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The Complete Guide to Companion Planting by Dale Mayer


The idea of crop rotation has been around for thousands of years, but it has only been relatively recently that the concept of companion planting has hit the mainstream gardener.  It is a simple concept; by planting certain species plants next to each other (or by avoiding planting different species in close proximity) they will grow much better.  The trick is knowing which plants go with each other and which make bad neighbors.  That is where this book comes in.  Through the use of lots of charts, along with detailed explanations, any gardener will soon be a master at companion planting and getting the most out of their garden thanks to something as simple as plant location.


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