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Autumn sowing ….

Autumn sowing and planting vegetables. Although autumn has come, the gardens should not be empty because some plants can withstand cold weather conditions!By the fall of autumn, many vegetable plant species end their vegetation. Some of them will not bother autumn and winter cold, and they will, though slowly, continue their growth. In the early autumn the land is still warm for quick germination, and areas with warmer climates can extend the production season for another couple of weeks.The advantage of sowing and planting is the exploitation of the production area and the supply of vegetables early in the spring. Plants require nutrients and a certain amount of humidity for their growth, which does not have to depend directly on the vegetable. The sun will be lower on the horizon in autumn and winter, so the moisture from the soil will evaporate with lower intensity so that the plant is enough to water only after sowing or planting.

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  1. There is something wonderful about growing your own vegetables. In NZ we can grow some plants all year round. Not so much in the south Island but in Auckland, I grow silverbeet and spinach all year round and that is also a good time to have broccoli, cabbage and cauliflower. To grow potatoes and carrots it can take a little more effort. You have to kill any bugs in the soil before you sow carrots.
    Great post.

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