Replanting fatigue is a situation in which a new planting of the same crop on the same soil remains strongly inhibited in growth or will only develop after a few years after planting. This is most probably due to wrong soil biology or chemistry. Examples of crops with a strong replanting fatigue are asparagus after asparagus, apple after apple and peony after peony.
SOIL RESETTING INCREASES QUALITY
With Soil Resetting the soil structure is improved in such a way that replanting on the same plot is possible. Meanwhile, there are good results with that peony after (practical cases with crop reactions) and apple after apple (scientific proof). It has been scientifically proven that the altered saprophytic bacterial population and fungal populations after soil resetting correlate with good initial development.