Crop Rotation Checklist

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  • Divide them up into families. Here’s a list of the most common vegetable families.
  • These include arugula, cabbage, collards, Brussels sprouts, kale, broccoli, cauliflower, boc choi, kohlrabi, rutabaga, turnip, and radishes.
  • This family includes all beans and peas and peanuts.
  • The nightshades include tomatoes, potatoes, eggplant, peppers, and tomatillos.
  • These include onions, garlic, leeks, shallots, and chives.
  • Carrots, parsnips, cilantro, fennel, celery, dill, celeriac, parsley.
  • Swiss chard, spinach, and beets.
  • Squash, zucchini, cucumbers, pumpkins, and melons.
  • Corn, lettuce, endive, basil, artichokes, chicory.
  • Create a new diagram each year and keep records of where you plant your crops. Here are some strategies to help with crop placement and rotation.
  • Growing peas and beans in your garden will actually add nitrogen to the soil, so they are a great crop to plant after broccoli, spinach, and the all members of the nightshade family.
  • Growing peas and beans in your garden will actually add nitrogen to the soil, so they are a great crop to plant after broccoli, spinach, and the all members of the nightshade family.
  • Shredded leaves, compost, and cow manure are great additions to your garden and will work wonders for your soil and your plants.
  • Chop these plants into your soil before they flower or after they are killed by the frost.  They will provide your soil and your garden plants with valuable nutrients.
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