vegetable garden

Planning for less wastage and optimising harvest

As we find ourselves in another national lockdown in the UK, many of us will once again pay special attention to our gardens, partly as a source of comfort, and partly as a way to pass the time until we can socialise and travel as usual again. 

If you’re fairly new to gardening and vegetable growing, you may find that you’re not producing the amount you initially wanted or expected. Whether that be too much or too little, you may be in need of little help along the way. 

Don’t worry, you are not alone. Rhino Greenhouses Direct recently conducted a survey with their audience and found that 80% of people polled would like to reduce the amount of garden wastage they produce and be able to optimise their harvest in some way. 

As a result of these findings, Rhino Greenhouses Direct has compiled a comprehensive guide to help tackle this problem. The guide lists all the information and tips you need to maximise the crops from your vegetable patch and only grow what you actually need and want.  

Some of the areas covered in this guide are as follows:

  • The power of companion planting: Guidance on which particular vegetable groups do well when they’re grown in close proximity to each other.
  • How to practice successional planting and the benefits of doing so
  • The benefits of using micro-climates and greenhouses in your growing efforts
  • The advantages of growing your vegetables with your flowers
  • Tips for preserving your extra fruit and vegetables

To learn more, and discover how you can avoid waste and maximise on your growing efforts, take a look at the full guide here

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