. Productive soils; the fundamentals of successful soil management and profitable crop production. Soils. Fig 184 âCabbages are grow n generally Fig 185 âWhere onions are produced Rotation of crops is as important in growing vegetables as in growing field crops, and the same principles concerning rotation should be applied. In general, legumes such as beans and peas should be followed by root crops like beets, carrots, etc. Crops V / WA E»WC ON ACS WW Zi r CACe â 'â -u ^x^ ^ a tar 7"» AencAct tet CMEMCWPI ^^ V \ 1 't-Q9 i ^ i^u E^l i Fig 18D âWhere watermelcas grow Fig 187 âCelery acr

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. Productive soils; the fundamentals of successful soil management and profitable crop production. Soils. Fig 184 âCabbages are grow n generally Fig 185 âWhere onions are produced Rotation of crops is as important in growing vegetables as in growing field crops, and the same principles concerning rotation should be applied. In general, legumes such as beans and peas should be followed by root crops like beets, carrots, etc. Crops V / WA E»WC ON ACS _ WW Zi r CACe â 'â -u ^x^ ^ a tar 7"» AencAct tet CMEMCWPI ^^ V \ 1 't-Q9 i ^ i^u E^l i Fig 18D âWhere watermelcas grow Fig 187 âCelery acreage of the mustard family (cabbage, turnips, radish, etc.) should not follow one another. It is usually advisable to grow foliage crops like cabbage, kale and spinach after root crops (potatoes, beets, parsnips, carrots, etc.) or after those grown for fruit (tomatoes, peppers, melons, etc.). (Figs. 182, 183, 184, 185,186 and 187).. Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.. Weir, Wilbert Walter, 1882-. Philadelphia London, J. B. Lippincott company

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