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  • Your Grandmother Is Black

    The importance of crop rotation, its connection to the Shmita cycle and the dangers of monoculture, cash cropping. Each year vegetables are planted in different beds to lessen disease problems and interrupt the life cycle of pests that are attracted to a particular plant. Crop rotation also allows the soil to replenish after hosting heavy feeders, and alternating deep-rooted and fibrous-rooted crops from year to year improves soil structure.

  • Emily Neaman

    Simple crop rotation system for growing vegetables.

  • Lana Teter

    Crop Rotation Chart: even though we plan on doing a square foot garden where crop rotation isn't totally necessary< I still think it is a good idea.

  • J Parker

    One solution is to move your tomatoes to the bed where you grew leafy plants like spinach and broccoli. Move the greens to the root bed and the root crops to the fruit and seed bed (tomatoes, corn, peppers). - See more at: http://bitesizegardening.com/2014/06/21/rotate-crops-even-mean/#sthash.zAQjViFF.dpuf 3 year crop rotation plan from fbcdn-sphotos-e-a.akamaid.net

  • Donna Long

    Garden Ideas and Info

  • Mary Pearce

    3 Year Crop Rotation Chart

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How to plant root bound plants: Make numerous downward cuts so that the circular roots are cut. This forces the roots to grow outward when they are replanted. Remove any brown or black roots, which are most likely dead. Keep the white roots, which are alive. ‘Massage’ the root ball of your plant ...