The fall season is a climate where the weather becomes cooler and this is a season between summer and winter of the year. During this climate many plants will become dormant, the leaves of the tree will change colour and plants stop making food. Fall is a word that means “the fall of leaves” and this climate is also known as Autumn. Different plants have different adaptation behaviour and needs.
The mustard greens in your garden
Your garden will be home to different kinds of plants and trees which will include mustard green’s family. Brassica juncea is the botanical name of these mustard greens and the species that are belonged to the mustard greens are rapeseed, collards, kale, turnip, radish, Brussel sprouts, cauliflower, broccoli and cabbage.
The mustard greens grow well in cool weather where it will germinate at the temperature in the range from 45 degrees Fahrenheit to 85 degrees Fahrenheit and grown well at fall climate at the temperature in the range from 26.7 degrees Fahrenheit to 27.7 degrees Fahrenheit.
Proper care and maintenance of the mustard greens
You can plant the mustard greens either in containers or gardens with good spacing under the partial shades or plenty of sun. The soils should be very fertile so that it will provide enough nutrients for the plant and the mustard greens are prone to pests and insects such as Aphids, Whiteflies and Flea beetles so you have to go for the pest control process.