In February last year, I wrote a post discussing various cycles of the moon and how lunar gardeners plant using such cycles.
One which has been tested by Charles Dowding is sowing two days before full moon.
The dates for full moons in 2018 of relevance are:
31st January; 2nd March; 31st March; 30th April; 29th May; 28th June; 27th July; 26th August and, for autumn sowings of garlic and broad beans, October 24th and November 23rd.
Some ideas for sowing two days before full moon:
28th February – very early Red Alert and Maskotka tomatoes (fruit day in Thun calendar)
29th March – Main bush tomatoes e.g. Maskotka, Super Marmande (fruit day in Thun calendar)
28th April – competition carrots and potatoes in polypots, summer beetroot, late spring radishes, August carrots in soil, late maincrop potatoes (root day in Thun calendar)
26th June – early endive, late kale (leaf day in Thun calendar) – picture below has kale still harvesting in January
24th August – autumn radish (root day in Thun calendar) – picture below has Sicilian radish still harvesting in January
21st November – Aquadulce Claudia broad beans for 2019 (2018 plants behind green manure below)
Obviously, this in no way covers all the sowing required, but it offers some examples of favourable sowing dates for some crops in 2018.