3 Ways to Make Your Garden Forever Productive

3 Ways to Make Your Garden Forever Productive

To have your kitchen filled with a continues supply of fresh organic vegetables the whole year round, you need to make your garden continuously forever productive. This requires your intelligent planning to sustain a complete and ready to harvest vegetables in your garden.

Your garden could easily be depleted with its major elements once planted with some plants that are heavy soil users. Therefore, lost soil nutrients needs to be replenished immediately to return back the soil’s productivity. This requires your creativity how you’ll manage to make your garden always in its productive form. I have listed here some ways you can improve the condition of your soil.

To have your kitchen filled with a continues supply of fresh organic vegetables the whole year round, you need to make your garden continuously forever productive. This requires your intelligent planning to sustain a complete and ready to harvest vegetables in your garden.

Your garden could easily be depleted with its major elements once planted with some plants that are heavy soil users. Therefore, lost soil nutrients needs to be replenished immediately to return back the soil’s productivity. This requires your creativity how you’ll manage to make your garden always in its productive form. I have listed here some ways you can improve the condition of your soil.

Ways to Sustain Your Garden’s Productivity

1. Crop rotation. In this method, you’ve to plant some crops that requires an immediate alternatives to be replaced after harvest. This is applicable to annual crops that are good only for a period of one year.

After harvest, you need to plant another alternate crops to sustain the production status of your garden and maximized the idled space area. Some crops that you need to be rotated includes some legumes. Leguminous crops helps your garden sustains its soil fertility – a natural fertilizer element present within the crop’s root system.

2. Mixed planting. In mixed planting, you’ve to plant alternately some crops of different maturity period and height proportion, giving way not to compete each others with sunlight requirements. You should make your plan giving consideration to the plant heights, space utilization, maturity and soil element’s utilization.

All these factors are vital to make your garden in its peak form and the production aspects are not sacrificed.

3. Bio-intensive gardening. This is a little bit laborious way of sustaining your garden’s soil fertility. However, the labor spent here are worth the effort considering the long range effect of maintaining your soil to be always fertile.

In this method, you’ll dig a part of your plots where you’ll deposit all your grass clippings and waste materials after harvest into the dogged area and cover with soil to let them decomposed. After a couple of weeks, your soil is again ready for planting some succeeding crops.

Making your garden filled with fresh organically produced vegetables the whole year boasts your creativeness and initiative to let the community in your area know that they can also produce their own vegetables through your expertise and they can always ask your assistance by simply looking at your garden.

This would make your garden a show window to students, home gardeners and other people who love to eat fresh and organically produced vegetables.

Happy gardening!

Cris Ramasasa, Freelance writer, writes about home gardening and Internet marketing tips. You can get a copy of his latest ebook “Discover How to get started in Flower Gardening” and “Vegetable Gardening Made Easy”, also get lots of tips, Free articles, and bonuses at: [http://www.crisramasasa.com]