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Plant vegetables in the greenhouse - crop rotation is important

Plant vegetables in the greenhouse - crop rotation is important



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You can plant young plants in February

In order to optimally plant vegetables in the greenhouse, you should pay attention to the correct crop rotation. This is how you get the most out of your harvest.

Plant young plants in February
Now you just have to decide for yourself which vegetables you like and then plant them accordingly. So you always have fresh, self-harvested vegetables in stock before the start of the gardening season. Planting begins with early seedlings in February. Radishes, radishes, spinach, lamb's lettuce, lettuce, pickled lettuce, kohlrabi and spring onions come into the beds. If you use young plants, the vegetables are ready for harvest from early to mid-March. If you work with semen, it will take a week or two longer.

Accelerate sowing
Since most vegetables are harvested from mid-March, you can start sowing or transplanting them again. If you want to speed up sowing, then you should prefer the plants. Then all you have to do is use it.

Plant spinach and kohlrabi outside
The vegetables mentioned can be harvested until the end of April, then the space in the greenhouse will be cleared for the next varieties: cucumbers, eggplants and tomatoes are happy about the warm temperatures and should not yet be outside. Different types of lettuce, such as spinach and kohlrabi.