How to Plant Vegetables In Integrated Farming Program
Vegetable is a vital requirement in the Integrated Farm program as a source of daily income and he as a source for household needs. What can be utilized from vegetable plants is to be able to get vitamins, minerals, and also can get maximum health for our human body. How much for us to grow vegetables? Planting the most ideal vegetables is recommended every day 3 square meters, due to adjustment of existing market needs.
Process How to Plant Vegetables
How to grow vegetable plants in the Integrated farm program, as well as planting rice, and other young plants. The steps are as follows:
Prepare the land that has been in the loosening
Provide compost fertilizer (compost that we have created itself as in the post that has been past .. Look at our blog)
Water the soil first before planting seedlings.
How to plant seed seedlings are two:
- Make a line on the ground with a spacing interval of 10 to 15 cm, then we sow the seeds premises flat at a distance that has been specified. Or
- Can by sow seed seeds exist, with a note must be completely evenly.
In planting vegetables is very easy, the most important thing that needs to be taken care of is watering it with water pool every day, The goal can withstand attacks from pests, even if there are insecticides there, because insecticides are not so disturbing for plants.
- Provide self-made organic fertilizer from goat urine and rice wash water (which we have posted how to make it a few days ago) once a week, with a dose of 5% organic fertilizer fluid from every liter of water.
- Weeding every day, so that growth can be optimal. But in habit, when the plants have grown, then weeds rarely to grow.
Vegetable plants are young plants, with a harvest period of 21-30 days. In the Integarted Farm program, we are encouraged to plant vegetables 3 square meters per day. The goal, we must harvest every day with no stop, in order to give us daily income, and make our bodies healthy, away from the disease by persevering in doing so. GOOD LUCK
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