Interplanting Technique to Get MORE Harvests Out of the SAME Space

When growing in small spaces, getting high yield crops out of small spaces is key. Interplanting, also known as intercropping (and in some circles companion planting, but that’s a subject for another video), is a fantastic way to squeeze more harvests out of the same space:

1. Consider planting ‘understory’ plants under your tall veggies like tomatoes, corn etc.

2. Also consider planting quick-season crops between long-season crops, so long as their root systems won’t disrupt growth too much.

3. Finally, consider ‘merging seasons’ by starting fall crops as the summer ones are finishing off, or throwing one last batch of spring crops in between your summer starts.


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