Definitions for "Crop rotation"
Growing different crops in recurring succession on the same land. Rotation is done to replenish soil fertility and to keep down pest populations in order to increase the potential for high levels of production in future years. We are sorry to tell you that it does not involve a turntable.
Varying from year to year what is grown on a particular piece of land. This practice helps to avoid the build-up of pests and diseases specific to a particular crop. One crop may also put back into the soil nutrients taken out by another.
the successive planting of different crops on the same land to improve soil fertility and help control insects and diseases.