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Vegetable gardening has lately become just as popular as
going to the grocery store fore produce. Vegetable
gardening can produce vegetable that are usually cheaper
than store bought, and vegetables from a home vegetable
garden definitely taste better by far. Vegetable gardening
is no different than growing herbs or flowers and if the
proper steps are taken and the plants are give the proper
care they will flourish and produce very tasty vegetables.

First you must decide what size of garden you wish to plant
and then select a place for it; somewhere that has good
drainage, good air flow, and good, deep soil. It also needs
to be able to get as much sunlight as possible. Because
vegetable gardens have such tasty rewards, many animals,
such as dogs, rabbits, deer, and many others will try and
get to your veggies. One way to prevent this is to surround
your garden with a fence, or put out a trap to catch mice,
moles, and other animals.

Before planting, the soil must be properly prepared. Good
soil for vegetable gardening is achieved by cultivation and
the application of organic materials. The soil must be
tilled (plowed) to control weeds and mix mulch into the
soil. If you have a small garden, spading could be a better
bet than plowing. Mulching is also a vital part of soil
preparation. Organic matter added to the soil releases
nitrogen, minerals, and other nutrients plants need to
thrive. The most popular and best type of mulch you can use
is compost. While the kind and amount of fertilizer used
depends on the soil and types of plants, there are some
plants that have specific needs; leafy plants, like
cabbage, spinach, and lettuce usually grow better with more
nitrogen, while root crops like potatoes, beets, turnips,
and carrots require more potash. Tomatoes and beans use
less fertilizer, while plants like onions, celery, and
potatoes need a larger amount.

One thing that is vitally important in vegetable gardening
is the garden arrangement. There is no single plan that
will work for every garden due to varying conditions. One
popular way to arrange a vegetable garden is to plant
vegetables needing only limited space together, such as
radishes, lettuce, beets, and spinach, and those that
require more room together, such as corn, pumpkins, and
potatoes. Try and plant tall growing plants towards the
back of the garden and shorter ones in the front so that
their sunlight does not get blocked.

When you are finally ready to begin planting your vegetable
garden, make sure and plant at the right time of year. If
you are dying to get an early start, you may want begin
your garden inside in a hotbed and then transplant when the
weather permits. After you are finished planting, make sure
your vegetables receive the appropriate amount of water,
which depends on the type of plant. Most plants will need
the equivalent to about an inch of water per week.

Weeds must be controlled in vegetable gardening because
they will take up water, light, and nutrients meant for the
vegetables and they often bring disease and insects to the
garden. You can get rid of weeds by cultivation or
mulching. To protect against disease and insects you can
buy seeds that are disease resistant or use controlled
chemicals.

Vegetable gardening is many people’s favorite form of
gardening because you can actually taste the fruits of your
labor. Vegetable gardening is not that expensive to start
and the taste of home grown veggies definitely beat out
that of supermarket vegetables. Your vegetable gardening
days will be full of produce if you take the proper
precautions when planting and continue maintenance of your
garden.


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