If you find
Some results take time to achieve
Time is on your side when you use Time as a tool.
This might be when you:
- give pastures or soil enough time for an adequate Rest and recovery
- provide a long enough pasture phase in a pasture/crop rotation to let enough nitrogen come out of the soil’s bank of nitrogen or allow a Legume long enough to build adequate nitrogen for the following crop
- provide a long enough pasture phase in a pasture/crop rotation to permit pastures to outcompete weeds, thus letting following crops have less competition.
By comparison, a related farm pattern, Timing as a tool refers to choosing when you do an operation. For example, by choosing when you close up a particular paddock to grazing you can do it at a time to suit the soil and the plants.
Because for a lot of farm operations, the when is important, by using Timing as a tool and Time as a tool, you can get a significant improvement in results with certain operations. For other operations time and timing may have little impact on the result.