For a novice or experienced vegetable gardener, this Growing Vegetables in the Home Garden PDF is excellent background information. Tidbits include grouping early-maturing crops "so that as soon as one crop is removed another takes its place. It is desirable, however, to follow a crop not with another of its kind, but with an unrelated crop. For example, early peas or beans can very properly be followed by late cabbage, celery, carrots, or beets; early corn or potatoes can be followed by fall turnips or spinach. It is not always necessary to wait until the early crop is entirely removed; a later one may be planted between the rows of the early crop." The article is from 1985, but as they say, "What's old is new again."
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