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Date created: Tue, Mar 9, 2021 10:00 PM
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Top best answers to the question «Tobacco plant what it does to the soil»
- Tobacco plants are "heavy feeders," meaning they will deplete the nutrients in the soil in about 2 years. To counteract this, employ a 2 year rotation in your growing space by planting for 2 years in a different location and waiting 1 year before transferring it back to its original location.