Simplest Crop Rotation on Earth

Fix.com contracted me to write an article on crop rotation. I suggested a four-year rotation, but they thought three years would be easier for beginner gardeners to understand.

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With the word limit I was working to, this is the best I could do, although the editors added sections on nutrient cycling and carbon cycling.

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FYI, here is what a stirrup hoe looks like.

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Here is the link to the article: http://www.fix.com/blog/three-year-garden-crop-rotation-plan/ Here is the cool infographic they made. <a href=”http://www.fix.com/blog/three-year-garden-crop-rotation-plan/”><img src=”http://www.fix.com/assets/content/15554/easy-crop-rotation-embed-large.png&#8221; border=”0″ /></a><br />Source: <a href=”http://www.fix.com”>Fix.com</a&gt;     Peace, Estwing

2 thoughts on “Simplest Crop Rotation on Earth”

    1. Direct seeded into the weed free bed, or added as a fourth bed in the rotation. Either would be fine. – Estwing

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