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Garden layout

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Garden Layout …

Garden Layout
Fruit and Vegetable Science
K. Jerome

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  • 1. Garden Layout
  • 2. early vegetables such as lettuce, radishes, green onions together
  • 3. Tall crops like sweet corn, tomatoes, trellised pole beans at north end to avoid shading
  • 4. For proper pollination, plant corn in blocks of several short rows
  • 5. In center, plant medium sized crops such as cabbage, cauliflower, broccoli, peppers, eggplant
  • 6. South end - low growing crops like radishes, carrots, beets, lettuce, onions
  • 7. rows should run north and south, for best sun exposure and air circulation
  • 8. beds not more than 3 or 4 feet wide