Planning a vegetable garden every year is a very important plan of sowing and planting. This requires a list of all the cultures that will be grown, and that the amount is needed during the year. On that basis, the estimated size of the surface necessary for each selected culture. List of vegetables divided into three groups according to how much nutrients need for growth and fruiting.
Divide the garden into 4 parts.
In 1st part, which will be abundantly fertilized with compost or with manure to sow tomatoes, peppers, cabbage, zucchini, leeks …
In the 2nd part, which adds less compost, sow green, radishes, spinach, and the third, in that we do not add fertilizer to sow beans, peas, spices …
The 4th continent is reserved for perennial plants.
Next year you must rotate the crops and the part that was abundantly fertilized you can sow or plant vegetables which need less nutrients. The rotation is called crop rotation and cropping is an important measure that helps achieve high quality and healthy fruit. Next method, but no less important is the use of mixed sowing and planting. Long ago it was observed that a single vegetable grows better when he finds himself next to each other, while some plants simply do not like. Besides the positive impact on increasing yields, mixed planting allows also mutual protection of plants from various pests.
There are many good combinations, but to start you can sow peas alongside lettuce, carrots, fennel, cabbage, radish, and avoid onions and garlic. Lettuce likes to grow alongside peas, strawberries, cucumbers, cabbage, leeks, onions, only not like alongside parsley. Onion loves carrots, tomatoes and cucumbers, and not before it to grow alongside beans, cabbage, peas and leeks.