http://planforabundance.com/ – Use code YOUTUBE20 to get 20% off the Productive Planting Plan Online Course. Get your notepads out because in this video I will show you how to create a vegetable garden planting plan to ensure food abundance throughout the year. Very often gardeners create a yearly plan but this makes it very hard to capture change through the months and plan for succession sowing. Here is the contents list I mentioned so you can re-navigate the video easily after watching:
-Benefits and context of a monthly plan 0:33
-What about crop rotation? 4:52
-Creating the outline 5:45
-Adding helpful keys 6:46
-List your staple crops 7:59
-Optional research 9:21
-Starting with the first month 10:12
-Continuing with the months 12:45
-When it’s time for succession planting 15:06
-Knowing where to stop and tips 18:15
-Using a calendar 19:10
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I am so excited to share this video with you because it is something that I know will help so many of you unlock the ability to almost instantly improve your succession planting and food abundance from your garden. And I am going to start it off by giving you the golden bit of information which is this:
Don’t create an annual planting plan. Instead, create a simplified month-to-month plan and there are so many benefits to this and I have been using this method for a couple of years now and I tell you, the thought of moving back to an annual plan after seeing how amazing this type of plan is, fills me with horror.
I know monthly may sound like a lot of work but trust me when I say it is so much easier than you think. In this video you will also learn how to transfer the tasks and steps in your planting plan onto a calendar, so you have the most efficient, and perhaps the easiest way of staying organised and in control this year.
The issue with an annual plan is that is it very hard to see the change of the garden throughout the year, and as a result it makes it very difficult to plan succession growing which is planting one crop as soon as another crop is harvested so you get two different crops from the same area, in the same year, thus maximising the food potential from a set space.
A monthly plan allows you to foresee future changes in your garden, such as when space becomes available. By being able to plan in a way that captures the change so easily, means that the potential from your garden increases right away, and at the end of the day, it makes life so much easier for you because all you need are quick glances to see what’s happening and to make sure you are on track.
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