2. Prepare The Soil
When your soil is prepared and full of nutrients before you plant the seeds or starter plants in it, they will have a great start right from the beginning. You can prepare the soil by choosing a potting soil that is designed for vegetables.
Organic is always best. You can also start adding nutrients to the soil before you add the plants. Add some compost and give it time to break down before you plant your beets. You should also check the PH levels of the soil before planting the beets. You will need to check the soil regularly after you have planted the beets as well.
Depending on when you are planning on planting the beats, you should also till your soil. If you are planting in the late fall, it’s better to leave the soil rough so the winter can break it down. This will also protect the plants from frost.