Maintaining a successful vegetable garden may seem like a difficult task to get right at first. Sometimes doing something as simple as not planting the same vegetable or herb variety in the same spot all the time can be exceptionally advantageous to your garden. This process is called crop rotation and it entails that you plant your crops in different places of your garden each time you plant. Crop Rotation replenishes the soil of nutrients it loses from time to time.
This may seem like a laborious task, but it can save you a lot trouble from pests and diseases. The following further explains exactly why you should rotate your crops:
We hope that you enjoyed reading our piece and that it helps you plan your vegetable garden better. You can get more information on crop rotation and more, when you purchase the Reel Easy Guide to Growing.