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Tips for companion planting for a thriving, pest free garden
Tips for companion planting for a thriving, pest free garden
Tips for companion planting for a thriving, pest free garden
Tips for companion planting for a thriving, pest free garden
Tips for companion planting for a thriving, pest free garden
Tips for companion planting for a thriving, pest free garden
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Tips for companion planting for a thriving, pest free garden

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Companion planting is a form of polyculture where crops that are mutually beneficial are planted together to increase the quality and productivity of the yield.

Companion planting is a form of polyculture where crops that are mutually beneficial are planted together to increase the quality and productivity of the yield.

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  • 1. Tips For Companion Planting For A Thriving, Pest Free Garden
  • 2. companion planting is a form of polyculture in which crops that arebeneficial for each other are planted in close proximity with anoverall aim to increase the quality
  • 3. how companion planting can help make a garden thriving and pest-freeRather than planting onions in a row, intersperse themwith other plants planted in your gardenPlant carrot and leek together to repel carrot and onionfliesPlant radishes with lettuce to discourage earth fliesPlant nasturiums around broccoli to keep aphids in check
  • 4. Eggplant and summer savoury are ideal to grow along withbeansPotatoes love the company of horseradish while basil is agood company for tomatoBroccoli seeks the company ofbasil, garlic, marigold, onion, potato, sagePlants that love shades enjoy the shelter provided bywooded grove. In return they protect forest floor from thethreat of erosion.Planting beans and potatoes together can help checkColorado potato beetle and Mexican bean beetle
  • 5. Thank You To have a complete look at the article visit:http://www.varanasiestate.com/tips-for- companion-planting-for-a-thriving-pest- free-garden/

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