Is it OK to plant brassica after tomatoes?
Since I have limited good soil, that's what is happening. I hope it'll be OK.
Because beans are recommended for soil improvement like a cover crop and after tomatoes:
Is it OK to plant beans species randomn throughout (the producing areas) as well? I mean.. I'm not looking to actually harvest these but just "fill up" my garden to help soil amendments in my new dirt. Of course, adequate spacing is an issue so the plants will get enough air flow, I realize.
Because of my back, I'm looking at lazy ways to do things. I'm not overly concerned about bugs this year because they haven't found the garden yet. Next year might be a tad different, though. I dunno.
PS I couldn't figure out why the OSU planting guide suggested broccoli, cauliflower and other brassica be sprouted outside the garden. So, I direct sowed the seeds a couple days ago in spite of its wisdom and found new sprouts this morning. I'm happy to know they like the soil.
I watered them away this morning.
That's why. Doh! LOL