At the farm we use a permanent bed system. Each bed is 30 Inches wide by 50 Feet long and are separated by an 18 Inch wood chipped pathway. 10 beds are grouped together to form a block. Separating each block is a 10 Foot buffer. In the buffer we plant a large variety of flowers. The flowers will help keep the friendly bugs around. To do all of this work we use a BCS. Which is a 2 wheel tractor or walk-behind. The BCS has a PTO ( power take-off) Shaft. Giving us the ability to use different implements. With a narrow wheel spacing. We can keep the beds tight together and save on space. To keep everything square, we use the 3, 4, 5 rule. After the field is prepared (compost and amendments). We will then pull the a 40 Foot by 50 foot silage tarp to protect from erosion. A couple of weeks before harvest . We will seed a cover crop. Seeding before harvest will shorten the time the ground is bare.