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The Five Stages in Gardening

The Five Stages in Gardening

Gardening requires more than just planting seeds. It involves a lot of preparation and observation. In addition to the obvious things like watering, you can take special precautions to protect your plants from pests and diseases.

To begin, you should pick a site that will provide ample sunlight. Plants require sunlight for the entire growth cycle.

Depending on the type of plant, you may need to wait months for it to reach maturity. This is the stage where plants produce leaves and buds. Some plants develop buds in as little as a day while others can take weeks.

A good rule of thumb is to plant your vegetables at least two inches away from each other. If you plant them too close together, they will not grow.

During this stage, you should also fertilize your plants. You can buy a commercially prepared fertilizer or make your own.

As the roots mature, you can start to harvest. Watering is particularly important for young plants that have shallow roots. Most veggies need about an inch of water a week.

The first true leaves are produced during the seedling phase. After this, the plant will be ready to bear fruits or flowers.

The photosynthesis stage involves the production of oxygen, carbon dioxide, and sugar. The resulting resources help the plant to grow and reproduce.

You should also keep an eye on your soil. When it becomes dry or powdery, you will need to add water.

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