Which Direction Should Rows Run for Most Sun Exposure?
North/South or East/West. I have 2 contridicting sources - now I'm confused.
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The reason you get conflicting info is because they both have their advantages. North/south is best for if you will be growing mainly in the summer as you will get a bit more sunlight. East/west is better for growing crops in the spring and fall, as it can help keep away frost a bit.
Either way, the advantages to planting orientation are only slight. You are best off planting in a way that is convenient for you.