Being a country boy and having been brought up on a farm, I'm aware that one of the key factors in growing vegetables is ensuring rotation of crops every year, avoiding disease build up and prevention of nutrient depletion. Rotating things around ensures optimum and healthy conditions.
Keeping track of what’s been growing where, is a daunting task for farmers, gardeners and others working the land.
Here is where VGALive comes in; a 100% free (now and we are told forever) online vegetable plot management system and encyclopaedia.
VGA’s main function is to keep track of yearly crop growing cycles.
Users can record...
- what crop has been planted;
- where and when a crop was set and harvested; and
- a complete history of that any zone.
Visit http://www.thevga.co.uk/index.cgi to find out more.
Posted by John Dalziel. Posted In : Records