Learn how to grow vegetables successfully in your allotment garden with our series of vegetable growing articles.
Growing vegetables can be very rewarding. Learning the basics can help you to have more success in those early years.
When you are growing vegetables it is best to rotate the crops each year to keep the ground disease free and to give them the best nutrients for their type.
Crop Rotation can be three years but four is preferred as that is considered the best amount to avoid disease. (NB: Square foot gardeners do not need to rotate if you care not using soil).
How to Grow Vegetables
This list is put in the groups that you should keep together in beds.
1. Root Veg
3. Beans and Peas
5. Gourds and Melons
Beans and Peas
Gourds and Melons