Março marca o verdadeiro começo do ano para a vegetação, com o inicio da Primavera a 21 de Março, no entanto é ainda preciso algum cuidado nos locais onde caia geada.

Semeia-se em estufim as mesmas espécies que em Janeiro e Fevereiro, mas nas variedades preparadas para o Verão – couves de Verão ou de Outono e abóbora normal e abóbora-menina.

Podem utilizar-se ainda estufins frios e túneis de plástico para semear cenoura, nabo, alfaces, rabanetes.

Ao ar livre podem semear-se ervilhas anãs precoces, cebola de cor, nabo redondo, espinare de Verão, cenoura temporã, fava, alface,  salsa, rabanete.

É altura para plantar ao ar livre alho, alcachofra, tomilho, cebola, batata temporã.

Os terrenos destinados a sementeiras e transplantações deve ser preparado com antecedência, preferencialmente 7 a 10 dias antes, de modo a dar tempo ás ervas daninhas de germinarem, para que possam ser eliminadas na altura da sementeira.

É ainda altura para concluir a plantação de árvores e as podas. No fim do mês inicia-se a poda das vinhas e dos pessegueiros.

Plantas preparadas para plantação ao ar livre

Plantas preparadas para plantação ao ar livre

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