Companion Planting: Bob's Basics

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Skyhorse Publishing, Inc., Dec 13, 2013 - GARDENING - 112 pages
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According to Flowerdew, the key to successful organic gardening is working with nature, rather than against it, to get your plants to thrive. This practice is called companion planting, and it is explained in this volume with a style that is both no-nonsense and reader-friendly. Topics range from plants that compete for nutrients to plants that enrich their soil for future crops. Gardeners of all levels will learn from Companion Planting and their gardens will benefit from happy and healthy plants.
 

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History andmythology
Understanding plant groups How companion plantingworks inmanysubtle ways 1 Plants maybe used toaideach
Plants maybe used toaid each other indirectly by enriching the soil
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Plants used to repel animal pests
Plants used to repelor reduce fungal and other diseases Applying companion effects to our advantageand a
Precompanions and companion effects over time
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