Can you use the same method of growing for fruiting crops and standard crops eg: Lettuce?
No, the methods of growing fruiting crops and standard crops such as lettuce are different because their growth requirements and life cycles are different.
Fruiting crops such as tomatoes, peppers, and cucumbers have a longer growing season and require more care and attention to produce a successful crop. They typically require more sun, nutrients, and water than standard crops. Additionally, they may require pruning, trellising, and other specialized techniques to ensure proper growth and fruiting.
On the other hand, standard crops such as lettuce have a shorter growing season and are generally less demanding in terms of nutrients and care. They typically require less sun and water than fruiting crops and can be grown in a wider range of soil types.
In summary, while some of the general principles of growing plants apply to both fruiting crops and standard crops, the specific methods of growing, care, and maintenance are different. Therefore, it's important to understand the specific requirements of each crop and adjust your growing methods accordingly.