If your soil is in need of nitrogen, use Austrian peas or the like as a cover crop. Plant grass crops such as winter wheat, grain rye or oats to scavenge leftover nutrients from the veggie garden and then recycle them by plowing it in the spring.
â€œYou can select cover crops based on needs in your garden by planting a legume cover crop such as Austrian peas or hairy vetch to fix nitrogen or planting grass cover crops such as winter wheat or grain rye or oats to scavenge left over nutrients from vegetable garden then recycled by plowing under in spring.
In many climates and zones, winter is a good time to grow cover crops,. could mean winter cover–cropping only on ground that grew spring vegetables, or it .