natural fertile where it will help your plant grow faster. So you do not need to give as much soil to your plant. Then, how do you know if your soil is good enough to plant Organic Vegetable?

Use Garden Center Services

Garden Center Services

You can ask Garden Center to ask them to test your soil at first. They will give you a sample to know whether it is good or not. In this test also reveal what nutrients are there. Besides that, they also give you suggestion to improve your soil.

DIY (Use Vinegar and Baking Soda)

Soil PH Test

Just like what you have read in the headline, you can test it by yourself. The step is to collect 1 cup of soil from your Garden. Then, you can put 2 spoonfuls into another cup. Now, take 1/2 spoon vinegar and put it. If it fizzes, you have alkaline soil, with a PH between 7 and 8.

If it does not give any reaction. You can add another cup. Take 2 spoonfuls of your soil again. Add about a quarter water into the container and add 1/2 cup of baking soda. If it fizzes, it means you have acidic soil where you PH would be between 5 and 6.

After doing these both step but your soil does not react anything. It means you are lucky. Because your Soil’s ph is 7 and it is really great to plant Organic Vegetable.

Keep Maintaining Your Garden

When you have done planting the seed. Now you have to control the water volume. Each vegetable has different water volume needs. It depends on what vegetables they are. You have to ask it before buying the seed. Ask how many liters of water the vegetable required each day. For some plant such as lettuce and sweet corn. They can grow well even without watering them.

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