Watering is one of the reasons that a grower’s vegetable garden is damaged
Making vegetables on a growing truss is often the first challenge for the beginner to home gardeners. I also recommend it as it is easy to get started even in a landless environment like patio.
Some people are initially motivated and diligently watered each day. However, I have seen many extremists that water too much or the point is turned off.
So this time
· Irrigation water
・ Watering place
・ Watering time
・ Frequency and quantity of watering
I will introduce four in detail.
What kind of water is good?
Are you using water used for watering plants or tap water? In fact, I don’t really recommend this. This is because tap water contains chlorine, which can upset the balance of minerals and microorganisms in the soil. If possible, remove chlorine by exposing it to the sun for about 6 hours before use. Of course, if you can dechlorinate with a water filter, that’s okay.
Rainwater is also encouraged. Rainwater has almost no impurities other than what is starting to fall, so it can be said that it is ideal for watering.
Well water and mineral water contain minerals so they can be nutrients for vegetables, but there are some places that cannot be said to be good because too much mineral is not good either. However, I don’t think it will have such a bad effect, so please really use it and test it out.
People often say the rice water is delicious, but I do not recommend it very much. Yes, it does contain nutrients, but it also increases the risk of mold and bacteria growing. It is clear and I think there is still little negative impact on the large field, but I think there are more disadvantages in the planters.
Summarized as follows.
Tap water ×
Tap water has been chlorinated
Rain water ○
Well water / mineral water △
Rice soup ×
Where to water the soil? Leaf?
When watering vegetables, basically sprinkle them in the soil. However, if mud splashes and soil clinging to vegetables at this time, you need to be very careful.
Since plants also absorb water from the leaves, they can be applied to the leaves, but care must be taken because it can weaken or cause disease. Ornamental plants are native to the tropics, work because they withstand rain and absorb water from the leaves, but are not recommended for use as vegetables. Watering the leaves can cause leaf burn, especially during the daytime in the summer when the sun is strong.
Watering time is how much?
Basically water should be watered in the morning. If you water it in the evening or at night, it will turn into a long vegetable like a sprouts. In addition, the soil freezes in winter. Conversely, if you water it during the hot day of summer, it evaporates quickly, so water it in the morning as much as possible.
How much and how often do you water?
Everyone knows that plants will die without watering, but be aware that watering too often can cause them to die. In fact, if the soil is still moist, the air will disappear and the roots will not be able to breathe. In addition, fungi such as mold have the potential to increase also causing the vegetable to die or rot.
The exact watering frequency varies widely depending on the season, the type of vegetables, the weather, … so it cannot be said unconditionally, but the easiest and most reliable thing is to look at the color of the soil. When the soil dries up, it will turn opaque white, so when that happens, water a lot to let the water overflow from the bottom of the pot. The goal is to make the soil water content sharp.
Be careful about the above and enjoy the vegetable garden!
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