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Companion Planting

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Find out which fruit and vegetables should and shouldn’t be planted together with our companion planting chart for some of the most popular garden foods!

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Do you have trouble with growing great cucumbers organically? Learn about which crops make great cucumber companion plants and which ones should be kept far away in the garden.

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Companion planting is a great way to control pests and increase yields and space in your vegetable garden. Learn how to use companion planting in your garden- including trap crops, attracting beneficials, and other benefits. Learn the best companions for most popular garden crops.

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Come learn about companion planting: which plants are "friends" or "foes", and how it can benefit your garden by attracting pollinators, deter pests or disease, increase biodiversity, and more! A free printable companion planting chart is included for easy reference. #companionplanting #companionplantingchart #gardening #gardentips

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Are aphids taking over your vegetable garden? Get rid of aphids naturally and organically using companion planting! Here are 9 companion plants to get rid of aphids plus other natural aphid remedies!

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Companion planting can help you create an organic vegetable garden with less pests, a better harvest, and more flavor. Learn what make the best tomato companion plants in your vegetable garden- including what herbs, fruits, and vegetable to plant near tomatoes and what should be kept far away.

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If you find yourself struggling to try to figure out how much to plant per person in the garden for a year's worth of food - look no further.

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Grow a pollinator garden to attract wild pollinators. Garden plants and flowers that attract beneficial insects, bees, bumblebees, hummingbirds, butterflies

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