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Companion plantings ????

zolar

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do any of you long time growers do companion plantings that invigorate your pot plants [ ie the carrots love tomatoes thing]

but seriously is there a companion plant that makes you pot plants thrive better

am thinking of an 3 foot square soil grow and thinking of biodynamic area
with both food and smoke in the cab growing
 

givemenugs

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Re: companion plantings ????

do any of you long time growers do companion plantings that invigorate your pot plants [ ie the carrots love tomatoes thing]

but seriously is there a companion plant that makes you pot plants thrive better

am thinking of an 3 foot square soil grow and thinking of biodynamic area
with both food and smoke in the cab growing



You could use clover as ground cover, this might help your soil stay a bit more moist in between watering and it also put nitrogen back into the soil. Now what ramifications this might have as far as what kind of bugs it might attract I am not sure of. You could also go with some other king of other leguminos plant:


Any of a large number of eudicot plants belonging to the family Leguminosae (or Fabaceae). Their characteristic fruit is a seed pod. Legumes live in a symbiotic relationship with bacteria in structures called nodules on their roots. These bacteria are able to take nitrogen from the air, which is in a form that plants cannot use, and convert it into compounds that the plants can use. Many legumes are widely cultivated for food, as fodder for livestock, and as a means of improving the nitrogen content of soils. Beans, peas, clover, alfalfa, locust trees, and acacia trees are all legumes
 
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