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Garden stakes Some plants, like heavily laden eggplants need extra support in the form of garden stakes. It is good to have a collection of thin bamboo or plastic stakes, plus some hardier pickets for heavier crops. The image below shows an example of a bamboo stake construction. Extra-tall bamboo stakes are excellent for climbing beans, which can grow to over 6 feet (2m). Pea netting Unlike beans, peas grow best on netting or wire, as the small tendrils they use to climb have trouble gripping anything bigger.

Not only will we uncover what good soil should be made of, you will also be introduced to the methods of sourcing this soil, as well as fertilizing and optimizing it. And the last section will uncover a secret method for happy and healthy soil using humus as an ingredient. Soil is essential, so certainly do not skip this section of the story. 1 What should good soil be made of? On the surface, soil is the particulate mixture of ground-down rock and minerals, and decomposed organic matter that forms the top layer of the Earth’s crust.

General potting mix can be sifted to achieve a tilth suitable for small seeds such as lettuce. Even large seeds which are sown directly need well-prepared soil which has a good crumb in order to grow. Step 3: Plant at the correct depth Seed packages and gardening books will give a recommended depth for seeds. Different seeds germinate best at specific depths, but as a general rule, they should be covered in a layer of soil that is as deep as the widest point of the seed. So a bean seed that is a ½ inch (1cm) long should be covered by a ½ inch (1cm) layer of soil; whereas very fine seeds like lettuce do not need covering and can simply be scattered on the surface of the soil and firmed in.

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