Dobies Vegetable Garden Planner
November 9, 2016
Dobies Vegetable Garden Planner is the best way to plan your vegetable garden or allotment.
Those wet days when you know it’s best to keep off the garden are the perfect time to start planning. Planning what veg to grow, how many and where, during the year ahead. Sure, you can do this in a notebook, carefully drawing your plot to scale and rubbing out as you change your mind. However, there is a simpler and better way.
The Dobies Vegetable Planner is an easy to use yet powerful software tool. First, you draw out your vegetable patch or allotment, whatever the shape or size. Next you select and add what you want to grow. With over 180 different varieties of veg, herbs and fruit held within the software there’s plenty to choose from!
What to Plant Where?
As you add vegetables to your personal plan you will be shown how much space they will need. Plus, how many plants of each variety will fit into the area together with detailed growing instructions.
Of course, planting times differ dependant on whereabouts in the country you live. Allowing for this the Vegetable Planner is linked to a database of over 5000 weather stations. So, once it knows whereabouts you are the planner will show you not only what to plant and where but also when to sow, plant and harvest them.
Twice a month the Vegetable Garden Planner will send you email reminders of what needs planting from your garden plans.
What to Plant Next?
The planner is both easy to use and flexible. Organise which crops will follow on from others using the succession planting feature and see how your garden will look for each month of the year. Customised varieties can be added with their own spacing and planting dates.
Crop rotation is easy as the Vegetable Garden Planner will warn you where you should avoid placing each vegetable based on what was in your previous years’ plans.
We are so confident in the benefits of this brilliant software that the planner is available on a free 7-day trial. At the end of the trial the fee is just £19 a year. Just think of all those notebooks, pens and tippex you’ll save!