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  1. Taking care of the vegetables

    Taking care of the vegetables

    Temperature / ventilation As soon as the sun shines, REMEMBER that the plastic cover on the GrowCamp must be OPENED. That is to say: if the weather forecast does not guarantee rain all day, then - before you leave in the morning - you...

  2. How to sow and plant

    How to sow and plant

    Fertilizer The soil from plant bags is fertilized so that it is sufficient for the first harvest. When you have harvested and want to sow or plant again, then fertilize. The exceptions are peas and beans, which do not need nitrogen. You...

  3. What do you want to cultivate?

    What do you want to cultivate?

    Start with the easiest Simply start by choosing some of the following crops: radishes, lettuce, spinach, peas, carrots, parsley, chives, leeks and onions - possibly potatoes. None of these plants require much heat and thrive best without...

  4. Gardening in the kitchen garden in September

    Gardening in the kitchen garden in September

    During September, one begins to be able to sense the end of the growing season. The falling temperature and amount of light leads to the growth of the plants becoming slower and slower, and it is no longer possible to see something new that can...

  5. Gardening in the kitchen garden in August

    Gardening in the kitchen garden in August

    If you want fresh supplies of leafy greens until well into the autumn, it is important to choose the right sowing time. The point is that the plants must be able to be almost fully developed until sometime in late October, when further growth...

  6. Gardening in the kitchen garden in July

    Gardening in the kitchen garden in July

    Here in the middle of summer, the kitchen garden begins to abound in fresh greenery, and you can almost plan your meals according to what today's harvest can now deliver to the kitchen. Spinach, lettuce and radishes have been there for a long...