Now that full moon is gone, it's time to plant your root crops.
It is best recommended that on October 17th you should transplant your root crops such as beetroots, carrots, radish and other tuber crops. This is because the moon is now descending which means the moon is not affecting the underground part of plants, even the normal root system of not tuber plants.
It is also recommended that you prune plants to discourage growth or to slow down growth from October 17th to 28th.
From October 18th and 19th are poor planting days. The seeds sown on these days might not germinate.
October 20th and 21st, you can transplant root crops once again.
However, October 22nd to 26th are not good planting days, for the most they are barren days, so chance are if you plant on these days your plants would not be fruitful. As a result, it is best recommended that you use these days to kill weed and other gardening work which do not involve planting.
Finally, on October 27th and 28th are good days again to plant root crops.
How To Transplant Beetroots.
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