Succession of crops

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(Agric.) See Rotation of crops, under Rotation.

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Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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As with most summer varieties you sow them in a sunny, welldrained spot outdoors at two to four-week intervals up until the end of July for a succession of crops until late October.
Studying the occurrence of these organisms in the soil, especially those that nodulate leguminous crops, is relevant for the succession of crops and as a strategy to recover degraded areas, particularly in soils of low natural fertility, such as that of the present study.
Interestingly, stink bug egg parasitoids can disperse from crop to crop throughout the seasonal succession of crops in farmscapes composed of combinations of corn, peanut, and cotton to parasitize E.
I like to keep a continuous succession of crops in my raised garden beds.
CONTINUE sowing lettuces, radishes and spring onions for a succession of crops.
KEEP planting vegetables into the ground and under glass for a succession of crops.
Sow further batches throughout April and May for a succession of crops.
Sow a few seeds of salad crops such as lettuce and radish every two weeks during summer for a succession of crops.
Carrots can be sown at two-week intervals to provide a succession of crops during the year.
In an address on the agriculture some 170 years ago, Daniel Webster reflected on whether New England might be capable of pursuing a "succession of crops" to rival the productivity of England herself.
Seed sowing outside can now begin - lettuce, salad onions, radishes, peas, beans, cabbage, turnips and beetroot can be started this month and if planted at intervals will provide a succession of crops throughout the summer.
. Continue to plant vegetables under glass and directly into the ground for a succession of crops. Fit collars around the stems of young cabbages, cauliflowers and Brussels sprouts to deter cabbage root fly.