Proper soil preparation when growing vegetables is the key to successful and bountiful harvest but if you neglect to do this, it can greatly hinder the cultivation of demanding plants. The ideal soil for growing vegetables should be neither too light nor too compacted, it should be crumbly and have a balanced texture. Airy and permeable, but at the same time, it has the capacity to retain the water. Soil must be fertile and rich in organic matter. It must not be too light, sandy or heavy clay. If you have similar soil structure – you’re lucky, otherwise, you have to work on it. Wanna know how to do that? Head over here.