The When to Plant app is available now for $1.99!
Knowing a best times to start seeds, approach boar and transplant garden crops is pivotal to flourishing a successful garden. Our When to Plant app gives we a best planting times for vegetables, herbs, fruit, cover crops and common messenger planting flowers.
By using your ZIP formula and a database of roughly 5,000 continue stations opposite North America, a When to Plant app locates normal ice dates for your garden from a nearest station, and calculates a best operation of planting dates for any crop.
This app is a useful apparatus for spring, summer and tumble planting. You can mention that a app suggest apart open and tumble planting times for cool-season crops in areas with prohibited summers or prolonged flourishing seasons. The app includes planting times and growing information on some-more than 120 crops and plants.
The When to Plant app is accessible in a Apple App Store for $1.99 and is concordant with iPhone, iPod hold and iPad. For information about other apps by MOTHER EARTH NEWS, see a Wiser Living Apps info page.
Here is a glance of a When to Plant app, and some-more about what it can do:
From the app’s home page, you can select to perspective plants alphabetically (by clicking “All Plants”), by sowing month or by crops that can be planted immediately in your area. You can also symbol crops as your favorites, and easily view just your favorites list.
Click on any stand or plant in a When to Plant app, and we can see a “window” of time in that we can approach sow, start seeds indoors, plant out, and collect that stand formed on a ice dates in your ZIP code.
The opposite colored lines uncover opposite planting info: The blue line shows when we can start seeds indoors, a immature line shows when we can approach sow seeds or plant out transplants, and a orange line shows a operation of probable harvest dates for a crop.
The When to Plant app also includes growing information on any of a dozens of crops and plants included. Click on a stand to learn the stand family, preferred soil type, object requirements, sowing instructions, troubleshooting tips, recommended spacing, how to harvest, and more.
The app provides easy entrance to National Weather Service long-range foresee maps (U.S. only). You can see maps raised temperature, precipitation, continue hazards and drought.
Try the When to Plant app now. This easy-to-use app will save we time and assistance we grow a successful, copious garden!