Recently it has become popular to return to the roots. Apparently, this surge in summer mood is caused by the fact that it is pleasant to pamper yourself with fresh vegetables from your garden, and not to buy them in stores. Moreover, the early varieties of vegetables and herbs, as a rule, tasteless and pumped up with "chemistry".
One of the secrets of a good harvest is the alternation of crop rotation - so the plants will hurt less and grow better. Therefore, in spring, when you start planting, remember which plants you planted last year. Of course, it is difficult to observe the sequence of sowing - the garden has a limited space, but with due diligence you should succeed!
These recommendations are particularly relevant for plants prone to perevalivat blight, such as, for example, tomatoes.
Therefore, it is better to plant tomatoes on the site where earlier beans, peas, cauliflower, celery, dill, parsley, carrots, and zucchini were growing. Avoid planting tomatoes after potatoes, onions, peppers, eggplant, tomatoes, strawberries.
If for many years in a row you are forced to plant potatoes on the same piece of land, and you see that because of the depletion of the soil, the yield drops, carry out the necessary additional feeding. Potatoes will grow better if you plant it after pepper, eggplant or tomato. The best predecessors of cabbage are onions, cucumbers, tomatoes, perennial herbs, early potatoes, and pumpkin. Cabbage will grow poorly if it is planted on the old plot.
To better grow cucumbers, plant them after peas, beans, white cabbage, tomatoes, potatoes or cauliflower. You can not plant cucumbers after beets, squash, pumpkin, zucchini, onions, carrots.
Onions and garlic grow well on the soil after carrots, cucumbers, cabbage, early potatoes. And gives a low yield after beets, radishes, parsnips, parsley.
If you want to get a good harvest of carrots, plant it after peas, cucumbers, beets, early potatoes, onions, early cabbage. And avoid planting after late cabbage.
The yield of beets will increase if planted after carrots, tomatoes, legumes, onions, early cabbage. And the result will be much worse if you plant it after a swede.
Such vegetables as turnip, radish, swede - are not whimsical by nature, they can be planted practically after any plants, except cabbage.
Peas grow well after tomatoes or potatoes. And Jerusalem artichoke will give high yield after cucumbers and cabbage.