What crops to grow in your garden…
There are a whole variety of vegetables and fruits that you can grow in your garden or allotment, the type and number of crops that you grow will depend on your garden size as well as your gardening experience.
For those of you with little gardening experience, it is probably best to grow crops that require little attention. Vegetables that are easy to grow and can be sowed in your soil this time of year include runner beans, courgettes, beetroot, lettuce, peas and tomatoes. If it is your first attempt at gardening you should start out by only trying one or two of the above to see how well you do. Before you start growing any crops in your garden make sure part of your garden can be ring fenced for growing your crops. This area must receive plenty of sunlight to ensure healthy and prompt growth. If you try to grow in the shade your yields will be very poor compared to someone who grows in direct sunlight.
For those of you who are experienced gardeners you probably already know the different varieties of crops that you can grow. More experienced gardeners should be looking to rotate crops and therefore maximise their yield throughout the year. By rotating crops on your patch you increase the quality of the soil and reduce the need of weeding too.
Grow your own products
We at glogrow supply a variety of grow your own feeds to help all gardeners boost the yields of their fruit and veg.
We sell liquid tomato feed and soluble tomato feed which can be used on a variety of crops including cucumbers, courgettes, peppers, aubergines, pumpkins and strawberries. Our tomato feeds will leave your crops full of flavour whilst maximising yields too.
If you are looking for a product that helps your plants overcome water, heat and cold stress then try our Nurture Ultra Plus. As well as increasing resistance to stress, Nurture also increases nutrient uptake and encourages root development to increase your yield.