Growing Cover Crops in Winter Vegetable Garden
I strongly recommend of growing cover crops in your fall vegetable garden. Cover crops are my most favorite for the vegetable garden. In winter vegetable garden, I recommend cultivating the Buckwheat. It makes the soil healthy with nutrients perfect for your vegetable gardening and grows beautiful flowers. By the end of fall and start of spring, Buckwheat bears flowers that attract the honey bees.
For fall vegetable garden farming, it is important to mention that Buckwheat is a good source of food for bees during early spring. Your uncultivated section of vegetable garden can be planted with buckwheat.
Another advantage of growing Buckwheat in winter vegetable garden is that it is has good property of removing the weeds and grass, thus enriching the soil. Cover crops are best source of protection against erosion and boosters of organic matter in the soil.
Prepare your Own Garden Journal Today
For vegetable and urban gardening, I have a small secret. I keep a garden journal which is a perfect guide for establishing fall vegetable garden with all the tips and tricks in it. It keeps an accurate record of my winter vegetable garden. So I suggest my readers to make some effort and prepare their own garden journal. It will surely be a great gardening wealth for you.
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