2. Get An Early Start Preparing The Soil
Beets depend on good soil for survival. They need to be able to draw the nutrients out of the soil so they can grow and produce actual beets. Beets grow underground, so they absorb the nutrients quickly.
If your soil is not full of nutrients, the beets won’t grow. They need the best start possible and preparing the soil before you even plant the beet will ensure that there are plenty of nutrients there waiting for the plants when they start to grow. You can prepare the soil by adding fertilizer and compost to it.
Add it regularly and check the PH levels before planting your beets. If the soil is ready, you can plant them and watch them grow quickly and produce plenty of beets. You will need to continue to add nutrient to the soil as time goes on, and the beets continue to grow. As the plants grow, they will need more nutrients to ensure they stay healthy.