Crop Rotation - Is It Necessary?
I have a really small garden, only one raised bed (15x2 feet), and this summer I grew cukes and tomatoes mainly. Both crops, got sick, cukes got downy mildew, and tomatoes got fusarium wilt (probably, not sure). Cukes died about a week after the first symptoms, and tomatoes are still alive even after a month of being sick (currently on vacation so i'm not totally sure if they're still sick). Can I grow the same crops in the same spots next summer to? Because if not, I won't have a summer garden next year since I have a small garden and I won't be able to rotate crops. I will be planting a winter garden before my summer garden if that helps..
Thanks a lot!