Growing Lettuce, From Seed to Harvest 🌱

Growing Lettuce, From Seed to Harvest 🌱

Lettuce is THE easiest green to grow, there are seemingly infinite varieties, and it’s also one of the priciest to buy fresh at a market, making it the perfect starter crop to grow at home. Join us in this full seed to harvest grow guide.

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β†’ Wilcox 14″ Trowel:
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Seeds:
β†’ Black Seeded Simpson Leaf Lettuce:
β†’ Paris Island Cos Romain Lettuce:
β†’ Ice Queen Crisphead Lettuce:
β†’ Little Gem Romaine Lettuce:
β†’ Market Blend Mesclun Lettuce:

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TIMESTAMP
00:00 – Intro
00:09 – Lettuce History
01:08 – Lettuce Varieties
03:07 – Sowing Lettuce Seeds
04:23 – 10 Days Update
05:27 – 1 Month Update
06:13 – Transplanting Lettuce
10:39 – 2 Week Post-Transplant Update
11:38 – After A Few Weeks
12:12 – Harvesting Methods
15:22 – Lettuce Prep

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Grow The Healthy Way: Organic Gardening Techniques

Organic gardening is often very, very difficult to accomplish, however, with the right knowledge and skills anything is possible. With the accomplishment of growing an organic garden, the reward is well worth the time learning how. This article will provide you with the information you need to know about organic gardening.

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After planting your garden, maintaining it is still a work in progress. Throughout the summer season, it is a must for a gardener to continue to prune, pick or deadhead blooms. Gardening can be physically exhausting with hauling dirt and digging holes, but at the end of the day, your hard work is paid off by seeing the beauty that you have created.

Divide up your perennials while they still look healthy. It’s best to divide a perennial at the end of the growing season during which it hits its peak. As the plant starts to overgrow, the center of the plant will start to have dying stalks and weaker flowers. Allowing perennials to grow too long may also lead to them overtaking neighboring plants.

Before actually putting plants into your garden, check the type and compostion of your soil. Consider getting a soil analysis and working on enrichment techniques for giving your garden a vibrant and healthy environment. Many Cooperative Extension offices will provide this service, and it is well worth knowing exactly what the soil needs to avoid ruining a crop or two.

Look at your planting area before you purchase any rose bushes. Some varieties of roses can be finicky in the type of soil or planting environment that they need. On the other hand, there are other varieties that are hearty enough to tolerate a variety of conditions. So, when you know what type of growing environment your roses will live in, you can choose the most suitable variety.

Use compost that is homemade and free. Making a habit of using leaves, pulled plants and other organic bits, will create a rich and nutritious compost for the garden that is free and organic. Additionally, if an enclosed composter is utilized, kitchen scraps and garbage can be thrown in a mix for an excellent compost that is free also.

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If your favorite flower pot or garden container has a hole or crack where dirt is leaking through, try lining that area inside the pot with a coffee filter. It works great to hold dirt in and keep your walkways and container gardens neat and clean. Try them out on hanging baskets as well!

An old wagon can help save time as well as your back. Instead of constantly having to retrieve your gardening tools as you work your way around your garden, commandeer an old child’s wagon. An old wagon works as well as a garden cart, and can often be obtained free or very cheaply if you get it used.

Get a wheelbarrow, and a stool so that you can kneel down while gardening. Using a large portion of your time near or on the ground working on your garden puts a huge strain on your knees; therefore, having a portable, lightweight garden stool will greatly assist you in making gardening easier on them. Also having a garden usually requires moving heavy dirt and objects, so investing in a wheelbarrow is a very sound investment.

Remember to disinfect your garden tools periodically. This important function should not be overlooked. When you cut away damaged or diseased parts of a plant, there can be residuals of the diseased plant left on your tool. If you do not clean your tool, you can spread the disease to healthy plants.

It is important to wear a mask when gardening, if you are an asthmatic. Breathing can already be difficult for you and the pollen that is in the air could make it worse. Wearing a mask is a great and inexpensive way to lessen your chances of having an asthma attack.

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Stated previously in this article, the results of growing an organic garden are well worth the time spent learning how to properly grow and care for one. Although, without the proper information it is a daunting task. Now that you have read this information you have the right knowledge to begin your organic gardening journey.

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Cammie Simmons

About the Author: Cammie Simmons

Cammie Simmons encourages others to embrace the joys of gardening. She firmly believes that nurturing plants not only enhances the physical environment but also promotes mental and emotional well-being.