How to Maintain Metal Raised Garden Beds
How to extend the life of metal raised garden beds? Here are some tips to help you take better care of your metal raised garden beds to prolong their product life.

1. Avoid acidic soil

To further prevent small amounts of zinc from leaching into the soil, do not use highly acidic soil or amendments on garden beds, as the acid can cause galvanized steel to break down over time.

2. Use padding

If you plan to grow plants that require acidic soil, use plastic liners on the sides of the garden bed to keep the soil from directly touching the sides of the pot.

3. Add coverage

Adding mulch to your garden beds will help prevent evaporation, so your garden beds retain moisture for longer.

4. Early watering

Another tip for properly watering garden beds is to water before sunrise. This helps ensure your plants get the moisture they need before evaporation occurs. Avoid loose, sandy soils, as the water will flow too quickly and you will need to water again. When watering the plant, work the water deeply into the soil around the base of the plant.

5. Choose the right location

When setting up garden beds, keep them out of the sun all day to prevent them from drying out in the heat.

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