Crop rotation

Track 17: Crop rotation

Crop rotation is the technique of planting several crops in succession on the same piece of land in order to enhance the soil's health, maximize its nutrient content, and reduce insect and weed burden. The process of rotating crops is known as  crop rotation, and it is done to increase soil health, maximize nutrient content, and reduce pest and weed burden.There are three main types of crop rotation depending on the crop being planted or rotated; these include:

  • Annual rotation rotation.

  • Biennial rotation.

  • Three-year rotation.


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