Laying a crop rotation

Laying a crop rotation

Having learned the rules of rotation taking into account the requirements of the plants we are interested in, we can work out the order of growing plants on individual beds. For this you should:
1) determine belonging to particular groups of all vegetable species, which we intend to cultivate (table A),
2) select pre-crops, catch crops and catch crops adapted to the main crops (table B1, B2 and B3),
3) consider the recommendations for forecrop and aftercrop crops.

Table C provides general recommendations, and Table D gives examples of crop rotation in main crop.

Based on the information provided in Tables A to D, the basic conditions for change can be defined, adapted to the needs of plants and soil. Sowing dates are listed in Table E, planting and harvesting the main species of vegetables, as well as the amount of seeds needed and plant spacing.

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