Use between crop names when listing a crop rotation sequence.

Example: winter wheat–spring barley. (keyboard number pad shortcut: Alt + 0150).

Do not use an en-dash between numbers in constructions using “from” or “between;” instead use the word “to” or “and.”

Example: Blueberries require a soil pH ranging from 4.5 to 5.5 to avoid iron deficiency.

Example: Water lawns between 6 and 10 am and between 4 and 8 pm to limit mold problems.

Example: Space onion sets 4–6 in. apart in rows spaced 12–15 in. apart.

Note that “from…to” indicates a continuous span containing the stated end points, but “between…and” indicates any portion between the end points and does not include the end points. That is, “from 4 to 6 pm” means starting at 4 and continuing until 6, but “between 4 and 6 p.m.” means any time or portion of time after 4 but before 6.