What should not be planted with tomatoes?

Companion planting tomatoes with a range of different vegetables can have a number of benefits. NASTURTIUMS are often used as a sacrificial plant so aphids and and black fly attack them but stay away from your precious vegetables, says Emma O Neill of Garden Organic. The real key to gardening success is understanding soil types.

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