So what are the easiest cash crops to grow? Do you like gardening? Would you like to know what those crops that are really easy to grow are? Or you are just starting it, and now you search some tips what to plant or sow in your garden. Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find lots of interesting facts about his topic.
More and more people want to turn back to the nature, and they begin to farm or control the land, or at least just a small garden. As for me I love gardening, I have lots of vegetables in my garden: cucumber, tomato, paprika, marrow, beans, peas, and so on. Also I have planted some delicious fruit, too such as strawberry and raspberry. It is such a nice feeling to see my plants to grow every day, and wait for eating them for the first time this year!
There are so many different types of crops. If you have a vast amount of land, you can enter into this lucrative business. When choosing your future crops you should take into consideration the climate, because it’s much easier to grow something that likes the weather of the place where you live. In order to get the right answer, Insider Monkey has consulted sites like Answer The Public, Pinterest, and Permies. The crops you can see in their list were ranked by the number of days they need to reach maturity. It’s also important to know what type of soil is natural in your region. Some crops just don’t do well in certain areas. That being said, this list is based on some averages.
We have picked three crops from Insider Monkey’s list now: lavender, cotton and onions. Lavender needs for full maturity 90-120 days. There are many types of this plant, such as French lavender, Spanish lavender English lavender, and there are hybrids as well. Lavender is a source of essential oil that’s best used for relaxation and on the skin. Cotton needs 120-180 days in order to be mature; it should be planted in spring, because it can’t tolerate cold weather circumstances. It is not difficult to care but there are some instructions that you need to read before planting it. Onions are the last for now. I really love onions, and I also have lots of them in my garden. They need 100-175 days to be mature, and it is recommended to plant enough of them, because they can be found in every kitchen.
For any further interesting information, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about the easiest cash crops to grow.