pepper4
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compatable planting

I have read certain plants are'nt best to plant next to each other. For instance peppers by tomatos. Onions are in next to radishes. I plan on planting bush beans next to radishes, then peppers, cukes and last tomatoes. Does that line up sound ok or does anyone have another suggestions :?:
Bambi

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A handy list...

[url]https://www.humeseeds.com/comp1.htm[/url]

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Scott Reil

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please. give a referrence!

I am presently growing radishes next to (very close) shallots AND garlic (albeit not onions); I have grown my tomatoes and peppers within 6' of each other every year for many years. I alternate stuff throughout the garden year after year, growing peppers where tomatoes were and vice versa. I have a small garden, 10 X 20' and no place else to grow it. I re-apply major compost each year. I would be interested in reading your source on this info since my stuff seems to be doing OK. Willing to learn! :roll:
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pepper4
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The Helpful Gardener wrote:A handy list...

[url]https://www.humeseeds.com/comp1.htm[/url]

HG
Thanks for the site. Didn't see mention of peppers though. I am thinking next to the radishes but don't know yet :?
Bambi

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