I have a large above the ground metal garden divided into three sections. I grow my tomatoes from seed and plant 12 plants in the garden. My soil has been amended with home grown compost. I have also added new soil to each section. However, I wonder if I should be doing something additional to the soil? I am not able to rotate my crop based on the fact that I only plant tomatoes. Is there is a remedy to this situation? Thanks.
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Since you refresh it with compost, I don't see an issue with not rotating. However, if you would like to be sure, then you could test your soil!