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    Sazeracup@aol.com
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    Default companion plants


    Hoping you all can help....I'm learning about the companion plant theory
    and my library doesn't carry any of this. I got a couple online sites that
    told me how much carrots and tomatoes got along.......now I read that
    they DETEST each other *sigh*. Anybody have some good sites that
    go over this sort of thing...preferably with advice that has WORKED for
    them (as I look over the garden and hope my tomatoes and carrots don't
    decide to get into a death-match.........I actually rearranged my garden
    because supposedly they got along, I don't know WHAT to believe at this
    point!)

    eil




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    chelsey1189
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    I have several companion planting charts that I have collected and
    every one of them says carrots and tomatoes are a good match. I also
    did a quick Google search for companion planting chart and got back
    loads of sites. I have yet to find one that says that is a poor
    match. So I would not worry about that. There is a lot of
    information out there if you do a search. Many will also let you
    know what NOT to plant with plants.Very helpful information. Hope
    this helps.

    Some links to charts


    http://colleenscorner.com/Cplants1.html
    http://www.gardenguides.com/TipsandTechniques/vcomp.htm
    http://www.gardenersnet.com/atoz/compan.htm
    http://www.growitgold.com/resources/...onplants.shtml
    http://www.earlmay.com/plant%20pics/...ers/companion%
    20planting%20chart.html



    chelsey1189



    In Budget101_@yahoogroups.com, Sazeracup@a... wrote:
    > Hoping you all can help....I'm learning about the companion plant
    theory
    > and my library doesn't carry any of this. I got a couple online
    sites that
    > told me how much carrots and tomatoes got along.......now I read
    that
    > they DETEST each other *sigh*. Anybody have some good sites that
    > go over this sort of thing...preferably with advice that has
    WORKED for
    > them (as I look over the garden and hope my tomatoes and carrots
    don't
    > decide to get into a death-match.........I actually rearranged my
    garden
    > because supposedly they got along, I don't know WHAT to believe at
    this
    > point!)
    >
    > eil
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > [Non-text portions of this message have been removed]


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    Sazeracup@aol.com
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    Default re: companion plants


    Thanks for ALL the info on companion plants. You guys are
    awesome!!! We've just been hit with 100 degree weather, so
    now I have a new set of challenges. Oh well, the joys of
    gardening. I'll definitely be using all the info everyone gave
    as I plan out my next plots.

    eil


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  4. #4
    countryangel4144
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    Default Companion Plants


    http://www.gardenguides.com/TipsandTechniques/vcomp.htm

    Have you tried this one? I have that book Carrots Love Tomatoes
    or whatever. It didn't do much for us. Hardly anything edible will
    grow in our poor soil. Another idea is to call your County Extension
    Office. You should be able to find them in the yellow pages or

    under County Offices in the white pages.


 

 

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