Okra: 3-4 plants per person Onions: 12-15 plants per person Parsnips: 12-15 plants per person Peas: about 120 plants per person
How much okra do you get from one plant?
How much okra can you get from one plant? If your okra plants have ideal conditions, they can produce 20 – 30+ pods per plant. In a warmer hardiness zone such as zone 9b, you will have a longer growing season, into the fall or longer.
How many plants do you need per person?
Planting a vegetable garden for a family
|Crop (number of plants per ft. of row)||Number of plants per person|
|Corn (1 plant/ft. of row)||10-15 plants|
|Eggplant (1 plant/2 ft. of row)||2-3 plants|
|Kale (10/10 ft. of row)||2-7 plants|
|Leaf lettuce (Thin to 3 plants/ft. of row)||24 plants|
How many okra plants are in a square foot garden?
|Plant Variety||Plants per Square|
What can you not plant with okra?
What Not To Plant Next To Okra
How many tomatoes can 1 plant produce?
Like any tomato grower, you might wonder: How many tomatoes can 1 plant produce? On average, a tomato plant can yield 10 to 30 pounds of tomatoes. Depending on the size of the tomatoes, this can be roughly 20 to 90 tomatoes from a single plant.
How much land do you need to grow your own food?
Research in the 1970s by John Jeavons and the Ecology Action Organisation found that 4000 square feet (about 370 square metres) of growing space was enough land to sustain one person on a vegetarian diet for a year, with about another 4000 square feet (370 square metres) for access paths and storage – so that's a plot
How many pounds of vegetables does a person need in a year?
While we do get some 415 pounds of vegetables into our diet each year, the most popular choices (corn and potatoes) aren't exactly nutritional superstars. The numbers that struck me the most? The 141 pounds of sweeteners (including 42 pounds of corn syrup a year), and 85 pounds of fats (think: butter) and oil we ate.