Crop Rotation Demistified
Paul Price - Plot 4
Do you ever get confused over what to sow where and when? Crop rotation, once you get the hang of it is pretty straightforward. All you need to remember is what veg belongs in what group and then where you grew them last year. Most people do a 3 year rotation with 5 different plant groups. The more ambitious use a 4 year plan, but let's keep this blog to 3 years. The RHS has a good guide and here is a section from it:
How to do crop rotation
Divide your vegetable garden or allotment into sections of equal size (depending on how much of each crop you want to grow), plus an extra section for perennial crops, such as rhubarb and asparagus. Group your crops as below:
Section one: Potatoes
Section two: Legumes, onions and roots
Section three: Brassicas
Section one: Legumes, onions and roots
Section two: Brassicas
Section three: Potatoes
Section one: Brassicas
Section two: Potatoes
Section three: Legumes, onions and roots
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16/10/2019 08:55:30 am
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