So now it’s time to garden!Are you after the most from your plants?Plants need the right amount of sun, water, heat and soil to thrive.It’s important to keep your plants healthy.
Step 1: Carefully check the soil.
If the soil is sandy and has cracks, it is called dry soil.If the soil is sticky and muddy then it is clay soil.
Step 2: The type of plant is important.
Is the plant younger or older?Plants can be as young as 4-5 years of age.They are categorized as older plants.
Step 3: Determine how much water your plants need.
This can be found online or in gardening books.
Step 4: If the soil is wet, look at it.
If the plants are grown in dry soil it would require more water and clay soil would need less water.
Step 5: Appropriate water should be given.
Plants have different requirements.Younger people need less water than older people.
Step 6: The best time to get water is in the morning.
This gives the plant time to absorb the water and get ready to handle heat, cold, or just the energy it takes to produce chlorophyll, grow, and move nutrients around.Mildews, molds, and all kinds of disease problems can be solved in those conditions.Water in the morning.It’s not a good idea to water in the middle of a very hot day since the water can evaporate before it does any good, and can actually heat up too much and damage your plants.
Step 7: Water the roots.
The leaves need more water than the roots.The roots only need water.The wet leaves will lead to diseases.
Step 8: Slowly the water comes out.
It’s like giving 20% of the water to plants.The water is slower.It will get more water if the water stays around the roots.Most of the water flowing away is due to erosion caused by watering fast.
Step 9: It’s a good idea to use a rain gauge.
If you know how much rain falls in that area, you can give plants the amount of water they need.
Step 10: There is a sprinkler in the garden.
The sprinklers are very effective.You don’t have to worry about watering plants with a hose or watering can because they give water at the right time.Drop-by-drop method is used in farming.
Step 11: Irrigation systems that deliver water directly to the plants can be installed.
The water slowly soaks to the roots.Reducing the amount of water that’s wasted will save you time.
Step 12: Waste water can be used from preparing vegetables, washing up, and baths and showers.
Plants could be damaged by using water that contains bleach or household cleaning products.