Added by on 2015-08-16

Sowing or planting into gaps left behind after a crop is harvested is known as succession planting. Filling gaps as soon as crops are harvested will maximize the amount of food you can grow, making your garden space even more valuable and helping to reduce weed growth. In this video we explain how to plan succession crops and which crops are best for growing this way. Plus we offer some tips for successful summer sowing whatever your climate. If you’ve noticed any pests or beneficial insects in your garden lately please report them to us at http://bigbughunt.com If you love growing your own food, why not take a look at our online Garden Planner which is available from several major websites and seed suppliers: http://www.GrowVeg.com http://gardenplanner.motherearthnews.com http://gardenplanner.almanac.com and many more… To receive more gardening videos subscribe to our channel here: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=GrowVeg Related PostsWhat to Plant in your Fall Vegetable Garden & Planting Seeds from the Garden!Beginners Vegetable Gardening : How Do I Harvest Seeds From a Vegetable Garden?Bountiful Harvest in the Organic Vegetable GardenRecycling for the Garden: Upcycling Items for a More Productive Vegetable Garden10 Ways to Make your Vegetable Garden More Productive in 2017…and Beyond!Huge Harvest & Complete Walkthrough of The 100% Organic Vegetable Garden

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9 Comments

  • warren semmens 2 years ago

    im looking for a natural way to put potash into my soil for growing vedgies?

  • warren semmens 2 years ago

    warren here from australia sumthing i tryed last summer and will do again this year is plant potatoes in the middle of sweet corn?

  • Mark Hudson 2 years ago

    I live in the desert southwest in the U.S. I am pulling muskmelon that produced heavily this year and planting Roma tomatoes as we generally do not get a frost until early to mid November.?

  • Jane Kelly 2 years ago

    This is just what I needed. I'm about to clear the peas and broad beans and had no idea what to plant next – thanks!?

  • GrowVeg 2 years ago

    Get more from your patch this summer…Sowing or planting into gaps left behind after a crop is harvested is known as succession planting.
    Filling gaps as soon as crops are harvested will maximize the amount of food you can grow, making your garden space even more valuable and helping to reduce weed growth.

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mbAMYBouo6I?

  • Dave NE 2 years ago

    Another good video to help the newcomers, well done. I would like some help from the hort channel with a great resource that is going to landfill, coffee grounds, in the last 8 weeks I have collected 150lbs from my local Sainsburys caf

  • Live Beautifully! 2 years ago

    Helpful info.

  • grumpy poo 2 years ago

    love your clear explanatory videos… What happened to the other young man who presented with you… He was really good at explaining things too. I only have a small veg patch so I have to pack things in and just patch in spaces. It is useful to know what I can plant now. Thank you.?

  • fireincarnation2 2 years ago

    I'm growing lots this year! The squash are doing well–we planted zucchini and the yellow squash. Planted 8 kinds of sweet bell peppers which are growing slowly. Strawberry and watermelon barely surviving 🙁

    Also putting new trees in the ground–mandarinquat, red delicious apple, two peach trees, apricot, walnut, olive, 3 varieties of cherry, 4 flowering trees that don't produce anything edible. So excited. Just fenced off the deer so they can't eat everything.?