Having your own vegetable garden is the desire of every person who wants to invest in the long term on organic products, whose quality is certified, and which it is possible to manage according to the seasons. Getting into gardening does not require a lot of study, but simple notions and tricks to know can help you develop your own vegetable garden, without having to ask for outside help. For this reason, it is important to know how much land you want to invest, and what it requires in terms of maintenance and budget.
How to choose the soil for a vegetable garden?
Before starting your vegetable garden, it would be wise to start by reserving an area specially dedicated to this activity.
Then you can start your little project, taking into account whether you want your square to be included in the soil, or at a specific height, because if you do not have much experience, it would be better to plan everything, in order to carry out this little workshop.
Because if you want to include the vegetable garden square in the ground, you must know that you will have to think about a fertile soil, so that your plants can grow, but if you choose a closed vegetable garden at a specific height, the choice of the soil is up to you with the help of a gardener who would be even better not to waste your time in the void. So if you invest in a plot that will be in contact with your soil, you will need to:
- Determine the nature of your soil
- Find out how rich your soil is in nutrients
- Use soil that is adapted to your soil for plant growth
- Remember to take fertilizers and other essentials
- Adapt the chosen soil with the plantations.
The quantity of soil needed for a vegetable garden
The amount of soil you need for a vegetable garden depends first of all on the measurements and the different dimensions of the vegetable garden in question, you can build it yourself if you know how to do it, as it is possible to order it by taking your measurements from a carpenter for a cleaner and safer work.
Then according to the dimensions of the square, make your calculations to know approximately how much soil to order.
You can then ask the person who made the square how much soil it could hold, or if you are experienced in the field, it would be easier to determine the amount of soil you need. Before taking any soil, determine what type of garden you want to do, if it is vegetables or fruits to plant, because each type of plant has its own soil that will promote good growth of plantations.
What is the budget for the soil of a vegetable garden?
Prices differ depending on the size of the plot and the amount of soil you take, which is quite logical. Generally, for a vegetable garden, count from 100$ for a small space. As for the soil, prices vary according to quality, generally, for 2,20 livres of soil, count from 5$, or even more, taking into consideration the nature of it.