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Planting a Garden Essential Standard 7.00- Apply procedures to plant a garden.

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1 Planting a Garden Essential Standard Apply procedures to plant a garden.

2 Objective 7.01 Plan a garden.

3 Research- Location Plan the best location Items to consider Sun Shade Water Air

4 Research- Type Raised beds Flat beds Containers Roof top Vertical gardens

5 Raised beds Typically made of wood at least twelve inches in height Convenient for watering and harvesting The gardener can create a good quality soil mix Allow the gardener to grow more crops in a given area

6 Raised beds Less soil compaction than flatbed plantings Can be set up on any surface such as concrete or porches Can be built to make it accessible to elderly or handicapped individuals

7 Flat Beds Flat bed is the most tradition way to plant vegetables is in rows Usually a two foot gap is left between each row for easy watering and harvesting One disadvantage of flatbed planting is it consumes a lot of space.

8 Container Container gardens are easy to make, manage and add beauty to any area. Examples of containers Whiskey barrels Washtubs Plastic or clay pots Wooden crates Baskets

9 Container Make sure your containers have holes in the bottom for water drainage Container garden takes up a small amount of space.

10 Roof Top Roof top gardens make good use of unused or wasted space They are expensive to establish. Check local ordinances before you begin for rules and regulations.

11 Roof Top Enlist the assistance of an architect or landscape contractor Use as little weight as possible Incorporate windbreaks into the garden design Consider ease of watering and harvesting plants from your roof top garden

12 Roof Top

13 Vertical Gardens Saves valuable garden space Vertical structures have a tendency to cast shadow. Watch the suns movement for several days before planting. Examples of vertical gardening structures: Trellis Arbors String poles Teepees Cages

14 Vertical Gardens


16 Soils Soil needs determined by what plants you select Soil amendments are determined by what plants you select Soil less mixes are determined by what plants you select

17 Plan Season Fall Winter Spring Summer Type of plants Annual Perennial Vegetable Flower

18 Establishment

19 Objective 7.02 Establish a garden

20 Planting Seeds Fall vegetable seeds Lettuce Kale Mustard Broccoli Cabbage Collards Radish Onions Winter vegetable seeds (mid-February through early March) Carrots Onions Peas Potatoes Turnip Lettuce Radish

21 Planting Seeds Spring vegetable seeds Beans Corn Pumpkin (harvest in the fall) Cucumber Summer vegetable seeds Brussel sprouts Okra Beans Cucumbers Kale Radish

22 Transplanting Fall vegetable plants Broccoli Cabbage Lettuce onions (sets) Winter vegetable plants Lettuce Spinach

23 Transplanting Spring vegetable plants Tomatoes Peppers Squash Cucumbers Summer vegetable plants Okra Cauliflower Cucumbers Kale

24 Maintaining a Garden 1. Stake plants as needed 2. Control pest Keep clean Remover debris and dead plants Check pest problems and maintain non chemical methods of control 3. Harvest plants as they mature 4. Do not let plants over ripen pr decal

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