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Effects of crop rotation and monoculture at the Swojec Experimental Farm, Wroclaw University of Environmental and Life Sciences. In the front field, the "Norfolk" crop rotation sequence (potatoes, oats, peas, rye) is being applied; in the back field, rye has been grown for 58 years in a row. Crop rotation is the practice of growing a series of dissimilar or different types of crops in the same area in sequenced seasons. It is done so that the soil of farms is not used for only one set of nutrients. It helps in reducing soil erosion and increases soil fertility and crop yield.
The right crop rotation plan will yield bigger, more nutrient-rich vegetable harvests and prevent those pesky pests. Here's how to get started. When planning a crop rotation scheme, refer to the below rundown of the seven family groups most often planted in vegetable gardens, along with ideas for rotating them. Plant group Onions + Garlic. Rotate with legumes, and avoid planting in soil with undecomposed organic matter. Plant group Carrots, Parsnips, Parsley, Dill, Fennel, Coriander. Precede these moderate feeders with any other plant family, and condition soil with compost before planting. Follow with legumes or heavy mulch.
This process helps maintain nutrients in the soil, reduce soil erosion, and prevents plant diseases and pests. The length of rotation time between different plants will also vary depending on the needs of the gardener.
From: Soil Management and Climate Change, 2018. Such rotations provide income at different times of the year. The diversification into more intensive crops and products provides the opportunity for using labor from other farms or nearby communities, perhaps opening new markets for direct sale as well. Table 3. Mechanisms of crop rotation contributions to economic and social consequences of farming systems. Mechanism or process. Contribution to economics or social viability.
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Crop rotation sounds like a ton of work, doesn’t it? It does require an ample amount of planning but has many beneficial qualities as well. Which is why it’s important to explore different gardening techniques to find new ideas which should work well in your particular gardening scenario. Here is what you need to know about crop rotation: The Perks of Crop Rotation.
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Crop rotation is often done in a three to four-year plan. That’s long enough to complete a rotation that replenishes the soil and short enough to be certain that you will stay in a garden space. Common crop rotations include: Year One: Peas or other legumes Year Two: Onions, carrots, and tomatoes Year Three: Root vegetables like potatoes. Year One: Root vegetables Year Two: Brassicas like broccoli Year Three: Other crops.
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