What To Plant

In August?

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You can start sowing seeds in well drained, sandy loam soil in August and within 3 to 4 months you can harvest them.


Use 50% normal garden soil + 20% cocopeat + 30% any bulky organic manure for transplanting cabbage seedlings in August.


Select sunny spot to grow this yummy & healthy vegetable plant. Sow seeds 1/2 inch deep & 12 inches apart from each other.


August is the best time to start sowing seeds of beetroot by using 30% soil + 30% sand + 40% bulky organic manure.


Use 50% normal garden soil + 50% organic manure and sow seeds at 1.5 centimetres depth in August.


In sandy to heavy clay soil of pH around 6, sow seeds 1 inches deep and 2 inches apart.


If you love growing herbs, then basil can be one of the best option that you can plant in your garden in August.


Both leaves and seeds of cilantro can be used and they are known for their unique flavour.  In August you can start sowing cilantro seeds.


Not only they look beautiful but they also protect other plants from nematodes. You can start sowing marigold seeds in August.

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