From 8 pm is when we leave our home to spend a few moments in the garden and see how are the crops while in warm areas, just at about 10 pm is when you can go out, even if it be watching the vegetables and flashlight does not seem too practical. Read on to know what to plant in July.
What should I plant in July?
Direct seeding in soil
- yellow chard
- Green bunch chard ancha
Direct sowing in a seedbed
- Brussels sprouts
- cabbage cabbage
- With the
Tasks of July
In June, irrigation is critical, and Julio is not exempt from this. It is equal to or more significant. High temperatures of July make plants require help and should be watered regularly at least every two or three days.
However, sprinkler irrigation or hose to wet the leaves should be avoided. Yes, drip systems are adequate in tempering the land and prevent it from getting too overheated. On the other hand, if you go on vacation, you will have to schedule irrigation, or, ask for help from a relative or neighbor to provide them with enough water to your garden.
The padding will also be an essential task to retain moisture and conserve water. Also, it will help keep the temperature and soil moisture and prevent weeds.
For those who do not know, the padding is a task which is to protect the land. There are different types of filling, whether straw, grass clippings, shredded branch, and prunings. Carpets, old moquette and tapestries, gravel or gravel, stones, cardboard, and recycled paper, legumes, and so on.
Padding as will decompose brings nutrients to the soil, protects the earth from intense sunlight, keeps the dirt with a certain level of moisture, so it does not dry, avoid having to dress it, provides shade, and prevents competing weeds emerge and maintains aeration.
Like many of the crops are paying off, it’s time to choose plants that will leave seeds for next season. Lettuce glean and confusions can not leave them for seeds.
Harvest in July
All the sweat you put your garden for many, many months you will see in July, like radishes, carrots, zucchini, tomatoes, peppers, chard, lettuce, endive, beets, and beans, among other vegetables and greens, they take shape.
Fortunately, it was time to collect eggplants , beans, lentils, tomatoes, beans or beans dry beans, zucchini, cabbage cabbage, chickpeas, dwarves and vining peas, melons, peppers, watermelons, celery, squash, annual chives, cilantro, endives, sweet corn and popcorn, thyme, garlic, onions late, and so on .