Growing vegetables can be done in so many ways. The most common methods are container gardening, aquaponics, hydroponics, and of course in-ground gardening—which is the old-fashion way of planting directly in the soil.
They are all safe to use and will allow you grow the best organic vegetables at home. But whatever gardening method you decide to use, there is one general rule that every grower should keep in mind—and that is companion planting. The basic idea of this concept is knowing and learning which plants grow well with another plant. Garden plants need a specific companion to help them grow stronger, deter pests, as well as increase crop yields.
Companion planting is also a natural way to improve soil health, that’s why it’s very popular among organic gardeners. So if you haven’t tried it yet, be sure to start now so you can take advantage of its remarkable benefits! Here are some good resources you can use:
- Basic Companion Planting Guide
- 23 Common Vegetables and Their Best Companion Plants
- The Ultimate Companion Planting Guide
- 10 Best Plants for Repelling Bugs in the Garden
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Video Source: Bright Agrotech Youtube Channel