Succession planting is a technique that involves planting crops at different times so that you can have a continuous supply of fresh produce throughout the growing season.
To get started with succession planting, first choose crops that have a short growing season and can be harvested quickly.
Succession planting requires careful planning and organization, but it can significantly increase your harvest and ensure a continuous supply of fresh produce throughout the growing season.
Crop rotation can help to prevent soil depletion, which can result in higher yields and healthier plants.
Sowing seeds and growing seedlings in pots and trays can give them a head start.
As soon as plants — such as lettuce, spinach and peas — have passed their prime, pull them out and replant.
Consider using companion planting to maximize your yields.