- How often do you water a vegetable garden?
Vegetable gardens need to be watered frequently to be kept healthy. The watering frequency will depend on garden characteristics and care techniques used.
- How to Deeply Water Plants to Create a Drought Tolerant Vegetable Garden
Learn how plant root depth and differences between in-ground and container vegetable gardens influence the way you deeply water your vegetable garden
- The Best Types of Organic Mulch For Your Vegetable Garden
Vegetable gardens need to be mulched using organic mulches that are lightweight and decompose easily. This means that not all organic mulches will be suitable.
- Can coco peat be used as mulch in a vegetable garden?
Yes, coco peat is highly suitable to be used as mulch in a vegetable garden. Coco peat mulch is most useful to retain moisture and nutrients in your soil.
- How to Mulch your Vegetable Garden with Grass Clippings
Grass clippings are ideal to be used as mulch in a vegetable garden. Here’s how to use it in 4 easy steps.
- 5 simple strategies to help you water your vegetable garden just right
Forgetting to regularly water your vegetable garden can have devastating effects. These 5 strategies will make it easier for you.
- How to Control Soil Salinity in your Vegetable Garden
Soil salinity is not a commonly discussed topic when it comes to vegetable gardening but it is something that we should be aware of as gardeners.
- How do you keep a vegetable garden journal?
Do you know what information you should record in your vegetable garden journal? Start yours today using our FREE Vegetable Garden Journal Templates.
- What time of day is best to water vegetable garden?
Not sure what the best time to water your vegetable garden is? Find out here.
- Why are my tomato flowers falling off?
Tomato flowers falling off can be devastating and may not always be preventable. However, there are a few steps that you can take to minimize the number of flowers that fall off.
- 6 Reasons why you should mulch your vegetable garden
Mulching can save you time, money, and a lot of effort by creating a vegetable garden that needs less watering and weeding, with minimal nutrient loss.
- Adding Calcium Not Enough To Prevent Calcium Deficiency In Vegetable Plants
Vegetable plants, especially container-grown plants, can easily be affected by calcium deficiency, even when they have access to enough calcium.