Farming tips

May

  In the garden, periodic (biweekly) sowing of beans (to harvest in pods) and peas is continued. This way you can have green beans and peas for a few months.The gardens are watered, preferably in the evening, so that the soil conserves the absorbed water for a longer time and is more easily used by the plants. In the orchard, pull the weeds whenever justified.In the field, weeds are cut in the corn fields...

April

In the vegetable garden sow: pumpkin, lettuce, chicory, kale, spinach, peas, beans, watermelon, melon, turnips, cucumber and radish.  Plant or transplant: lettuce, potatoes, onions, chicory, cabbages, peppers and tomatoes. In the orchard, plant thorn fruit (orange, lemon, pomegranate, etc.). Graft several fruit trees and inspect the ligatures of the grafts made previously. In the orchard, plant...

March

In the garden, proceed, if the weather permits, to cut the weeds of lettuce, garlic and other growing crops. Sow: corn, spring wheat, barley, lucerne and other fodder, flax, pumpkins, lettuce, beets, carrots, peas, spinach, beans, watermelons, melons, turnips, radishes, parsley, tomatoes and cucumbers. Plant or transplant: potatoes, onions, cabbages and asparagus. In the field, sow: oats, rye, barley,...

February

In the garden, Sow: pumpkins, chard, lettuce, leek, beets, onions, carrots, coriander, lard cauliflower, sprouts, asparagus, peas, spinach, broad beans, beans, chili , watermelon, turnip greens, peppers, cabbage, parsley, tomatoes. Plant potatoes. In the field, continuation of land preparation - crops, harrows, manure, etc. - intended for spring crops. In peas and favas exterminate weeds and meadows or...

January

In January, the garden begins to prepare the bed. Sow beans, peas, lettuce, radishes, cauliflower, broccoli, cabbage, onions, carrots, ... In the orchard, we plant fruit trees.In the field, it is the month of the earth's crops. Preparation of all winter crops and land for potatoes (beginning the early potato planting). In the garden, you can already plant zinnias, poppies, gouges, sunflowers,  and all...

September

In the vegetable garden - prepare beds for lettuce and onion sowing. Sow watercress, carrots and radishes in a permanent place. Harvest beans. Plant strawberries, garlic and chives. Put spring cabbage and winter lettuce in a permanent place Vegetables and greens: celery, chard, leek, beets, broccoli, asparagus, sprouts, sprouts Aromatic herbs: Rosemary, parsley, coriander, basil, thyme,...

October

In the vegetable garden - prepare beds for lettuce and onion sowing. Sow watercress, carrots and radishes in a permanent place. Harvest beans. Plant strawberries, garlic and chives. Put spring cabbage and winter lettuce in a permanent place Vegetables and greens: celery, chard, leek, beets, broccoli, asparagus, sprouts, sprouts Aromatic herbs: Rosemary, parsley, coriander, basil, thyme,...

November

In the garden - sow watercress, lettuce, carrots, cabbages, with the exception of cauliflower and broccoli. Plant potatoes (in dry areas), garlic, early cabbage, lupine. Sow broad beans, peas, and on warm beds, lettuce, beets, onions, turnips, turnips, radishes, wheat, garlic, strawberries and tomatoes. Start pruning rose bushes and, in particular, vines. In addition, dig the empty beds and incorporate...

December

You still can sow onions, cabbages, beets, turnips, peppers, tomatoes and parsley continues. In sheltered places you can also sow watercress, spinach, lettuce, broad beans and peas. Plant apple and pear trees. Continue the incorporation of manure , and carry out other activities related to the preparation of land for spring sowing. The last winter wheat is sown. Proceed with the preparation...

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