How many fruits and vegetables grow wild

Heat requirement of vegetables during cultivation

The heat requirement of vegetables during cultivation varies. These overviews show which vegetables grow best at which temperatures.

  • Most vegetables prefer warm, not too hot days and cool nights.
  • If the nights are very warm, the plants breathe a large part of the energy they gain from sunlight during the day.
  • Most of the vegetables grown in our latitudes already grow at temperatures of around 5 ° C, but in slow motion.
  • The warmer it is, the faster they take off.

Heat demand of vegetables

Love a lot of warmth:

  • aubergine
  • cucumber
  • Broad bean
  • melon
  • Runner bean
  • tomato
  • pumpkin
  • paprika
  • Sweet corn

While melons prefer to sunbathe at 20 to –30 ° C, the other southerners prefer cooler temperatures of 20 to –25 ° C. Growth takes place in the range of 10–35 ° C.

Have medium heat demand:

  • broccoli
  • pea
  • Kohlrabi
  • Lettuce
  • celery
  • Head cabbage
  • Beetroot
  • asparagus
  • onion

Temperatures around 20 ° C ensure optimal development for vegetables with medium heat requirements, below 7 ° C and above 30 ° C they stop growing.

Have little heat demand:

  • endive
  • Kale
  • Swiss chard
  • Broad beans
  • radish
  • Salsify
  • Lamb's lettuce
  • leek
  • carrot
  • radish
  • Brussels sprouts
  • spinach

These types of vegetables feel good at temperatures of around 18 ° C, and growth is possible in the range of 1–25 ° C.

 

Product tip from the dlv shop:

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