Preparing You Garden for the Guide

Growing in various seasons is different in each. This is why there is a Fall Gardening Guide, showing what needs to be going on in the fall. This is the time of year when autumn pumpkins in the garden in a box are planted. Autumn is also when you:

  • Clean up your garden soil bed
  • Soil management to minimize any problems for the spring season
  • Plant blooming bulbs

Fall gardening preparation

With the appropriate fall gardening preparation – you will be guaranteeing a beautiful and bountiful garden for the spring. When people talk about a spring garden, they are talking about the plants that they plant during the spring session so in the fall you are preparing for the spring. Also, fall is the season for marketing gardening farming.

Starting fall garden

If you have already been growing plants in your garden, then you are lucky as a garden that has already been prepped well for spring, as well as summer crops, will need little fall gardening planning. With little maintenance, you will be ready to plant fall crops and it will take no time at all.

Moving into fall

It is vital that your plants have access to all nutrients they will need. The appropriate nutrients make sure that your plants mature at the correct time. Before deciding to plant your crops, ensure that the soil you are putting them in is full of nutrients. Soil needs to be well-suited. There are several things you can do to ensure this:

  • Check the pH levels of the soil
  • Check nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus levels in the soil
  • Re-mineralize the soil
  • Finally plant the seeds, deeply watering the soil

pH levels of soil

You might be wondering why the pH levels in your soil are so important. The answer to that question is that the levels need to be suitable for the plant you have decided to plant. When it is not suitable, you can use fast-acting lime to raise the pH levels of sulfur to help lower the level.

Nitrogen, potassium, and phosphorus

Measuring these elements can be done with a home soil test kit. If needed, you can use organic fertilizer to enrich the soil. These include:

  • Bone meal
  • Worm castings
  • Rock phosphate
  • Compost
  • Chicken manure

 Re-mineralize – plant, and water

Prior to planting crops, you need to dust the garden bed with basalt or granite – this will re-mineralize the soil. And finally, before planting any seeds, deeply water the soil. This will all combine and activate the additions you have made to the soil.