Sowing or planting into gaps left behind after a crop is harvested is known as succession planting.
Filling gaps as soon as crops are harvested will maximize the amount of food you can grow, making your garden space even more valuable and helping to reduce weed growth.
In this video we explain how to plan succession crops and which crops are best for growing this way. Plus we offer some tips for successful summer sowing whatever your climate.
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Most of this was left to rot on the ground at the community garden plot where I garden. Some of it was thrown into a refuse pile – all of it good stuff, worthy of a good soup or salsa. I cannot comprehend how people could leave it to rot on the ground.
By Baha’i Views / Flitzy Phoebie on 2008-10-28 14:54:14