Garlic Beds - permanent or rotate?
I have three raised beds available so rotation wouldn't be a problem, but my garlic has been in the same bed for two years.
Will this present a problem? I add 2-3" of finished compost every year over these beds as a mulch, and when the garlic is dug the compost is turned deep into the soil with a digging fork. Great soil in all three beds at least 12" deep.
Do you rotate your garlic planting or do you use a permanent bed?