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1. planting portions of a crop over a period of time to get a continuous harvest over a long period of time.<br><br>
 
1. planting portions of a crop over a period of time to get a continuous harvest over a long period of time.<br><br>
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An example of succession farming where the area is seeded twice a week for a succession of crops throughout the season.
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Succession planting helps to extend the harvest season.<br>
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Source: http://philadelphia.extension.psu.edu/Horticulture/Urbangardennewsletter_04_04.html#succession<br><br>
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1. planting portions of a crop over a period of time to get a continuous harvest over a long period of time.

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Succession planting helps to extend the harvest season.
Source: http://philadelphia.extension.psu.edu/Horticulture/Urbangardennewsletter_04_04.html#succession