This is my current plan for next year:
PLOT #1: Beans -- Winter Rye (replaces Tomato)
PLOT #2: Carrot, Garlic*, Lettuce* and Radish (replaces Cucumber and Squash)
PLOT #3: Cucumber and Squash
PLOT #4: pepper
PLOT #5: Brocolli* and Cabbage*
* Indicates new items
() Indicates what's growing
I left my peppers
in pots this year.
Each year I move everything up one plot and move 5 to 1. It does result in a ton of beans but even I can preserve them. I can also pull them early and plant
winter rye. That combination should help rejuvenate the soil a bit.
I grew beans at the end of the raspberry rows, I'm expanding the raspberries in their space.
I grew carrot and radish under my nectarine, that's about run its course.
Will my rotation or pairings be a likely problem?