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The ideal time to water the plants is in the early morning, when the sun is still cold, or in the late afternoon, when the sun has cooled. Avoid watering the plants in the very hot sun, as the thermal shock of the scorching sun with cold water can cause some damage and even the death of the plant.
The ideal fertilizer compounds must have the following nutrients: Nitrogen, Phosphorus, Potassium, Calcium, Magnesium, Sulfur, Boron, Zinc and Copper. The amount of each nutrient will vary from plant to plant in concomitance with the type of soil, the amount of light, the amount of rain and the incidence of soil drainage. In general, the three most important nutrients they must contain in fertilization are potassium, nitrogen and potassium. The others are important, but they are not essential.
When making the garden, it is of utmost importance to analyze the soil of the place, as this will totally interfere with the result. If the soil is sandy, it will have a high loss of nutrients, because the sandy soil is easy to drain and does not hold water and nutrients. To improve the sandy soil, you should mix an organic compost or fertilizer to improve the soil and also add an amount of clay, so that you can hold more water and nutrients.
The sandy soil, on the other hand, is much more fertile and conducive to gardening, because besides being more susceptible to erosion, it takes care of insuring nutrients and water. As it is a heavier soil, it may be that excess moisture is not very interesting for some types of plants and you can break this feat by mixing sand at the time of cultivation.