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Rotating crops, will keep the soil from being depleted of nutrients and amending the soil while keeping your garden disease free and prevent insect infestation; creating an organically balanced garden!

1- big Raised Garden divided into 4 sections...

2- Raised Gardens divided into 2 sections...

4- different Raised Gardens, each with different veggies...

Let us help you work out the sizes for the amount of crops you want to grow.

Preventing Diseases:
Rotating crops keeps disease organisms from forming and spreading throughout your garden beds. They can build up over time, resulting in eventual crop failure. Rotating crops keeps these organisms in check.

Reducing Insects:

When one crop is grown in the same place season after season, a build up of the same insects create infestations in the garden. Crop rotation helps prevent these occurrences.

Balancing Nutrients:

Crop Rotation is key to balancing your soil of nutrients. Different plant families absorb different nutrients into the soil.
For example, tomatoes & lettuce, are heavy feeders that quickly deplete soil of its nitrogen & phosphorus.
While rooted vegetables & herbs are light feeders, and should be planted the following season to give nutrient balance in your garden.

Why do you need to implement Crop Rotation?

Crop rotation is very important to organic gardeners.

It's the process of growing crops of different types in the same area in your vegetable garden from one year to the next. This process involves dividing the garden into sections, and planting a different plant family in each section every year.
Of course you can create your own rotation schedule based on the veggies you like to grow –As long as you keep things moving around to ensure that every section eventually receives each plant family. Organic and home gardeners, use this process, and consider it vitally important to the health and productivity of their gardens. (If your garden is small, you may grow only a few kinds of veggies & fruits. You can easily stick to balancing out your garden with easy soil rotation.)

Below is a common and easy way to use the four-step crop rotation system in your home garden of varying sizes. Plant families are listed below: 

The Four-Step System:
Simply divide your garden into four sections:

(Check our Raised Gardens page for sizes)...












Group 4:

Legumes: (Plants with pods/casings)

Group 3:

Rooted Plants: (The Root is the Vegetable)








Group 2:

Plants grown for Fruits:

-Brussel Sprouts





-Other Leafy Greens

How to use Crop Rotation:

Group 1:

Leafy/ Flowering Plants: