Saturday, August 13, 2016

Seedy Saturday- VEGGIES Part 1



    A teaspoon of sulphur placed at the bottom of each planting hole will acidify the soil slightly, thereby allowing the plant to use fertilizer more efficiently. plant peppers after all the danger from has gone and passed.      


    To keep the soil moist when planting lettuce seed, cut strips of moistened burlap, 4 to 6 inches wide. Place burlap on top of planted row. Keep the burlap moistened with a fine misting or sprinkling of water. Remove burlap at first sign of seeding sprouts. 


      WARNING!!! do not plant potatoes and tomatoes side by side, they do not like each other. counselling has not yet been made available for these plants. 

Credit to: Rodney Horticultural Society.  

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