Maybe you pour some hot cider, get out the graph paper and draw up a plan for where the turnips and beets will grow, and where the tomato plants will get their footing.
Good stewards of our lands make it clear that they are not only growing plants. They are growing the soil. Improving and nurturing it. And wheat – both as an edible grain, and as a cover crop for rotation &
Earth asks us to take an oath – an earth oath, which is a phrase you cannot says rapidly six times – and it is just as Hippocrates would have said about caring for the soil: "First of all, Do No Hurt."