The Rosselkhoznadzor told which pairs of plants do not get along side by side

18 November 2021, Thursday

Which pairs of plants are better not to plant next to each other, and which ones get along perfectly, was told by Lyubov Zanina, deputy head of the branch of the Federal State Budgetary Institution "Rosselkhoznadzor" in the Republic of Tatarstan.

There are pairs of plants that do not get along side by side. For example, it is better not to place fruit and berry trees side by side, since cherries will not get along with apple, pear, apricot, and plum.

Many vegetable crops do not tolerate the neighborhood: zucchini should be planted separately from tomatoes, cabbage - from beans, carrots - separately from beets. Legumes do not grow well next to celery, garlic and onions.

In addition, there are plant species that do not allow a single representative of the flora to grow around them. Such individuals include lilac, acacia, chestnut, viburnum, barberry. Representatives of these crops should be planted away from the rest of the garden and vegetable garden.

Now let’s consider positive effect of plants on each other. A well-known pest of the garden is a mole. In the fight against moles, people make various decisions, and meanwhile, you can scare off a mole by planting garlic, basil or marigolds around the perimeter of the site, and the annoying animal will try to bypass the territory.

Lupin saturates the soil with nitrogen, oxygen, loosens it, and also attracts bees for pollination.

Hosta, tulips and dahlias will help protect chamomile, wormwood and thyme from snails.

Knowledge of the rules of planting plants will help to correctly arrange flowers, as well as vegetables and other crops on the site in order to get a good harvest.

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