Companion Planting for Beginners

Companion planting is defined as a method of closely planting two different plants to enhance each other’s growth or protection from pests.

0:33 When should you think about companion planting?
0:38 Does Companion Planting Work to Deter Pests?
1:39 Will companion planting improve the flavor of food grown next to each other?
3:38 Does companion planting attack beneficial insects such as pollinators?
4:22 Polyculture as a method of companion planting to increase harvests

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[1] Nematode impacts

[2] Floral scent emission and pollinator attraction in two species of Gymnadenia(Orchidaceae)

[3] Effect of intercropping white cabbage with French Marigold (Tagetes patula nana L.) and Pot Marigold (Calendula officinalis L.) on the colonization of plants by pest insects

[4] Nematodes

[5] Polyculture
[6] Companion planting – do aromatic plants disrupt host-plant finding by the cabbage root fly and the onion fly more effectively than non-aromatic plants?;jsessionid=7C435781AB8CA302E5C7D628830DD1D0.f02t03?userIsAuthenticated=false&deniedAccessCustomisedMessage=
[7] Secondary plants used in biological control: A review
[8] Changes in USDA Food Composition Data for 43 Garden Crops, 1950 to 1999:
[9] University of California Davis paper:

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