RE: Hive Garden Comment Challenge: Our Gardens in Extreme Weather
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Good day everyone! It's nice to hear about a topic like this. So I will try to take the time to read these.
Weather condition is one factor that might affect the growth of crops or vegetables. Even if some crops or vegetables can survive when there is strong rain and typhoon. But this variety is only a few.b This is truly a challenge to all of us plant growers. As farmers or plant growers let us be ready when we experienced this condition. Let us know the planting season of our crops, the soil condition, and the topography of the land that these crops or vegetables will grow. This is done to prevent severe damage to our planted crops or veggies. Aside from that, there are many ways to be done to prevent your crops from severe damage when strong rain or typhoon just as building bricks and applying mulch or mulching. However, when weather condition damage the crops planted, I will classify the damaged ones from the undamaged ones and replant them with new ones. Or I will take care of it by providing proper nourishment to regrow this crop healthy and vigorously. So it's a lesson for me that during the planting season, site and plant variety must be considered. So I should be mindful if there were conditions that these crops or plants need to be secured.
That would be all and I would like to challenge @ciadanmea to do the same
Yes, I agree, paying careful attention and creating microclimates is one thing we can do to help protect and nurture our garden along.
Thank you @riverflows for acknowledging my idea.
Timing is, indeed, all important.