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Garden Aide - Companion Plant Guide

Useful information for gardeners applying Organic, Biodynamic, and Permaculture principles like Companion Gardening, Natural Biological Controls, Dynamic Accumulators, and Crop Rotation for growing vegetables, flowers, herbs, and fruit

Useful information for gardeners applying Organic, Biodynamic, and Permaculture principles like Companion Gardening, Natural Biological Controls, Dynamic Accumulators, and Crop Rotation for growing vegetables, flowers, herbs, and fruit

Garden Aide - Companion Plant Guide

by Herman Veluwenkamp
Garden Aide - Companion Plant Guide
Garden Aide - Companion Plant Guide
Garden Aide - Companion Plant Guide

What is it about?

Useful information for gardeners applying Organic, Biodynamic, and Permaculture principles like Companion Gardening, Natural Biological Controls, Dynamic Accumulators, and Crop Rotation for growing vegetables, flowers, herbs, and fruit.

Garden Aide - Companion Plant Guide

App Details

Version
2.0
Rating
NA
Size
17Mb
Genre
Lifestyle Reference
Last updated
May 29, 2017
Release date
December 20, 2016
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App Store Description

Useful information for gardeners applying Organic, Biodynamic, and Permaculture principles like Companion Gardening, Natural Biological Controls, Dynamic Accumulators, and Crop Rotation for growing vegetables, flowers, herbs, and fruit.

Companion plants assist other plants in many ways. They may attract insects away from plants thus relieving the plant of that stress. They may attract predator insects which affords the same result. Companion plants may provide physical assistance in the form of shade or support for growing parts. They may also assist in making certain minerals available in the soil that help that plant. Certain plants may also assist in improving the flavour of others.

As part of companion planting, knowing which plants attract or repel which particular pest is useful to know. This forms a way of biologically controlling insects that may be affecting your plants.

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