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Companion Planting Chart - Saratoga County, New York - Cornell University

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  1. 1. 50 West High Street Ballston Spa, NY 12020-1992 Telephone: 518.885.8995 Fax: 518.885.9078 Cooperative Extension E-mail: saratoga@cornell.edu www.ccesaratoga.org Saratoga County Companion Planting Grows Well With Protected by Inhibited ByAsparagus Parsley, Basil Tomato (Asparagus Beetles)Basil (Repels flies & mosquitoes)Bay (Eliminates Weevils in stored grains)Beans, Bush Carrots, Cauliflower, Potato, Marigolds, Onion Family, Fennel Strawberry, Celery, Cucumbers Summer Savory (Mexican Bean Beetle) Note: Bush beans planted with potatoes protect them from Colorado Potato bug and potatoes protect beans from Mexican Bean beetle.Pole Beans Corn, Radish Summer Savory Onion, Beets, Kohlrabi, SunflowerBeets Cabbage, Lettuce, Onions, Mustard Pole Beans KohlrabiBroccoli Potato, Beets, Onion, Oregano Tomato, Pole Beans, Strawberry Aromatic Plants, Sage, Rosemary (Cabbage Butterfly)Cabbage Celery, Onions, Potatoes, Faba Mint, Hyssop, Thyme, Tomato, Pole Beans, Strawberry (Broad) Beans, Dill, Garlic Wormwood (repels White Cabbage Butterfly)Caraway Peas (helps loosen compacted Fennel soils)Carrots Lettuce, Tomato, Chives, Onion, Leeks, Rosemary, Dill Radishes Sage (repels Carrot Fly)Cauliflower Celery (see Cabbage) Tomato, Strawberry, DillCelery Leek, Tomato, Cauliflower, Nasturtium Cabbage, Bush Beans (repels whiteflies)Corn Potato, Peas, Beans, Cucumber, Sunflowers in alternating Tomato Pumpkin, Squash strips (reduces Fall Armyworm)Cucumber Beans, Peas, Radish, Sunflowers, 2 or 3 radish seeds in hill Potato Corn (cucumber beetles) Aromatic HerbsDill CarrotsEggplant Marigold, *Beans *Beans repel Colorado Potato bugFennel (Inhibits most plants including Bush Beans Caraway, Kohlrabi Wormwood & Tomatoes)Kohlrabi Onions, Beets, Cucumbers Tomato, Pole Beans, Strawberry, DillLeek Celery, Onions, CarrotsLettuce Cucumbers, Carrots, Radishes Onions (repel rabbits) StrawberriesMint (Repels ants)Onions Cabbage, Beets, Strawberries, Summer Savory Peas, Beans Tomatoes, Lettuce, LettuceParsley Tomatoes, AsparagusPeas Carrots, Turnip, Radish, Corn, Onions, Garlic, Shallots, Potato, Cucumber, Beans Leek, Gladiolus Building Strong and Vibrant New York Communities Cornell Cooperative Extension in Saratoga County provides equal program and employment opportunities.
  2. 2. Grows Well With Protected By Inhibited ByPotatoes Beans, Corn, Cabbage, Peas, Marigold Pumpkin, Tomato, Squash, Horseradish (corners of patch) (repels nematodes) Raspberry, Cucumber, SunflowersPumpkin Corn, Marigold PotatoesRadish Beans, Lettuce, Cucumber, Nasturtium Hyssop, Cabbage, Cauliflower, Beets, Carrots, Spinach, (insects) Kohlrabi, Brussels sprouts, Parsnips TurnipsSpinach Strawberry, Faba (Broad) BeanSquash Corn, Icicle radishes, Nasturtium (repels cucumber Potato Cucumber, Marigold, beetles & squash bugs) Nasturtium Dill (repels squash bugs)Tomato Chives, Onions, Parsley, Basil Corn, Potato, Fennel, Marigold, Carrots, Cucumber (insects & disease) Cabbage, Cauliflower AsparagusNote: Mix tea leaves with radish and carrot seeds to prevent maggotsPrepared by: Kenneth Derenthal, Master Gardener of Suffolk County.Reference: Carrots Love Tomatoes, Louise Riotte.Slightly Revised by: Susan Beebe, Extension Issue Leader, CCE of Saratoga County, 2010Reference: ATTRA Publication – Companion Planting: Basic Concepts and Resources

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