Gardening 101: Companion Planting – Eco Snippets

Gardening 101: Companion Planting


Backyard Solar Power Revolution...

“Mother Nature is awfully ingenious; she has come up with quite a few methods to keep bugs away and plants healthy and thriving.

It turns out that plants, like people, prefer certain company.

You can help keep your vegetables happy and pest-free by planting them near their buddies!

This simple method maximizes certain plants’ natural strengths and minimizes their weaknesses, giving you a beautiful garden and abundant crops!

Some of the combinations make sense, like tomatoes and basil; others might surprise you…”

More Details Here

See Also...


How To Grow A More Productive Veggie Garden...
How To Turn The Food I Grow Into Healthy Hearty Meals...
How To Keep Chickens, Rabbits & Other Livestock...
How To Turn Herbs Into Natural Health & Wellness...
How To Become More Self Sufficient In General...

Recommended Reading...


Gardening: No Need For Chemical Fertlizers. Plants Grown In This Organic Medium Grow 3 Times Faster Than In Soil Alone. Read More Here...
Off Grid & Solar: MIT Device Cuts Power Bills By 65%. A New Discovery From MIT Is Taking The Energy World By Storm. Watch The Video Here To See How It Works. Read More Here...
Gardening: Growing Vegies In Straw? Ditch The Dirt! Here Are 7 Smart Reasons To Grow Your Vegies In A Straw Bale Garden. Read More Here...
Skills & Crafts: These Are The Self Sufficiency Skills Our Great Grandparents Used Around The House That You Can Do Too, To Be More Independent & Make Life Easier. Read More Here...
Plants & Remedies: A Comprehensive List Of Common Backyard Weeds That Can Help You Replace The Drugs In Your Medicine Cabinet & How To Use Them. Read More Here...

Gardening & Self Sufficiency Lifestyle Tips!

Join over 220,000 people that get our organic gardening & self sufficiency lifestyle tips via email. Simply enter your name and best email address below and click the "Get Instant Access" Button now...

Leave a Comment:

(1) comment

Diana Berreman Davies

Good timing, Ecosnippets , Just planning a community garden!

Reply
Add Your Reply

Leave a Comment: