Question by  Kevin (21)

What do I need to begin growing vegetables myself?


Answer by  Manda (1103)

First off, you'll need space. Do you have enough space to grow vegetables? Like a yard or garden? Also, you'll need to know what can grow in the climate that you are in, as certain vegetables can only grow in certain temperatures.


Answer by  Chrissie (266)

Sunlight, dirt, water, vegetable seeds. If you haven't got ground space, there are lots of vegetables you can grow in containers. Cherry tomatoes, lettuce, and radishes grow well in pots. The back of the seed packet should say how much water they need and how long they take.


Answer by  becki (229)

If you want to put a little bit of money into your garden, it would be best to buy a grow light and a heat mat for your seeds. Start the seeds indoors in plastic pots under the grow light and on the heat mat 6-8 weeks before the average last frost. You can find you frost zone online.


Answer by  Spazman667 (259)

The simplest thing would be seeds, dirt, water, and sunshine. Those are the key ingredients to grow any type of garden vegetable.


Answer by  pradhaprajgmailcom (1518)

You need a good soil around the house.Plan what type of vegetables are needed.Get good seeds from agriculture store.Prepare the ground adding natural manures.Water facility is a must.Get instuments for preparing the soil.Hose pipe,shovel,picas,sprinkler, plastic basin for carrying materials are needed.


Answer by  Roland27 (16334)

All you need is someone to plow a garden plot for you. Once you do that just get a small shovel and seeds. Plant away. Fertilize if you want.


Answer by  catman529 (809)

Most important are fertile soil and 6+ hours of direct sunlight per day. After that, you'll need some basic knowledge on each crop that you'll be growing so you know when to plant, how to care for it, and when to harvest. Google searches help a LOT.

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