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crop rotation advise needed.

Hi all-

Spring is almost here!  I have daffodils, snow drops, grape hyacinths and an
anemone blooming (it has been non-stop since November!)  Anyway- here's my
question.  The place I usually plant my tomatos apparently has verticillium
or fusarium (can't recall which right now)wilt.  I understand that it is
virtually impossible to remove this from the soil and that I shouldn't plant
tomaotos, peppers or potatos there.  So, what is ok to plant there?  How
many years should i wait before I plant tomotos there again??

Thanks for any help-


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