Our vegetable patch It must be worked month by month in order to have the best organic products. That is why in March we must pay special attention to planting calendarsince both in the northern hemisphere and in the southern hemisphere there are great changes in terms of the temperature of the place: in the north we leave winter to enter spring and in the south we leave summer to welcome autumn .
March Planting Calendar in the Northern Hemisphere
In the month of March we will feel the last frosts and the approach of the characteristic flowering that spring brings. These weeks are perfect for applying compost to crops for transplanting; place a mulch on the ground to maintain the humidity and temperature of the substrate; apply insecticides to prevent pests and also increase the frequency of irrigation depending. Although, it is necessary to clarify that there are still late frosts, so seedlings and seedlings must be sheltered at night and in the sun during the day.
Regarding the cultivation in the vegetable patchThose who live in the northern hemisphere will be able to sow and grow foods such as: radishes, arugula, carrots, beets, parsley, peppers, basil, tomato, lettuce, leeks and eggplant.
March planting calendar in the southern hemisphere
In the southern hemisphere, autumn is gradually being felt, although many summer crops can continue to bear fruit. Regarding the tasks of vegetable patch, it will be necessary to prune plants so that they reach the winter healthier. Fertilizers or manures should also be applied. It is necessary to reduce the frequency of watering and start watering once a week or every time the substrate is dry. This is essential to prevent the plants from freezing or drowning.
He planting calendar of the month of March for this hemisphere tells us that we will be able to cultivate in our vegetable patch the following foods: garlic, spinach, Brussels sprouts, onion, cabbage, cauliflower, chives, and Swiss chard.