Carrots Love Tomatoes: Secrets of Companion Planting for Successful Gardening
Employs a dictionary format to furnish information on the characteristics and uses of plants that promote the growth of other varieties, offering descriptions of helpful weeds and insect-repellent plants.
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Negative or inhibiting influences of plants on one another, is called allelopathy.
The technical names of substances causing interactions between species are:
Pheromones. These are the chemical messengers used for communication ...
Oat 117 gots as well as repelling slugs, cutworms and grubs of June bugs, but
some gardeners believe the leaves have an inhibiting effect on certain
vegetables, thus should be fully composted before being spread on the garden.
In Germany ...
Sunflowers are now believed to produce leaf substances which inhibit other
species. E. L. Rice at the University of Oklahoma attributes this to a defense
mechanism of the plant. Needing little nitrogen itself, the sunflower produces a
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