Prepare your garden for fall


The seasonal changes are a determining factor in the growth and harvest in your garden.

The intensity of light, humidity of the environment and the temperature can be a beneficial factor or not, according to the plantations you have. That is why when starting your garden it is important that you plan by season, with rotation and association of crops.

In autumn, for example, the temperature drops and therefore the presence of insects decreases; however, abundant and atypical rains can favor the appearance of fungi. That is why one of the first factors to consider in this season for the care of your garden is to reinforce the plants with natural fungicides, so autumn is an ideal time to place slow release fertilizers such as humus or compost.

In this season we recommend you germinate and sow:

ESTATE: Carrot, onion, radish, beetroot.

FLOWERS: Calendula, broccoli, cauliflower.

LEAVES: Lettuce, celery, spinach, coriander, parsley, chard, kale.

FRUITS: Strawberry, kidney bean, green bean, broad beans.

Here we share some references about the care of some of these plants:


-Direct sowing

-Germination in 10-12 days

-Rinse at 12 cm

- Staggered collection after 30 days

-Light and frequent watering


-Direct sowing

-Germination in 12-15 days

-Collection in 3-4 months

- Staggered collection after 30 days

-Soft watering and constant humidity

-Requires a minimum depth of 20 cm


-Direct seeding from teeth of it (point up)

-Germination in 10-12 days

-Transplant when it is 12 cm

-Collection 3-4 months

-Small and spaced irrigation


-Direct sowing

-Germination in 12-15 days

-Collection in 4-5 months

-Light and frequent watering


-Sowing in seedbed

-Germination 6 days

-Transplant in 4-5 leaves

-Collection in 2-4 months

-You can collect as you need

-Light and frequent watering


-Direct sowing

-Germination in 5-7 days

-Collection in 4-5 weeks

-Soft waterings to keep moisture

-Fast and easy cultivation

Remember to stir the soil from time to time and if you find Earthworms do not kill them, as they help loosen the soil so that the roots of the plants penetrate more easily.

We hope these tips help you keep your garden healthy at home.

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