1. Climate change
Climate change is always beyond human control. We don’t get to choose when we want the rain to fall, or the sun to shine.
These climatic factors like light, water and rainfall, temperature, air, relative humidity, and wind therefore can cause a very serious hazard in your garden.
Water, for instance, is needed for crop survival, but too much water or flooding damages the crop by suffocating the root. Light on the other hand is critical for photosynthesis, therefore locating your garden in a dark enclosed area will affect this important growth stage.
As much as wind is important for pollination, strong winds affect the crop. It reduces pollination because pollen tends to be blown far from the crops and it also leads to the lodging of crops.
However, some climatic factors can be controlled. When there is drought, you can irrigate your plants, when there … Read More