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Do-it-yourself vegetables: Reasons to plant do-it-yourself vegetables

Plants bloom in order to reproduce. Vegetables are not
exception. If you have a garden, then you know what I’m talking about. Every
year, you will find evidence of self-seeding of vegetables. Essentially, it is
That’s good because there’s no need to replant, but other times, it’s more like
an interesting scientific experiment, such as when two pumpkins are cross-pollinated…
and the resulting fruit is a mutant. Like most self-seeding.
Vegetables are a blessing. Here is a list of vegetables that you do not need to eat

About self-seeding vegetables

Those who grow their own lettuce know about do-it-yourself vegetables
first-hand Invariably, lettuce
…he’ll escape, which simply means he’s going to seed. You can literally have
looked at the lettuce one day and the next day it’s got flowers a mile high and it’s
that’s going to be lost. The result, when the weather cools down, can be a little
the lettuce is starting.

Annual vegetables are not the only ones that are self-sown.
Biennials such as onions lend themselves easily to self-sowing. Wandering tomatoes
and the pumpkins that were randomly dumped in the compost heap as well.
…is often sown.

Vegetables you don’t have to replant

As mentioned, alliums such as onions, leeks and spring onions are examples of self-seeding.
the vegetables. These winter and spring biennials bloom and produce
the seeds. You can either collect them, or let the plants reseed where you want them.

Carrots and beets are other biennials that you sow yourself. Both
will self-seed if the root survives the winter.

Most of your vegetables, such as lettuce, kale and mustard, will eventually go wild at some point. You can speed up
the things to not harvest the leaves. This will tell the mill
seeds as soon as possible.

Radishes are also self-sufficient vegetables. Authorize
the radish to go to seed. There will be several pods, each with seeds,
which are also really edible.

In warmer regions with two growing seasons, volunteers can surprise you with pumpkins, tomatoes, and even beans and potatoes. Cucumbers that are allowed to ripen from green to yellow
sometimes even orange, will eventually explode and become self-seeding.

Growing direct seeded vegetables

Vegetables grown alone are an economical way to
to maximize our crops. There are just a few things to consider. Some seeds (hybrids)
will not be faithful to the mother plant. This means that the pumpkin or the hybrid tomato
The seedlings will probably not taste the fruit of the original plant.
In addition, they may be subject to cross-pollination, which could leave you with a very good
that looks like a combination of a winter squash and

In addition, obtaining volunteers from harvest leftovers is not exactly
desirable; leaving debris in the garden for the winter increases the chances of
that diseases or parasites also overwinter. It is best to save seed and
and plant them again every year.

You don’t have to wait for mom.
Nature to sow the seeds. If you prefer not to have any other crop in the same
in the area, keep an eye on the seed head. Just before it is too dry, cut it off from the
mother plant and shake the seeds on the area where you want the crop to grow.

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