Watering a container vegetable garden is quite different from watering an in-ground or raised-bed vegetable garden.
Size really does matter when it comes to container gardening [container size chart]
Choosing the correct sized container is essential – container size chart for 57 vegetables and herbs
Ultimate Guide on Starting a Container Vegetable Garden
This article provides all the basic info on starting an outdoor container vegetable garden on a balcony, terrace, or rooftop.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Container Gardening for Vegetables
Container vegetable gardening will help you to start a vegetable garden even in places that are not suitable for a traditional in-ground garden along with a lot of other benefits. However, you should also be aware of the disadvantages so that you know just what to expect before you start your container vegetable garden.
Here’s why coco peat is ideal for growing vegetables, especially in containers
Coco peat can be used to germinate seeds, as a substrate for container-grown vegetables, and as a soil amendment to help you grow more productive vegetable plants
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.
How do you get rid of spider mites on vegetable plants?
Spider mites are microscopic and barely visible but they can feed on almost all types of vegetable plants and can severely damage them