Crop rotation for pest control
Lisa Sendwe, an agroforestry farm manager, explains why crop rotation - not planting the same crop on the same land in two successive seasons - is such a useful tool in controlling pests. Not only do pests lose their food source, but different crops in the rotation can create benefits for the crops that follow them.
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