Proper planning for any farming production must consider a multitude of variables. Companions, succession, soil building, and systems maintenance are a few of the most important.
Companion planting can yield better taste, optimal productivity, suppress weeds, and minimize the pest pressure.
Devise a succession plan that not only addresses the succession from one variety to another to maintain soil health but also maintain companion relationships with each planting.
Create a plan for four rotations that can be used as a guide in the Lab.
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