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Vegetable Gardening! What to grow -Choose vegetables that you like to eat. -Choose vegetables that will fit in your garden. For example: In a 2’x2’ garden you could grow *One tomato plant (20-30 tomatoes) *4-6 lettuces *A single vine of a cucumber/zucchini plant

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what to grow
What to grow

-Choose vegetables that you like to eat.

-Choose vegetables that will fit in your garden.

For example: In a 2’x2’ garden you could grow

*One tomato plant (20-30 tomatoes)

*4-6 lettuces

*A single vine of a cucumber/zucchini plant

(5-10 cucumbers or zucchini )

seasons for growing vegetables
Warm Seasons

-Tomatoes

-Eggplant

-Peppers

-Vine crops (Squash)

-Snap beans

-Sweet corn

Cool Seasons

-Peas

-Spinach

-Lettuce

-Cole Crops (Cabbage, broccoli, kale, etc.)

-Root Crops (Potatoes, carrots, beets, onion, radish)

Seasons for growing Vegetables
transplanting vegetables
Transplanting Vegetables

Seeded

-Spinach

-Root crops

-Peas

-Beans

-Corn

-Cole crops

Either

-Lettuce

-Vine crops

Transplanted

-Pepper

-Onion

-Tomato

-Eggplant

guidelines on watering a garden
Guidelines on Watering a Garden
  • 1”-1.5” of water per week (water plants generously)
  • Water the roots, not the leaves

*65 gallons of water is equivalent to 1” of water on a 100’x100’ garden.

for additional info
For Additional Info….

Click “Home and Garden” on our homepage and view the “fact sheets”

http://counties.cce.cornell.edu/oneida/home%20garden/factsheets.htm