Growing Plant in Narrow Land

When you see all of your plants grow fruitful surely it can be one of the satisfying things. Another benefit is the availability of fresh vegetable for every single day moreover it may be fresher than another vegetable which is sold in the market.

Currently, people in the big city with a narrow land condition can garden in modern technique. A narrow land condition is certainly not an obstacle to the hobby of gardening, Now, there are many ways can be applied to gardening at home with a limited land area.

Plants in the garden on a narrow course are different from plants on wider farmland. There are not all types of plants on large land can be planted in the garden with a narrow land, Usually, a good plant grew on a narrow land is a type of plant that can be consumed immediately after harvesting.

Things you need to know before making planting media in a narrow land or yard is you have to prepare some equipment and materials that support your success on gardening.

Of course, the narrow land needs the best-utilized land. You can use terraced fields like hydroponics planted on the second floor. Vertical or horizontal cultivation which is neatly lined up can support the plant to grow optimally Usually vegetable crop can grow optimally in the narrow land it is certainly very suitable because vegetable crops can be harvested in a short period and we do not need much cost to do so.

There are several types of planting in the narrow land and surely, you can get huge benefits by utilizing small land at your home. Usually, cultivation of small-scale plants become more efficient and it is very easy to treat the plants here are some gardening method that we can apply for a narrow land:

1. Hydroponics (hydroponics ab mix) Hydroponics is another alternative way of
gardening on a narrow land.

This hydroponics has some technical variable You can use drip, aquaponic, aeroponic, fertigation, and so on. Basically, the hydroponics method uses water as a planting medium In hydroponic methods, the availability of nutrients becomes the most fundamental thing Generally, hydroponic practitioners use AB mixed fertilizer as a nutrient solution that's mixed in water medium AB mix fertilizer can be replaced with organic the fertilizer you can make your own Hydroponic plants are generally grown in large the number and having the better quality we can harvest Hydroponic plants several times. There are a lot of benefits you can get with this cultivation system

Harvested vegetables most likely to be organic and fresher

Hydroponics system usually needs 1-2 square meters spot and it can hold 20 to 25 plants
per planting hole 2. Gardening in Pots or Containers If you do not have enough land to grow fruit,
vegetables or ornamental plants that you like, you can try this way

Gardening in pots can help you to grow some plants such as tomatoes, chili peppers, carrots, eggplants, roses, sunflowers or other plants You can place them in the front yard or back of your home Pots, you can replace with other types of containers such as unused biscuit tins, former plastic buckets, and others
Do not forget to give a hole in the bottom of the container as the water flow circulation. Things to consider when planting in pots and containers are:

a. Prepare the size of the pot or container that suits your plant type If you want to grow carrots, keep in mind the characteristics of carrot plants since carrots are harvested by root tubes, then use pots that have a depth of 30-40 cm to get a standard carrot size (15-20 cm) Moreover, ensure the pot or container is clean.

b.Prepare the media to plant Selection of planting media is also tailored to the type of crop, you will plant If you want to grow chili in pots, mix topsoil medium (fertilized soil), compost, and charcoal husk with a ratio of 1: 1: 1/2 is the appropriate media If you want to grow carrots, you can mix red soil, compost, and fine sand with a ratio of 1: 1: 1/2 is a suitable medium.

c.Plant treatment includes regular watering, sun exposure, and fertilization. Each type of plant has different characteristics Make sure you search for information in advance about the crop you are about to plant As fertilization, give nitrogen-rich fertilizer for perennials, and fertilizer rich in phosphorus and potassium for flowering and fruit formation.

3. Hanging Gardening, The principle of gardening by hanging is similar to gardening in pots/containers, it's just hanging the pot/container on the ceiling of the front porch or the back of the house or hangs it on the pillars that you purposely prepare. In addition to a selection of containers, planting media, and the treatment of the plants, some other things you need to consider when hanging plants are the strength of plant props, and the position of plants against sunlight Plant props must be sturdy enough, You can make high-sized support poles from 1.5 to 2 meters. Make sure when you watering the plant, wastewater does not create an interfere puddle. Another method you can apply is you can hang plants upside down or it's known as an up-side-down gardening method, One benefit of this, Up-side down method is the opportunity for the crop to damp more often and longer because water will be splashed to reach the leaf area faster,
This method can use a bottle of plastic used as a pot.

4. Verticulture Gardening
Gardening with a Verticulture method or vertical a method is another alternative method of gardening in a narrow field, Basically, this method applied by making special shelves or special towers that allow for vertical gardening You only need an area of at least 1 meter square for gardening vertically Things that need to be prepared for vertical gardenings are shelves or containers which are arranged upwards in the desired number of rows Generally, these shelves arranged to resemble a ladder and it can be the single or double ladder. You can arrange your plant pots on the row of stairs. There is also a Verticulture technique which is applied by attaching the media on the wall and some are making tower tube Generally, plants such as strawberries, tomatoes, chili, mustard greens, celery, or rosemary are grown in this way. Ornamental plants such as daisies, roses, or jasmine can also be planted vertically.

5. Top Roof Gardening, This method is special for you who do not have landed at all, Or you did not allow gardening on the ground or in-the-house yard and the narrow land you can plant and grow some crops by utilizing the second floor of your house, The trick is very easy, just like cultivating in the yard of the house, as usual, you can check other videos in our channel about how to utilize 2nd and 3rd-floor terrace for a vegetable bed. Those are some alternative method of gardening on the narrow land. Before you start planting with your preferred method, make sure you have good plant seeds Identify specifically crops you will plant and grow, especially the preferred temperature of the plant, the pH of planting medium, the intensity of sunlight and the moisture Ensure environmental conditions support for plant growth.

Happy Gardening!

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