- Oct 24, 2019
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- mid-Michigan, USoA
I usually do my beans (all varieties) in double rows. Not sure where I picked up that habit.
I used to use heavy building/construction plastic for my seedlings. Since I reused every year, the holes for tomatoes were fixed.
i'm going to try double rows this coming season. i normally plant things a bit too close so what i want to do is make the double rows fairly close but then leave more room in between the double rows for walking/weeding. we'll see how it goes. always worth trying different things.
i rotate plant for the tomatoes so the holes are always placed in a different location each year and i also try to remember previous years too so i can avoid repeat plantings. with the scant use of fertilizers here (because it all comes from the worm compost farm i keep) i am very vigilant about rotating what i plant to get the most use out of that worm compost. it is good for a few seasons from what i can tell.