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Succession Planting

Gardeners have adopted many schools of thought to get the most out of their growing season. A popular approach is the use of succession planting. Succession planting is defined as several planting methods that increase crop availability during a growing season by making efficient use of space and timing. With this strategy, knowledge and planning are powerful tools to attain successful plantings throughout the growing season.

 

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Second Round Planting